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    VIDEO: O'Connor interview
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    Eric Johnston of O'Connor discusses their current accessory lineup with Landmine.

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    That baseplate looks fantastic and smaller/lighter than the Zacuto we're using...
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    I think I am going to stop calling it all the DSLR Revolution and I am going to start calling it the Accessory Revolution, because one of the legacies of the DSLR seems to be that absolutely every manufacturer on earth is now getting into the accessory business. Ok, so they have always done amazing tripods, but these additions really do represent an expanding marketing base and continue their tradition of strong, well engineered products.

    However, what kind of anti-twist provision does this baseplate provide for DSLR's? (Often B cams on many productions now). This is of special concern when used with a follow focus, which put's horizontal tork on a camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yoclay View Post
    However, what kind of anti-twist provision does this baseplate provide for DSLR's? (Often B cams on many productions now). This is of special concern when used with a follow focus, which put's horizontal tork on a camera.
    It's integrated. By dropping the top plate a touch, the uprights will protrude and make a good anti-twist rest to snug up against, either fore or aft as desired.


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    you are right, it should be called accessory revolution as every manufacturer is expanding their business on every possible territory.


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    surprized thanks
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    responses very good! )


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    I just received my O-Box with handgrips yesterday and my first impression is OMG! O-Box an amazing solid piece of gear. I've used RedRock Micro Matte Box for such a long time and i was so tired of it hugeness, uncomfortable use and build quality, so i decided to move on (it didn't work for me and my job, but its does not mean it's a bad matte box). O-box is small, light weight, STRONG, functional and future proof. Works perfectly with a big lenses such as Red Pro and CP.2 and smaller ones such as ZF.2. O-Grips i think should be the hollywood handgrips standard. Build amazingly well, really really strong and adjustable. Both of them handle heavy weights. I'm going to write more in depth review for my website soon.


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