Chrosziel’s new FR7 zoom motor unit CDM-SFR fits seamlessly into the operating functions of the Sony PTZ ILME-FR7 camera.
The new Chrosziel FR7 Zoom Servo Drive is a compact and universal zoom motor that can be pivoted to almost any lens by simply mounting it on the 15mm rods of the Sony PTZ head. The servo drive is controlled via the Option port of the Sony ILME-FR7. The motor control can be addressed via Sony's camera-specific protocol and, therefore, can be used seamlessly with the whole ecosystem of the Sony FR7.
Due to the included Chrosziel Flexi toothed ring (#206-30), the CDM-SFR can be used with almost any zoom lens, even without standard cine gearing. This opens up a completely new range of lenses to cover the creative's needs, from wide-angle lenses to long-zoom operations.
Universal zoom motor: The CDM-SFR is a compact and universal zoom motor that can be pivoted to almost any lens by simply mounting it on the 15mm rod.
Controlled via Sony ILME-FR7: The Sony ILME-FR7 base unit controls directly the servo drive unit. Whatever remote panel or web access you use to control the Sony ILME-FR7, the zoom motor will receive its signal directly from the base unit of the FR7.
The CDM-SFR inherits all cables, clamps, distribution box and plugs to use it right out of the box with the Sony ILME-FR7. No extra power supply needed.
Availability is immediate, and pricing is €1600.