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Zeiss Lens Gear Rings

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Zeiss Lens Gear Rings, available in four sizes (mini, small, medium and large), turn camera lenses such as the Zeiss Milvus, Otus and Loxia primes, into movie lenses in a flash.
Abel Code CZ-2174-298
Stock 3-5 days
Our price $199.00

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The Zeiss Lens Gear Rings are made of premium aluminum with a hardened surface coating, are slid onto the relevant lens and attached to the focus ring of the lens simply by turning the two counteracting rings - no tools required.

The Zeiss Lens Gears are available in four different sizes: mini, small, medium and large. They fit on the different lenses of various diameters precisely and securely. The use of a follow focus system enables optimal focusing, and the Zeiss camera lenses receive functions resembling those of a full-fledged movie lens. This now allows customers to achieve professional results with the camera lenses and makes any handling difficulties a thing of the past.

The Zeiss Lens Gears are supplied with a rubber-covered band, the GumGum, which features an adhesive surface. This means the inner diameter can be reduced accordingly, thus supporting other lens sizes. The GumGum also protects against scratches and other damage to the focus ring of the lens.


  • Quick mounting no tools needed
  • Made of lightweight aluminum
  • Hardened surface coating
  • Features an 0.8 pitched gear
  • Follow focus runs smoother than ever before
  • No more screwdrivers, worn-out belts or protruding straps

    The four available sizes are:

    Mini: 62 69 mm (60 67 mm with GumGum)
    Fits: Zeiss Milvus 35mm, Loxia 21mm, 35mm, and 50mm (with GumGum)

    Small: 71 77 mm (69 75 mm with GumGum)
    Fits: Zeiss Milvus 21mm, 35mm

    Medium: 78 84 mm (76 82 mm with GumGum)
    Fits: Zeiss Milvus 50mm, 50mm Macro (with GumGum), Otus 55mm

    Large: 86 93 mm (84 91 mm with GumGum)
    Fits: Zeiss Milvus 85mm, Otus 28mm, 85mm

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