Red Raven / MöVI M5

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  1. Andreas Riem

    Andreas Riem Member

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    Hi there,
    anyone tested the new Red Raven under a MöVI M5?

    Cheers,
    Andreas
     
  2. Ozkan Erden

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    Hello Andreas,

    I have been using Red Epic Dragon (not the carbon) with M5 for aerial for a while and it works as long as you put a lightweight lens like Zeiss High Speed PL lenses.

    I had to change the dual 15mm vertical tilt bars with longer ones to use the full cage. And no Red Volt, I power it with another lipo. Red has narrow profile, so it's easier to balance roll axis.

    Red Raven is smaller and lighter than regular Dragon. So it should work with less hassle.
     
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  3. Andreas Riem

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    Hi Ozkan,
    thanks - will give it a trail! Which lenses you've used? 35mm or also 50mm?
     
  4. Ozkan Erden

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    If you are asking for Zeiss High Speed MK II / III lenses, all works except 18mm (25-35-50).

    Other than these, I have tried Zeiss Distagon EF series and these work very well also. (18-25-35-50).
     
  5. Tomas Nadler

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    Hi Ozkan,

    did you use the battery belt for powering the RAVEN as the cage of the M5 might be to small for a V-Mount on camera ?

    Cheers for feedback & regards,
    Tomas
     
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    Off course did so, Gary! Kind regards, Tomas
     
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