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Introducing the NOAH Grip in honor of my nephew, a little league
pitcher with a wicked arm. We have modified a standard baseball by
adding injection molded inserts, Stainless Steel switch, Hirose 4 pin I/O,
M6 thumb screw and Arri style Stainless Steel rosette. This turns the
baseball into a fully functioning camera grip. Package includes Run /
Stop remote cable.
Introducing the new ergocine grip V2 and sphere V3 more surface area, for
a better feel plus custom sizes pick Medium, Large or Extra-Large just
let me know your glove size. These are not on the site yet but email me
at email@example.com for a quote. What you see here are a large grip
and sphere which are going out to be used with a new Varicam LT package,
cable is basically the same as the F55 cable. - Pricing is the same as
the older version.
This is the Beta version of the SMART SPHERE (working title), I have
finished the shell and I am going to send it back to Jon Pandone to
finishing the wiring, and then we should be ready to go ahead with field
testing. What you see is a ball the size of a baseball with 5
triggers, 3 LED's and 2.5mm LANC plug, on the far side (not pictured) is
a Hirose wired as a USB type A. Inside we have a brake out board for
the triggers and LANC and a Arduino Pro Mini board. We have programmed
the LANC commands for Blackmagic Cameras, but with the Hirose USB you
will be able to load all LANC commands for any LANC camera. What we
have now is Start/Stop under the thumb, autofocus to the right, then
down the front, + value, - value and lastly under the ring finger,
change mode. The mode trigger with toggle between, focus (blue),
aperture (yellow), and zoom uses all three LED's. Slow zoom (green),
medium zoom (green & yellow) and fast zoom (all three), and with the
ability to program the SMART SPHERE any trigger can be assigned any
Lastly inspired by
the stitches on a real baseball I notched the wood in front of the
triggers so you can get a really good grip.
Jon Pandone and I have been working on a new project which will allow for complete control over any given camera's remote accessible options. We are starting with a five trigger configuration right hand triggers 1 = Start/Stop 2 = MODE switch between options controlled left hand (exposure, focus (softs stops) and zoom (S, M, & F) & 3 = F4 Menu (digital loop) / auto focus. Left hand will increase / decrease values within a selected mode, it is very likely that we will replace the triggers with a rheostat.
Handles are connected to a small breakout box (powered by arduino) that interfaces with your cameras lanc port. Blackmagic, Canon, Sony, and other LANC-compatible cameras are currently supported, with plans to add wi-fi support for RED and ARRI cameras in development.
In addition to controlling electronic lenses via camera, the controls can also be used with stepper or servo motors to drive mechanical lenses. All software is open-source, so the end user can modify commands/ functionality to suit their needs. Ergocine grips are built to last a lifetime, and user-upgradeable firmware ensures that they will remain compatible with future generations of your favorite camera.
I am included a LED mode module for Joe, to indicate the functions of the triggers on the left hand side.
I am also showing prototype 15mm rods with a channel the size of a XLR cable.
The HHFF is an Erector Set for adults. It can be endlessly configured to meet your direct drive needs. The systems uses standard 15mm traded rods and standard D-Rod. You can get the D-Rod from Servocity plus a lot of other cool stuff. The mounting plate will attach to either side of the gear box allow you to orient the drive shaft in any direction. We offer two different size swing-away arms and many different size drive wheels, with which you can gear up or down.
Special thanks to my brother Hayden and his band Skirts for the music.