This week we check out a really game changing piece of gear for indie filmmakers: The Tilta Nucleus-M Wireless Follow Focus. Armed with this system, you can pull focus wirelessly to capture those in-focus shots that previously may have been difficult to achieve. The Nucleus M also allows for solo operation with the included handles that have controls for focus, iris, and zoom (FIZ). Check out our Tilta Nucleus-M Wireless Follow Focus Unboxing First Look, and let us know what you think. Is this the best wireless follow focus of 2018? Or what do you prefer? Tell us in the comments!
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Definitely make sure to grab some batteries to power your Nucleus-M kit as they are NOT included (The charger is included!). We recommend at least 12 batteries to get started in your cinematic film endeavors!
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The equipment we used to film this video:
-TILTA NUCLEUS-M – https://amzn.to/2JjnwHL
-Litepanel Astra 6x – https://amzn.to/2KUBYCB
-Kino Flo 4′ 4Banks
-Altman Specta 100 Cyc Lights
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Keep on the lookout for our full Tilta Nucleus-M Review with test footage in the coming weeks!
If you have any questions about the video, or how a wireless focus puller works, or even cinematography or filmmaking in general, please send a note in the comments. Thanks for watching our Tilta Nucleus-M Wireless Follow Focus Unboxing video!
Filmed on location at: LitewaveMedia.com in St. Petersburg, FL
Special Thanks to the St. Petersburg Clearwater Film Commission Digital Creator Program
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