Arca Swiss Fac Unit for Rm3d Factum
System Fac for Rm3di
The Fac is the framework of the factum, without the helical ramp that carries the objective (called Tum and common to the R13di and Rm3di).
The rocker mechanism allows horizontal and vertical movements of +/- 15mm; The inclination is +/- 5 °
The purchase of the Fac allows the possessors of Rm3di or Rl3D to have a factum, very light room, in addition to their usual apparatus.
£1,289.00 (1,546.80 inc VAT)
Arca-Swiss Format-Set F -classic 8x10"
ARCA-SWISS F -classic 6x9
011000 F -classic 6x9
043130 Telescopic optical bench 30 cm
052000 Support F -classic before
052001 Rear F -classic support
061000 F -classic 6x9 frame, front
061001 Frame F -classic 6x9, rear
080003 Frosted frame 6x9 with fresnel
integrated (direct attachment)
071000 Universal bellow 6x9, 20cm, leather
Weight of the complete apparatus: 2.4 kg
The extraordinary orbix system can be added to any M- or F-Line room. It provides additional pendulum movement in the optical axis and not in the rail axis. It is thus much easier to adjust the sharpness plan after making its indirect shifts. Orbix, too, is completely free of nutation, which is particularly interesting with digital capture devices that have very small sensor surfaces. The other advantage is that you gain in range of motion with short focal lengths.
The classic model by simple friction is very easy to use: simply switch manually until the desired plan. A mechanical graduation is given every 5 ° and it is not necessary to lock this self-locking system, perfectly effective. The micrometric version allows adjustment by separate screws.
Anti-nutation system in all 3 axes ("triaxial yaw free")
It was the ARCA-SWISS M -monolith chamber which introduced anti-nutation in the 3 axes in 1987. Until then, the chambers did not correct this defect imperfectly. Since the recent release of the orbix system, this interesting feature is no longer reserved for high-end models since all ARCA-SWISS rooms without exception can be equipped, even those already in circulation.
Definition of the orbix movement:
the lens (whatever it is) moves in the center of a circle perpendicular to the base of the frame and located above the horizontal tilt axis.
£3,136.00 (3,763.20 inc VAT)