Chrosziel has created a solution for starting and stopping a professional camcorder remotely using handles or a wireless lens control system.
The interface cable contains a small board carrying the logic for the LANC protocol. The Local Application Control Bus System was introduced by Sony in the 90‘s as a bi-directional control system for video cameras, and nowadays is used widely for camcorders like Canon‘s EOS C 100 / 300 / 550, the Blackmagicdesign Cinema cameras, and many professional Sony camcorders.
Chrosziel‘s solution is universally applicable for all cameras equipped with a standard 2.5mm jack. As of now, the interface cable is available in three product versions:
Also available upon request are versions of the interface cable for older Chrosziel wireless lens control systems such as Genio, MagFOX and the precursor model to ALADIN MK II.
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