Update on new Products Updated!

I would like to give you guys an update on some of the products we will be releasing very soon, They are being prepared for Anodizing! This is a process where the finish of the aluminum actually gets changed at the molecular level to protect and color the parts, it is what every pro Level piece of gear should be finished in. This is a First for us as we have been using traditional methods of fishing our products to save on time and cost. Even though we are still very much concerned with value when designing products we like to push the envelop and move up in quality of fabrication, All of our new products will be custom fabricated using aluminum, milled with CNC machines and finished in hard finish anodizing.

First I like to show the first pictures of the DSLR Accessory cage, Its really small and it wraps around the body of your 5DMK2 or 7D without adding too much size or weight to the rig but it will allow to mount several accessories at the same time like a Zoon HD4, an external monitor, or a microphone. In the front it has the ability to mount the super affordable D|Focus without the need rods. In its simplest form its able to be used as a handheld rig and also to be mounted to a tripod. If you need to use a mattebox, like the one pictured by Genus, you will be able to easily and affordably get a rod attachment and a pair of 6" rods just for the mattebox. Or you can get longer rods and configure the rig with handles and a shoulder pad for a shoulder rig. On the Top of the cage, you'll also be able to attach rod clamps to run a set of rods in both back to front or side to side configuration. Along with and to support the cage we will be offering our own line of very affordable 15mm rods in 6",12" and 24" Also our own handles and rod clamps, raiser blocks and many other cool stuff. We believe this system will be vastly configurable and will be be very popular.

Next, the return of the JAG35SP v2, this is in a whole different category than the v1. The case is now custom milled out of aluminum and again will be anodized black. The battery performance in this adapter is increased from the previous version and noise and optical performance is also worlds appart. Along with the adapter we will be offering affordable mounting solutions, for the very popular among our clients hv40 camera there will be a very simple and very affordable plate for support with out rails. There will also be a universal rods set for all other cameras including a cage to mount your camera upside down for a complete solution. Will be available in canon EF and FD mounts and Nikon and pentax M42 using adapter rings. If you'd like to be kept up to date on the SPs release please submit your email here.

Also in the very early stages of discussion are talks of making our very own affordable matte box, we are really exited as we think we have found a way to get this from concept to finish product in a couple of months. I'd like to thank Genus for creating such an awesome matte box, Currently i think its the best one out there, Some might think its a little pricey but for the features, craftsmanship, and performance we think this is priced correctly, and until we have our own you will see us using it and recommending it. Here is the Latest FreshDV review

UPDATE: Here is the first prototype we came up with, still needs a lot of work but here is what we will aim for, will be out of carbon fiber to keep super light weight, Will be able to use it as a shade, just screwed on the front of the lens or supported with 15mm rails. Will support french flag and side flags, one fixed stage for 4x4 filter and upgradeable to 2 stages 1 rotating and 1 fixed. Lots of work ahead of us.

LCDVFs will Ship Today!

The most asked question by far this week, has been, when are we going to ship the LCDVFs. Well, as many of you already know, our first shipment hadn't arrived, so we really didn't know when we would be shipping them. We had an idea of when they would arrive, however, it was only a approximation, so we couldn't really say for sure.

We were a bit overwhelmed with the response we got for the LCDVF when the manufacturer officially announced that Jag35.com would be the official North American distributer, and because of this response and a guarantee from the manufacturer to ship them by a certain date, we decided to post them on the site and start selling them. We were surprised to have sold out our first batch within a little bit over a week.

So here we are now two weeks later, all sold out and still hadn't received our first shipment, and we were getting bombarded by both anxious clients waiting to receive their ordered LCDVFs and by clients who still want to purchase one, but the website shows them as sold out. We're happy to announce to all those who already bought one, we received our first shipment today, early enough to package them and get them out with today's mail. You should be receiving a Tracking Number hopefully sometime before the end of today, if not, please be patient with us and you'll have it by morning.

To all those of you who have asked and still haven't had the opportunity to place your order, you'll be happy to know, we have submitted our second order, and should be receiving it hopefully before two weeks from today. We will not have them available on the website, 'till the second shipment has arrived from the manufacturer. If you would like to be notified the second they go on sale on the site again, please submit your email thru our contact form, and you will be notified right away, as soon as they go on sale. What this means is, that when you place your order, we will ship it the same day if you order early enough in the day or next day if you order in the evening.

Here's a link to our contact form where you can place your name and email to our waiting list. CLICK HERE

The LCDVF order page is HERE

Can you Spot the Jag35 Footage!?

One of our clients sent us this link to a video where they used certain shots from a Jag35 adapter. I thought it was cool they used them. Can you spot which shots where shot with an adapter? it's pretty obvious, ha!

Here's the original video where they took the clips from.