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4x5.65 Carbon Fiber Matte Box (Swing-away)

4×5.65 Carbon Fiber Matte Box (Swing-away)

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UPC 636946281106


  • [SWING AWAY] Design Makes Changing Lenses Quick and Efficient
  • [4x5.65 FILTERS] Supported via Two 4x5.65 Filter Trays
  • [FLARE CONTROL] via Three Included French Flags
  • [HARD MATTES] Cover Focal Lengths Between 16mm and 180mm
  • [ROD SUPPORT] for Both 15mm LWS and 19mm Systems

This 4×5.65 carbon fiber matte box features a swing-away design for easy lens changes.

There are two filter stages to allow for multiple filters to be used at once, one of which is 360-degree rotatable.

15mm LWS and 19mm rod attachments are included to allow you to customize the matte box to your desired rod system.

Also included in the package are several hard mattes that provide flare coverage for all focal lengths between 16mm and 180mm.

When coupled with the three French flags that are also included, there is an almost infinite amount of flare coverage.

Please note: this Matte Box is not compatible with diopter trays

Also, the height of the 15mm LWS Rod Adapter will require the Matte Box to be mounted to the front of your 15mm rods.

1. Carbon fiber body
2. (2) 4×5.65 filter frames
3. (2) Filter stages, one of which is 360 degree rotatable
4. (1) Top French flag
5. (1) Left side French flag
6. (1) Right side French flag
7. (1) 15mm LWS rod adapter
8. (1) 19mm rod adapter
9. Ф134mm/114mm/95mm/80mm lens attachments
10. (5) Hard mattes (16-20mm, 24-28mm, 35-40mm, 50-65mm, 85-180mm)

Dimensions: 15.5 x 14.5 x 11.5 inches

Weight: 8.62 lbs

Net Weight: 6.2 lbs

Material: Carbon fiber, aluminum-alloy, stainless steel

Color: Black

Rod System: 15mm LWS/19mm studio

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08 March 2022
eyewerk G.

built like a tank, not usable 15mm rod design

the mattebox is built like a tank and it's nice to use the mattebox. it's the well known tilta quality and design, which is very pleasing. The one and only issue ist the construction of the 15mm adapter. using it means the 15mm rods will hit the mattebox body and get blocked by the mattebox. if you change the lens to something shorter, you need to replace the 15mm rods on your rig. the same if you use a longer lens. Problem b is that the distance from the rods to the center of the lens is absolutelely minimum and the mattebox is only usable in the lowest of all positions. So if the distance between your rods and your lens ist variing you cant use this mattebox and it becomes useless. you could fix the problem with a riser tray, ra. 1/3 or 1/2 of the 19mm riser which is included. but its not and you cant 3D print it because its on a very fragile positon. sorry tilta, but for a 1k $ Mattebox which says 15mm Rod Adapter included and the answer from the tilta support "it is like it is, we can't fix the problem" thats not good to keep your clients. Most of them are B2B users and they can't return it. very dissapointing, please remove the 15mm adapter or fix it!!!

20 April 2021
Vancouver, Washington, United States

wonderful mattbox for 19mm rods, inconvenient design for 15mm

so its an awesome Mattebox overall. built like a tank. A bit overly heavy, but it'll hold up. It would be nice if some of the excess metal would come off but at least it's all mounting points. My real complaint is that the 15mm rod adapter needs a half or 1 inch riser so that it could clear the trays. which doesn't come with it(and may not exist) **** even a 1/4in would give it enough. as is, it hits the step down trays making it pretty useless on most 15mm builds unless you use your own neoprene lens stepdown. This also means swapping to different prime lengths means readjusting your rod length. If i can't find a riser or have one machined, this may be my first Tilta return. I am a 10 year Assistant Camera within the IATSE 600.

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