The LiDAR focusing system makes focusing easier for hand-held shooting, without relying on the surface texture of the subject. This is especially useful in low-light environments and results in exceptional focusing capabilities.
The new LiDAR Range Finder (RS) can project 43,200 ranging points, detect within a 14-meter range, and has a built-in camera with an equivalent focal length of 30 mm and a wide FOV of 70°, which can handle the focusing needs of most scenarios. Pairing with the new Focus Motor (2022) also makes autofocus on manual lenses possible after calibration.
With the LiDAR Range Finder (RS), RS 3 Pro supports ActiveTrack Pro, delivering better subject identification and tracking performance.
The new LiDAR Range Finder (RS) can project 43,200 ranging points within a 14-meter area. It also features a built-in camera with an equivalent focal length of 30mm and a wide FOV of 70°, catering to the focusing needs of most scenarios.
Automated Manual Focus
Compared with conventional focusing technology, the LiDAR focusing system does not need to rely on the surface texture of the subject. This is especially useful in low-light environments or complicated scenarios with multiple subjects and results in exceptionally stable focus in the footage.
Wide and Spot Modes
It supports both Wide Mode and Spot Mode. In Wide Mode, the range finder automatically detects the subject and follows focus. In Spot Mode, users can manually frame or tap the subject to focus.
Pairs with Focus Motor
The pairing of the LiDAR Range Finder with the new Focus Motor also makes cinematic autofocus on manual lenses possible after calibration. Press the M button on the gimbal once to quickly switch between manual focus and autofocus to meet your needs for both modes effortlessly.
Lenses that Work without Calibration
DZOFILM Vespid Cyber 35mm
DZOFILM Vespid Cyber 50mm
DZOFILM Vespid Cyber 75mm