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JVC HZ-FM13U Manual Focus Lens Control

JVC HZ-FM13U Manual Focus Lens Control

This controller provides users with precision manual focus control when operating from a tripod and is suitable for use with the older lens models S16X6.7, HZ-714BU, HZ-E512BU, HZ-713U, S16X7BRMU, and HZ-811 - as well as the new XT17SX4.5BRM-K1 and XT20SX4.7BRM-K1 lenses.

Key Features:

  • Precision remote focus control
  • Suitable for use with Fujinon lenses
  • Ideal for the GY-HM750 or GY-HM790
Normally ships in 5 to 10 days.
Two year warranty included!
JVC HZ-FM15U Manual Focus Lens Control

JVC HZ-FM15U Manual Focus Lens Control

The JVC HZ-FM15U is a manual focus control for Canon lenses. This provides users with precision manual focus control when operating from a tripod and can be used with the PH15x7BIRSU, PH15x7BKRS2U, and J15x95BKRS2U/J15x95BIRSU lenses.

Key Features:

  • Precision remote control over manual focus
  • Suitable for JVC compatible Canon lenses
  • Great for use with the GY-HM750 and GY-HM790 camcorders
Normally ships in 5 to 10 days.
Two year warranty included!

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