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- Lanparte DC-4PXLR
- 4-pin Female XLR DC Power Adapter Cable
- 60cm long
- Enables powering a wide variety of 12 VDC devices
- For use with Lanparte Battery Pinch
- Weight: 90 g
£7.76 Ex VAT £9.32 Inc VAT
These shutter release cables allow Rhino Motion to control your cameras shutter speed using its built in intervalometer. Simply connect the cable to your camera and Rhino Motion and set your shutter duration within the Advanced Time Lapse menu. After you start your move, Rhino Motion will start triggering your camera to take pictures and will stop the motion when it's exposing.
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- MK3.1 Power Cable
- Compatible with the Steadicam Zephyr
- 60cm in length
- Power the RTMotion from the Steadicam Zephyr
- Hirose to LM
- Also compatible with rigs with pin layout: 1- GND 2- 12V 3- 24V
£15.54 Ex VAT £18.65 Inc VAT
- A tiny accessory to sort a lot of mess.
- smart space saving design.
- Each unit can hold two cables at any given time.
- Compatible with a variety of Power cables, HDMI, SDI, etc.
- Fits 15mm rod systems
- black anodised aluminium alloy
Video cables have been prevalent in filmmaking for a long period of time. They are reliable, cheap, and easy to handle. The basic purpose of a video cable is to transmit a video from one device to the other. It has to connectors, one connector is attached to the device where the video is being taken from, for example a camera, and the other connector is connected on the device that will be used to display the video.
There are different kinds of cables available on the market, the long HDMI cable and the micro HDMI cable are among the most commonly bought cables among most filmmakers.
There are also different manufacturers that produce these cables, but the one that is extremely popular among customers is Canon. The canon port protector and the Canon camera control cable are the most common purchases among customers as far as video cables are concerned.
In the old days there were several video cables that came along with cameras and it was extremely difficult to figure out where these cables have to be connected. But now there are usually one or two cables and installing them is very simple.
Long HDMI Cables
As the name implies, long HDMI cables are extremely long and can be used for transmitting videos from relatively great distances. The length of long HDMI cables usually ranges from thirty to up to hundred feet. They display videos with crystal-clear clarity without compromising on sound quality.
Micro HDMI Cables
These are the opposite of the abovementioned cables and are generally used for transmitting videos to cameras or laptops, as the distance is extremely short. Micro HDMI cables are relatively inexpensive and a worthwhile investment for anyone who is in the filmmaking business.
Canon Port Protector
Video cables are always vulnerable to damage as they are usually exposed. People might unknowingly step on them, they could get disconnected, and numerous other elements can ruin your video cables. This led Canon to come up with a port protector to make sure that the cables are protected at all times and you do not have to constantly connect and disconnect them.
The Canon port protector makes sure that the cables are locked and in place, and there is no signal loss. You would only require a single screw to attach this port protector, which will also allow you easy access to all other ports of the camera.
Camera Control Cable
This cable is a camera owner’s delight as it helps to control the camera from afar with precise accuracy. Some cables are only compatible with specific cameras, while others are universal. You simply have to connect the camera control cable to the interface of your camera to make sure that you are in complete control of your camera’s functions.