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Location: United Kingdom
Condition: Used
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Date Expires: 07/09/2017
Item ID: 184302



Hi, thanks for looking. This is a VARIZOOM PRO-C REMOTE ZOOM FOR CANON lenses, all in working order, used but in great condition for this type of camera gear. Purchased new and only used by me. Email for more pictures.

The VZPROC Canon Zoom Control provides remote zoom control for most Canon professional video lenses and it will clamp to any tripod handle, jib, or support bar. The Pro-C features a dual-variable system for versatile, precise control of zoom speed. Set the maximum desired speed on the dial (located in a 'trigger' position), then use the pressure-sensitive rocker to vary the speed from a crawl all the way up to the preset max. Alternatively, depress the rocker fully and roll the dial with your index finger to ramp the speed up. VariZoom is the world's largest manufacturer of lens controls with the widest variety of controls offered anywhere. Our controls are used by CNN, CSPAN, National Geographic, and many others.

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