SKU: GC63-B1230.1007

Bright Tangerine Misfit Atom

The Bright Tangerine Misfit Atom is a small, lightweight yet strong, clamp-on matte box for lenses with an outer diameter of up to 114mm. It holds up to two 4 x 4" or 4 x 5.65" filters without using filter trays and provides a wide field of view suitable for many wide-angle lenses even with two filters mounted.

The removable flexible hood is built to hold its shape over time, even in temperature extremes. The matte box with hood weighs in at under 7 ounces, only 3.5 ounces without the hood. This makes the matte box suitable for use with gimbals and Steadicams, and the removable hood makes the matte box an excellent choice for aerial shooting.

Features:

Made of aluminium, stainless steel, and an elastic polymer, the Misfit Atom is designed to be extremely strong and lightweight. It clamps on lenses with an outer diameter of 114mm, or smaller if you use step-up adapter rings, not included. To prevent the matte box from rotating while you focus or zoom, be certain to use lenses with an internal focus design.

You can securely insert up to two 4 x 4", 4 x 5.65", or a combination of those filters directly into the matte box without using a filter tray. A spring-loaded clamp at the top of the matte box secures the filters so they will not fall out unexpectedly.

The Misfit Atom supports shooting with wide-angle lenses such as the Cooke 14mm and RED Pro Zooms at 5K.

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The Bright Tangerine Misfit Atom is a small, lightweight yet strong, clamp-on matte box for lenses with an outer diameter of up to 114mm. It holds up to two 4 x 4" or 4 x 5.65" filters without using filter trays and provides a wide field of view suitable for many wide-angle lenses even with two filters mounted.

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