DIY Video and Photography Projects

Video Stabilizer + Follow Focus + Wireless HDMI Video
October 24, 2013






It seem like every time I post a video stabilizer review, I often receive the same question – ‘How can you adjust focus?‘. Typically i’ll just answer this question by replying with a text comment, but i’m sure it’s still not very clear. Hopefully this article can help visualize a few ways focus can be […]






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Motorized Electronic Remote Follow Focus
May 31, 2012






If you’re looking to do some remote focus pulling, the wireless systems can be a bit ‘finicky’. A Wired electronic remote follow focus system works with a long cable so the camera operator can move about, and the puller can control focus with a remote video screen. This particular one (above) uses a basic ‘3.5mm […]






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Jag35 Wireless Follow Focus Systems
April 18, 2011






Jehu from Jag35 talks to Olivia and shows off their new Wireless Follow Focus system balanced on a Steadicam Merlin along with a Hacked Asus WiCast to send video to the focus puller. Jag35 has different version motors available depending on how much torque you need for the lenses you’ll be using, giving you more […]






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DIY Wireless Follow Focus + Jag’s WFF
March 26, 2011






If you’re looking to tackle a home made Wireless Follow Focus project, you might want to give VImeo member Phillip James a holla. For the past few months, he’s been working with Arduino to design his own WFF, and seems to have worked out all the bugs. It definitely looks like all the parts are […]






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