- sevensegment display
- provides a clean and bright visualization of the range finder’s values
- can be used in bright daylight as well as in darker environments
- can be connected directly to ARRI’s WCU4 or cmotion’s cPRO LCS interface for super bright distance readouts on the handset
- can also be used with ARRI’s UDM1 (UDM sensor need to be connected to a LCUBE CUB-1 converter)
- 3 buttons for adjustments: brightness, view (distance, focus, iris or zoom visualization) and unit (metric or imperial)
I needed something where I could read my distance in an easy, clear and bright way. The cdistance gave me the possibility to mount this anywhere I want because of it lightweight modular system.
Vincent Aaron Segers 1st AC (Known for: Blackout, Calibro 9, De zonen van Van As, De Twaalf, Johnny Walker and many more)
cmotion cfinder & cdistance
Is the cfinder III eyesafe?
Yes, both, the measuring laser and the adjustment laser are certified as eye safe. However, staring into any visible class 2 laser may cause permanent eye damage.
Is there a divergence of the cfinder III measuring beam?
The infrared laser does have a slight divergence. At a distance of 50 meter the divergence is 141 x 24 mm.
How do I mount the cfinder III?
The cfinder III does offer an ARRI mounting cube with 3/8” UNC-16 bushing. We do recommend standard fastening tools like a Noga arm or ULCS mounting accessories.
Can I use the cdistance with the WCU-4?
Yes, WCU-4 SUP 3.0. does support the cdistance through an LBUS to LCS cable.
How much ampere does the cdistance draw?