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Tilta Nucleus-Nano Overview
Use the Nucleus-Nano Wireless Focus Control System from Tilta to wirelessly control the focus of most DSLR, mirrorless, or cine-style lenses. The core of the system is the pairing of the focus control motor and the focus hand wheel. The units can connect to each other from 300' away, and can be mounted in a variety of ways.
The units support run/stop functions and setting hard A and B limits for more control over your camera and lens. The hand wheel is powered by a single 14500 lithium battery and the motor is powered by your camera or a battery via its micro-USB connector. The units are both constructed of durable materials, and the hand wheel features an attractive, comfortable rosewood grip.
Included in the kit with the hand wheel and motor are a mounting baseplate for 95mm lenses, a 15mm rod, a micro-USB motor cable, a DJI Ronin-S motor power cable, a 0.8 MOD motor gear, two lens gear rings, attachment plates for the Ronin-S/G2 and Zhiyun Crane, a dual-battery charger, two batteries, mounting screws, and two Allen keys. See below for more information about the items that make up the system.
Tilta Nucleus-Nano Wireless Focus Hand Wheel Controller
Pair this Nucleus-Nano Wireless Focus Hand Wheel Controller from Tilta with the Nucleus-Nano Motor to wirelessly control the focus of most DSLR, mirrorless, or cine-style lenses.
The large Hand Wheel responds with no delay as it wirelessly controls the separately available Nucleus-Nano motor from up to 300' away via 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi, and it lasts up to six hours on a single 3.7V 14500 lithium-ion battery. You can also perform run/stop functions and set hard A and B limits with the buttons on the wheel for more control over your camera and lens.
The Hand Wheel is constructed with aluminum, plastic, rubber, and a sleek rosewood-lined handle for comfort and style. It can mount on a stand, rig, or gimbal such as the Gravity G2X with a rosette connector. One separately available 14500 lithium-ion battery is required to use the Hand Wheel.
Wireless focus wheel for DSLR, mirrorless, or cine-style lenses
Large, rosewood-lined wheel for style and comfort
Connect wirelessly to Nucleus-Nano motor from up to 300' line-of-sight range via 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi
Powers via separately available 14500 lithium-ion battery for 6-hour operating time
Use start/stop function and set A/B limits with buttons on controller
Connects to rigs, arms, or gimbals with a rosette mount
Compatible with Nucleus-Nano Focus motor
Tilta Nucleus-Nano Wireless Lens Control Motor
Pair this Nucleus-Nano Lens Control Motor from Tilta with the separately available Nucleus-Nano Focus Hand Wheel or Nucleus-M FIZ unit to wirelessly control the focus of most DSLR, mirrorless, or cine-style lenses.
The motor comes with a standard 0.8 MOD cine lens gear, operates at up to 1Nm of torque, and can connect wirelessly to the Nucleus-Nano Focus Hand Wheel from up to 300' away. The motor calibrates to your lens automatically, but you can choose to calibrate manually. You can also perform run/stop functions and set hard A and B limits with the buttons on the Hand Wheel for more control over your camera and lens. The motor is also compatible with the Nucleus-M FIZ hand unit and handgrips.
The motor draws power via a 5-18V micro-USB port from a gimbal or D-Tap battery with a separately available cable. The motor is constructed with aluminum, plastic, and stainless steel for durability. It can mount on a stand, rig, or gimbal with its built-in 15mm rod clamp.
Use only run/stop cables specifically designed for the Nucleus-Nano; Tilta wooden handle run/stop cables are not compatible or safe to use with this unit. All cables are available separately.
Wireless focus motor for DSLR, mirrorless, or cine-style lenses
The low-noise 5-18V motor operates with 0.65 to 1 Nm of torque
Includes a 0.8 MOD, 32 pitch, 26-tooth cine standard gear
300' wireless range to connect to lens controllers
Powers via micro-USB from D-Tap battery or gimbal with a separately available 5V cable
Use start/stop function and set A/B limits with buttons on the Hand Wheel
Connects to rigs, gimbals, and rods with a built-in 15mm rod clamp
Compatible with Nucleus-Nano Focus Hand Wheel Controller, Nucleus-M FIZ hand unit, and Nucleus-M handgrips
Tilta Baseplate with 15mm LWS Rod Clamp for 95mm Lens Diameter
Attach this Tilta Baseplate with 15mm LWS Rod Clamp to the base of your camera and attach a separately available 15mm rod to the rod clamp. The Nucleus-Nano motor can then attach to the rod and provide focus control. The size of the plate and the spacing of the rod clamp are designed to place your motor gear against the focus gear of lenses with a 95mm diameter.
Tilta Single 15mm Aluminum Rod (3.94", Anodized Black)
This Tilta Single 15mm Aluminum Rod is 3.94" in length and anodized black. It is compatible with 15mm LWS and studio rod support clamps and chamfered to make it easier to slide rod-mounted accessories onto the end.
Tilta Nucleus-Nano Handwheel Attachment Plate for DJI Ronin-S/Gravity G2X
Attach your Nucleus-Nano handwheel to a Gravity G2X or DJI Ronin-S gimbal with this Nucleus-Nano Handwheel Attachment Plate from Tilta. The adapter attaches to the Ronin-S with one of the gimbal's M4 screws, and it attaches to a rosette on the Gravity G2X with the included M6 screw. When attached to the gimbal, the handwheel slides into the plate and is tightened with the locking lever.
Tilta Nucleus-Nano Hand Wheel Adapter for Zhiyun Crane 1
Mount your Nucleus-Nano hand wheel to the handle of the Zhiyun Crane 1 with this Nucleus-Nano Hand Wheel Adapter from Tilta. This sturdy aluminum and steel adapter clamps to the Crane's handle and is secured with a locking lever. The hand wheel attaches to the adapter with a screw.
Tilta 14500 Battery Charging Cable for Nucleus-Nano
Charge the 14500 batteries that power the Nucleus-Nano with this 14500 Battery Charging Cablefrom Tilta. The charger plugs into a USB power source and the other end connects positive and negative splitter ends magnetically to a single battery for charging.