Vocas Showcase Flexible Camera Rig, Director’s Monitor Cage and LPL Adapters at IBC

Vocas introduced a Sony E-mount to LPL adapter to mount the new LPL lenses into the E-mount of Sony cameras with or without a 15mm support. A 15mm support for LPL adapters for top rails is also available.

The Arri LPL to PL adapter makes it possible to mount PL lenses to the new Arri LPL camera lens mounts. A LPL close focus adapter 20 mm will also be added to the lens.

Vocas also introduced Camera Rig FCR-15 which will function with all kind of cameras ranging from a Canon EOS 5D, Panasonic AG-UX180 to the  Sony PXW-FS5.

The shoulder rig is designed in a way that cameras can be operated on top of the shoulder and in an offset position. This offers shooting options for using both the camera’s external viewfinders and LCD screens. The rig has a 15mm height adjustable rails support which enables compatibility with almost any camera.

The ARCA sliding system offers quickly adjustable balancing options. The optional top handle enables the mounting of any third-party viewfinder or LCD screen via the Vocas NATO rail solutions. To the back of the rig, a counterweight or battery can be mounted.

All kits are made with maximum stability in mind for the best steady shot operators have ever made without a complex stabilizing system.

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