Harry Henry: Fotga stuff is ok until you need to replace or buy a part. So don't break or loose a part such as a camera plate because you have to buy the whole unit to get you part.
white blanco: Is it good for Sony A7s II ? Thanks
Kaizen2013v: Hi, does the it take Manfrotto 501 plates?
7:48A: What is the tripod head you have connected to the rail system ?
Alex He: Great Review. what if I need to attach a microphone and a zoom h4n to my 5D mark II, any recommendations for a cage or anything? thanks
Alex S: Hi please the name of the tripod camera ? thx
Raboleg: Hi. Do I need to buy quick release plate for tripod connecting?
Cheap Filmmaker: How does it connect to the tripod?
Hoan Lee: thankyou very much! i've been looking for a set like this for my GH4 and Lumix X lenses. u said u bought those whole set only seventy something, and showed the Page on Amazon 139... But the link below your description from Amzn is 239.99 . (I know u posted in 2013, is it supposed to be cheaper now in 2015 right? ) Would u please post or send me a link where did u buy this rack + follow focus set from Fotga? thanks again. Btw, I'm using Panasonic GH4 with Lumix X G series 12-35mm & 35 - 100mm. hope the diameter of this follow focus set is fit with my. - LIKE
joshua3113: I keep going back and forth with setups I want but the cheaper stuff just doesn't look half as good as if you spend just $100 more. So I keep coming back to these setups. Think I may as well stay there and just do something like this. Think I'll be happier then if I save 80 bucks but get total crap. Lol
Gebel Baucham: can you attach a follow focus to a tripod without a rail system?
Photo314159: Good vid, thanks. I'm waiting for mine. I got the non-quick release because I want to add an Arca Swiss clamp so it will work with my L- camera plates. Hopefully it will all line up right. I can't find anyone who's done it.
Dammy Jay: please what is the name of the quick release plate you used as replacement ?
Riccardo Pascucci: Hi, thanks for your explain: is it possible to mount a 70-200 lens or it is too much long? maybe i can buy a pair of rods much more than 15 mm after? thank you
Mario Kluser: Nice! I wonder if the whole combination also works with a battery grip attached to the camera.
Amp “acehan80” Ent: can you send me the link to the quick release plate?
Craig Snedeker: Is the rig plastic or metal? It looks almost exactly like the Neewer products (not the follow focus), using the same knobs (that say DP500) but for a much smaller price.
SittingNow: You might want to try out zip-tie lens gears from half-inch rails. They make your life a lot easier if you're using a follow focus a lot.
pruskis13: Could you do a little video about follow focus play? Would be wonderful to have a close up of a static camera.
Fotga DP500-2 Follow Focus & Rails Reviewed - DSLRnerd.com5
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