The Remote Air Pro 3 controller now includes a 75mm focus wheel as well as zoom and iris rockers built into the same controller. The PD4-S1-STUDIO system is a single-channel system and can be upgraded to a two or three-channel system by adding additional PD-MX motors. The included controller (PD4-HT) has the ability to control three motors simultaneously with a single camera setup and up to six motors with a dual-camera 3D setup (additional motors available separately).
Unlimited Mounting Options
The Remote Air Pro 3 allows for unlimited mounting options by utilizing a detachable 19mm rod. Once the 19mm rod is inserted, the controller can be mounted to the standard Remote Air Pro 3 rubber handle. The controller also features four 1/4 screw threads so it can be easily attached to an articulating arm or clamp system. The included clamp allows you to mount the controller directly to you tripod handle and provides you with easy access to your lens’ focus settings.
Quick Battery Replacement
The controller uses a replaceable 600mAh battery, supports hot plug, and features a battery-life of 12 hours.
Click, Press All-In-One Button
The Remote Air Pro 3 includes an all-in-one multifunction button. By clicking or pressing different times, you can quickly set the signal channel, control channel, motor speed and remote recording.
Note: Remote recording supports RED DSMC2, ARRI Alexa Mini/Mini LF, Lanc 2.5mm protocol.
The Remote Air Pro 3 includes a completely reimagined handle. You can now mount and unmount the hand controller with ease. The handle includes nine 1/4 mounting threads which allows you to mount accessories such as a mobile device, monitor, wireless receiver, and lanyard. Using the handle with a monitor makes focus pulling easier since the center of gravity is on top of the handle instead of the side. The handle is made of high-strength aluminum alloy and durable rubber.
Upgradable to Wireless
The Remote Air Pro 3 system is compatible with PD Movie’s wireless PD-RX motors. Simply add a wireless motor to your setup to access a fully wireless lens control system. Once a wireless motor is added to your setup, you will have a two-channel wireless system that can control the focus, and zoom simultaneously from the same controller.