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Redrock Micro Remote-7

Redrock Micro showed off how to rig up its microRemote follow focus for the Movi and other handheld electric gimbals at its NAB 2014 booth. [click to continue…]

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Redrock Micro has announced a new line of rigs for the new breed of cinema cameras, which will carry the branding of Redrock Black. [click to continue…]

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New Redrock Micro Cinema Bundles

Redrock Micro has addes new cinema camera bundles to its line for the Sony FS700/FS100, Sony F3 and Panasonic AF100.  There are models for both studio rigs and shoulder rigs for each camera.

More details are available on Redrock Micro’s website.

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Redrock Micro is now offering Universal Bundles, which allow you to put together multiple HDSLR rigs from a single parts kit.  You can find them at B&H Photo.

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NAB 2011 Report

by on March 17, 2011

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NAB 2011 takes place in Las Vegas from April 9-14 this year.  If you are familiar with the NAB Show, it serves as the cornerstone trade show for the National Association of Broadcasters and, in recent years, has featured new product announcements that are very relevant to the growing HDSLR user base.

Relevant exhibitors for the HDSLR crowd include Adobe, Avid, Camtrol, Canon, Cinevate, Hoodman, IDC Photo Video, iKAN, Jag35, Leica, Litepanels, Manfrotto, Marshall, Red Digital Cinema, Red Giant Software, Redrock Micro, Sennheiser, Singular Software, Sony, Tiffen, Tokina and Zacuto. [click to continue…]

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Switronix and Redrock Micro have teamed up to deliver customized HDSLR rigs that take advantage of Switronix’s battery systems and Redrock Micro’s supports.  The Switronix powered rigs offer up to 6-times the runtime of standard DSLR batteries and can also be used to power on-board electronics like external LCD monitors.  Switronix offers battery connection cables for the Canon 5D MKII, Canon 7D, Canon 60D, Canon T2i, and Panasonic AG-AF100.

Check out some of the configurations below. [click to continue…]

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