SmallRig Lightweight Matte Box (95mm, Clamp-on) VB2660

SKU:
VB2660
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Weight:
0.50 KGS
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SmallRig Lightweight Matte Box(95mm, Clamp-on)VB2660

SmallRig Lightweight Matte Box(95mm, Clamp-on)VB2660 is a lightweight and compact mattebox for up to 95mm diameter lenses which can hold two 4×5.65″ or 4×4”filters or a combination of both that are loaded from the front and held by a spring loaded latch. It is designed to fit 95mm lenses, and can work with smaller lenses using the adapter rings, which are available in the following diameters: 62mm, 67mm, 72mm, 77mm, 82mm. The top plate features 3 x 1/4”-20 threaded holes on each side and a cold shoe in the middle for camera accessories. Optional carbon fiber Top Flag VA2661 is great for protecting the lens from sun and flares which allows you to fold it down flat to cover the matte box. Besides, you can also choose optional Rod Clamp DSC2663 for 15mm LWS rod mounting system.

Designer: Victor Tang

Compatibility:
95mm Lens
Optional Adapter Rings: 62mm, 67mm, 72mm, 77mm, 82mm.

Package Includes:
1 x Matte Box

Product Dimensions: 228 x 68 x 154mm
Product Weight: 500g
Material(s): Polymer, Aluminum Alloy, Stainless Steel

Reviews

  • 5
    Suggestion

    Posted by wayne dupuis on 12th Mar 2020

    Make this as light as possible. Add legs on the bottom that include rail mount on the bottom and a sliding joint in the middle to allow you to move it up or down to accommodate different sized lens. Include a lens "sock" with the unit... Include at least on drawer from the top for a 4x4 glass.

  • 5
    Suggestion

    Posted by Shane Betts on 6th Mar 2020

    I'love this to have a couple of threads at the bottom to allow the attachment of a (specially designed?) rod clamp, for those who'd like to mount it to rails, for lenses where the front rotates on focus. I'm assuming it has at least one filter drawer? All that aside, I love it and can't wait for it to ship.

  • 5
    Suggestion

    Posted by Tyler Dorety on 20th Feb 2020

    Like another has stated side flags would make this perfect!

  • 5
    Flags

    Posted by Danny Ray on 2nd Feb 2020

    Make it as light and small sized as possible.
    Don't forget the sideflags!
    The rest looks and sounds very good.

  • 5
    Recommendation

    Posted by Ross on 27th Jan 2020

    I agree with another user that if this matte box had side flags, it would be a lot nicer to use. Another suggestion I have is to make one of the filter trays rotatable for using 4X4 polarizing filters.

  • 5
    Matte box

    Posted by Erik Hassel on 27th Jan 2020

    This design is optimal for my rig. I need the matte box to be as lightweight and small as possible. I would suggest making a second version with nato and flags on the side and leave this one as it is.

  • 4
    Can’t wait to get my hands on it!

    Posted by J. Schneider on 22nd Jan 2020

    I like the design! Hope it‘s gonna be pretty durable with many parts build out of metal. I‘d also like some inlays for different aspect ratios.
    And please drop the big SmallRig Logo on the top. ;)

  • 5
    Attention to Donuts

    Posted by Mark Boucher on 14th Jan 2020

    The threaded step up donuts that the matte box clamps onto.... please please please make the end of the donut threaded so you have the flexibility to attach screw on filters inside the matte box if wanted.

  • 4
    Filters need to be adjustable

    Posted by Adam on 13th Jan 2020

    Being able to hold two filters is amazing. But just like every budget friendly option matte box out there, we lack the ability to add gradient ND filters. This is a huge issue with most of these options. Being able to use a gradient ND filter that you an move up and down to align the horizon would be amazing. Even better is if you can also rotate it. Even if it is just one filter that can do this.