Dual-Axis MECHA C2 Controller
Here comes the MECHA C2 controller
, a dedicated dual-axis controller with an OLED display and external battery.
The display can guide you through all the major operations and settings, making C2 much more intuitive than the single-axis C1 controller with LED indicators only.
The use of an external battery means you can carry spare batteries and quickly refuel MECHA before or during a shooting section.
A power cable splitter (optional) is available for using 2 sets of batteries at the same time for extended operation and/or changing batteries without a pause.
Dual-Axis MECHA P1-E2 with C2 controller and NN6 Panoramic Tripod Head
A heavy-duty and affordable dual-axis pan-tilt head solution for full-size DSLRs and lenses. We use some parts from NN6, a MECHA
P1 as lower rotator, a MECHA E2 as upper rotator, together with C2 controller and a battery holder which also acts as a vertical extender. The new MECHA P1 rotator has virtually no backlash and is very quiet compared to a MECHA E2 rotator. The only drawback is the extra weight and bulk.
Use as a single row or multi-row shooting for turntable object VR. Or use as a dual-axis rotator for both horizontal and vertical movements.
The MECHA C2, P1, and E2 being modular in design will be compatible with future MECHA rotators and controllers paving the way for future low-cost upgrades.
This setup supports a camera/lens up to 3.5 kg (7.7 lb) and a turning torque up to 35.7 kg-cm (31 lb-in).
NPP up to 145mm from the pivot point making it ideal for mirrorless, and full-size DSLR cameras. Shoot 360° panoramas and high-resolution gigapixel images.
Max height of lens axis from camera base supported is 90mm. It will support many DSLRs with a battery grip. Bigger cameras can be supported using an extender.
MECHA is compatible with cameras having a wired remote port. Use the Select Shutter Release Cables filter to check compatibility and choose the right cable for your camera.
MECHA can only trigger the camera. It acts like a typical remote shutter release. Auto exposure bracketing is done by the camera and should be treated as 1 trigger.
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1-year factory warranty.
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