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DJI Focus for Ronin & Ronin M

AU $3,196.20 Inc GST

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DJI Focus - Remote Controller for Ronin & Ronin-M

The DJI Focus uses DJI’s expertise in brushless motors for previously unheard of levels of precision and accuracy. The brushless motor puts just ±0.02° of accuracy in your hands so that turning the remote is just like turning the lens itself. It also features high torque and a fast reaction speed so you can keep your subject in focus no matter how it moves.

*The dedicated CAN Bus cable for the Inspire 1 remote controller is not included with the DJI Focus and should be purchased separately.

On the ground, the remote control transmits at distances of up to 100m with just 14ms of lag in open space. Attached to an Inspire carrying either the Zenmuse X5 or Zenmuse X5R, it connects directly to the aircraft remote, giving you seamless camera control across your entire flight range.

While cinema lenses feature built-in hard stops, photography lenses do not. On the Focus you can tune the lens to match the end-points of any lens you want to use. Because it uses a brushless motor, the onboard processor knows exactly which position the motor is in, letting you set up in seconds simply by turning the lens to infinite and marking it, then repeating at the other end.

The already tactile and sturdy focus wheel is customizable so that it feels how you want it to feel. Simply turn a control knob until it reaches a stiffness or looseness that feels right to your hand.

A white marking ring around the focus dial can be swapped out and customized instantly using everything from masking tape to wax pencil for different lenses or projects. A light behind the ring illuminates it from behind ensuring markings are visible even on a dark set.

An OLED display menu on the remote lets you fine-tune how the Focus works for you. You can even set multiple focus points, and the speed the camera racks between them making complex moves simple and repeatable.

Full compatibility with the DJI Zenmuse X5 camera series is built in, giving you absolute control of your camera focus when in the air. Once connected to the Inspire remote*, control of the X5 series is transmitted through Lightbridge providing control up to 5km away.

You need to connect the Focus Remote Controller and the X5 Adapter using the DJI Focus - Osmo Pro/RAW Adaptor Cable.

When used with a DJI Ronin or Ronin-M you can pull focus from all around the set wirelessly, adding new depth to your Ronin footage.

Two ports have been built in, so that as technology develops and improves you can expand your Focus with even more features and capabilities.

Connect other accessories to the Focus or even connect it to other pieces of your equipment. A built-in rosette mount means it can be fitted wherever you need it securely.

Included in the padded, waterproof case are the handheld remote follow focus remote controller, focus motor, neck strap, additional focus marking rings, 60mm, 70mm, 80mm, 90mm lens gear rings, and accompanying cables.

The Focus Remote Controller comes with a full Australian warranty from DJI Australia

Cameras Direct since 2003. Pop into our Gold Coast camera store & warehouse or order online. We look forward to being at your SERVICE Australia wide. We look forward to helping you take a better photo soon. Thank you

Additional Information

Name DJI Focus for Ronin & Ronin M
Manufacturer Part Number DJIFOCUSRONIN
Manufacturer DJI
Special Price $3,196.20
For DJI Ronin
Product Type Remote

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