- 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)
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?