The Sony RM-1BP Remote Commander controller is a small hard-wired controller designed to work with any Sony HDV & DVCAM camcorders that have a LANC port. The RM-1BP Remote Commander unit attaches to the handle of most standard tripods & enables the user to remotely control focus & zoom of the camcorder, as well as offering Start-Stop record & Record/Review control. The RM-1BP Remote Commander unit offers three different zoom speed ranges, for enhanced creativity & precise control.
In conjunction with the Movcam a7S Lanc Adaptor the RM-1BP can also be used with a7S series mirrorless cameras.
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