Atlas Lens Motor
Atlas Lens Motor
Atlas Smart Motor, single motor standalone
Atlas Smart Motors: World's first Smart Motors for focus and lens control
Atlas Smart Motors dont just set the bar higher, they create an entirely new category of lens control. Designed by Redrock in the USA from the ground up, Atlas delivers professional performance, precision, and reliability packed into a single housing, and packs next-level features you wont find anywhere else including Mission Control and MetaTouch. Advancing production one leap at a time.
New generation of power, precision, and reliability
Atlas Smart Motors entirely new design and motor core deliver 300% more torque and 200% more resolution for the power and precision you crave. Whether its forceful torque for the heaviest cine zoom lenses, or a light touch required by still photo lenses, Atlas has what it takes.
Next-Level features that will blow your mind
Dont let the compact size of Atlas Smart Motors fool you. Atlas packs a huge number of features, many never before seen in a lens motor and yet are instantly indispensable. Features such as Mission Control real-time focus data on smallHD monitors, metaTouch lens discovery and configuration just by touching the lens, and the first multi-protocol motor including RF, WiFi, s.bus and NFC.
A marvel of advanced technology and miniaturization
Our in-house designed custom computer boards and components are as small and efficient as possible, and everything is packed into just the motor housing. There is no separate brain or MDR, the Atlas smart motor is all you need. Simpler setups, fewer cables, less weight. And no compromise when it comes to performance and features.
From single channel to full FIZ, Atlas is easy to get into, easy to grow
Keeping with Redrocks relentless focus on value and affordability, Atlas is designed for personal ownership without compromising performance or painless upgrades. For professionals needing professional FIZ system, Atlas has everything you need at an attractive price. Entry level packages keep the total cost low by offering options for DSLR battery power, and a free mobile app for wireless control. Any Atlas motor can be expanded with your choice of Redrock controllers (solo op and remote), adding additional motors for iris and zoom just by daisy-chaining, and integrating into systems like drones and gimbals with an additional cable.
|12VDC to 18VDC||Aircraft Grade Aluminum||L: 96mm x W: 29mm x D: 71mm||238 Grams|
|Eclipse Net Power and Communications|
|Eclipse Net Power and Communications|
|Mini Control Port S.Bus|
|Rod Clamp||Lens Gear||Run/Stop Capable||Clamp Style|
|Yes||2.4Ghz||Yes||OLED||Yes||Click Here to Check||1 Year|
|1||Atlas Smart Motor||2-155-0001|
1. What kinds of lenses can I use with Atlas?
Atlas motors can be used with virtually any cinema or still photographic lens. Still photo lenses need to be geared to use any type of focus system including Atlas. Redrocks Air lens gears are a great choice.
2. Can I use Atlas motors for focus, iris, or zoom?
You can use Atlas motors for any type of lens control, including focus iris and zoom.
3. Can I Daisy chain the motors for FIZ (focus, iris, zoom)?
You can daisy chain them via short Eclipse connector cables. Motors share power and communications via the Eclipse cables. Its incredibly compact and simple to setup.
4. How are Atlas motors powered?
Atlas can be powered from any external battery that provides between 12-18 volts. Typically Atlas motors are powered from a standard p-tap battery source (such as Sony V-mount, Anton Bauer, etc.). Atlas can also be powered from standard DSLR batteries using any Eclipse battery mount including the powerDock.
5. What is the power voltage range for Atlas motors?
The power voltage operating range for Atlas motors is 12-18 volts.
6. How do you configure the Atlas motor?
You can configure your Atlas motor directly on the motor (through an onboard OLED screen and multi-function joystick) or via the Redrock Eclipse app for mobile devices.
7. What if I dont have a mobile device with me?
Once the motor is setup you typically wont need to adjust it during shoots. If you dont have access to your mobile device or its not available, you can configure the Atlas directly on the Atlas built-in screen and joystick.
8. Can I turn off the lens light or dim it?
Yes. The integrated lens light can be dimmed or turned off completely.
9. Can I auto or manually calibrate lenses?
You can do either. Atlas supports one-button auto calibration (for cinema lenses and still lenses with hard stops) and manual calibration (for still photo lenses with floating focus rings).
10. Can I use it with Freefly MoVI Pros lens controller?
Yes, Atlas is planned to have an optional motor direct cable that enables Atlas motors to work with third party lens controllers including MoVI Pro.
11. Can I upgrade my microRemote system with an Atlas motor?
Yes. You can use the microRemote wireless hand unit with Atlas motor without any additional equipment (just ensure they are on the same channel). The microRemote fingerwheel can be used with an optional adapter cable.
12. Can I use my existing microRemote fingerwheel or wireless hand unit with Atlas?
Yes. You will need the optional adapter cable from the microRemote fingerwheel to Atlas motor.
13. I hear Atlas has unique capabilities for drones, can you tell me more?
Atlas Smart Motors include native support for s.bus the drone protocol. You can use the mini Control port to plug the Atlas directly into your drone and map Atlas controls to your RC controller.
14. How do Atlas motors compare to the other lens control motors you offer, such as SLS and Torque?
Atlas motors are Redrocks flagship motors, they have a built-in brain (MDR) within the powerful motor, and offer advanced features like wifi, mobile app configuration, and lens tag reading. SLS are equally powerful motors designed to be the smallest and lightest weight motors available. Torque motors have long been our standard workhorse lens control motors, work for most lenses, and are a great value.
15. Why does the Atlas motor have two ports on them?
You can use them to daisy chain multiple motors together for FIZ (focus, iris, zoom) while minimizing cable and weight. The ports are also rotating to simplify cabling setups
16. What is the Mini Control port on the Atlas motor? What can I use it for?
This unique multi-function port that can be used to control Atlas from your drones RC controller, or to control camera functions.