FocusMaker attaches to the focus ring of any DSLR lens
FocusMaker primarily consists of a sight, which attaches to a non-moving part of your DSLR lean, and a ruler which straps around the focus ring of your lens
The company behind the FocusMaker, says it tried to keep the device compact and lightweight so that it could be carried around in a kit bag
Looking through the sight, FocusMaker users move the handle to smoothly change the focus between predetermined points
FocusMaker is said to make transitioning between shallow depth of field shots - and accurately hitting them - a lot easier
Users clip multiple markers onto the FocusMaker ruler at the points they'll want to focus
If you've ever tried changing focus between subjects while shooting a video with your DSLR, you'll know that auto-focus will often leave you with a stuttering and noisy clip, while using your hand on the lens in manual focus can be tricky. Follow focus systems try to make this easier and better by adding a handle to change focus smoothly, and marker points to move between. The newly-launched FocusMaker is the latest example, which promises the fastest and most accurate focusing of any affordable rack focus system.
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