Dual Axis Mecha C2-E1 With NN3 MK2
- SKU: F9920
- Weight: 1310g
- UPC Code: 641378090325
Low cost dual axis
pan tilt head solution Support camera/lens
up to 2.0 kg (4.4 lb) Support turning torque
up to 16 kg-cm (13.9 lb-in) Ideal for mirrorless
and small DSLRs Shoot 360° panoramas
and gigapixel images
Essential Not in the Box: Shutter Release Cable, Batteries and Charger.
For owners of one MECHA E1 (F9900) only.
For owners of two MECHA E1 (F9900) only.
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 external battery means you can carry spare batteries and quickly refuel MECHA before or during a shooting session.
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.
Finally a compact and very affordable dual axis pan tilt head solution. We use parts from NN3 MK2, RS2 lower rail, together with 2 MECHA E1 rotators, a C2 controller and a dual battery holder.
Use as a single axis horizontal rotator for single row shooting of turntable object VR. Or use as a dual axis rotator for both horizontal and vertical movements. The MECHA C2 and E1 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 2 kg (4.4 lb) and a turning torque of 16 kg-cm (13.9 lb-in). NPP adjustment is up to 105mm from the pivot point. It is ideal for mirror-less, compact and lighter DSLR cameras. Shoot 360° panoramas or even high-resolution gigapixel images.
Essential Items NOT Included:
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.
14-day money-back guarantee.
1-year factory warranty.
For product suggestions/concerns and support please visit our forum.
Asked by Andy Mikus on
You need a Bluetooth Smartphone Camera Trigger for MECHA.
Answered by Staff on