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Safety Instructions

Be sure to read these instructions in order to operate the product safely. Follow these instructions to
prevent injury or harm to the operator of the product or others.
WARNING
Denotes the risk of serious injury or death.
Keep the product out of the reach of young children.
Do not disassemble or modify the product.
Do not expose the product to strong shocks or vibration.
Do not touch any exposed internal parts.
Stop using the product in any case of unusual circumstances such as the presence of smoke or a
strange smell.
Do not get the product wet. Do not insert foreign objects or liquids into the product.
CAUTION
Denotes the risk of injury.
Do not leave the product in places exposed to extremely high or low temperatures. The product may
become extremely hot/cold and cause burns or injury when touched.
Be careful not to drop the camera or accessories when attaching, removing or adjusting the
various accessories. Use a table or other stable surface.
Do not connect/attach accessories to cameras and devices that are not compatible with them.
For accessories with screens/viewfinders
CAUTION
Denotes the risk of injury.
Do not look at the screen or through the viewfinder for prolonged periods of time. This may induce
symptoms similar to motion sickness. In such a case, stop using the product immediately and rest for a
while before resuming use.
For accessories with an eyecup
CAUTIONS
Follow the cautions below. Otherwise physical injury or property damage may result.
If any abnormal skin reaction or irritation occurs during or following the use of this product, refrain from
further use and get medical advice/attention.
For lens mount kits
WARNING
Denotes the risk of serious injury or death.
Do not leave the lens exposed without the lens cap attached.
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  • Page 1: Safety Instructions

    Safety Instructions Be sure to read these instructions in order to operate the product safely. Follow these instructions to prevent injury or harm to the operator of the product or others. WARNING Denotes the risk of serious injury or death. •...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Communications GP-E1 GPS Receiver GP-E2 GPS Receiver WFT-E6 / WFT-E8 Wireless File Transmitter 10 Monitoring LM-V1 / LM-V2 LCD Monitor EVF-V50 OLED Electronic Viewfinder EVF-V70 OLED Electronic Viewfinder 21 Added Functionality and Lens Compatibility OU-700 Remote Operation Unit EU-V1 Expansion Unit 1...
  • Page 3: Introduction

    Introduction This user guide covers optional accessories compatible with CINEMA EOS series Canon cameras. It provides information about how to use the accessories, their compatibility and specifications. Be sure to read this information carefully to use the products correctly. Before Using the Accessories •...
  • Page 4: Overview Of Accessories And Compatible Cameras

    — — Only the LM-V1 LCD Monitor is compatible. For details see the instruction manual of the camera being used and the RC-V100 instruction manual. The MO-4P B4 mount adapter can only be used after replacing the camera’s lens mount with a PL mount using the optional PM-V1 PL Mount Kit (0 38).
  • Page 5: Communications

    Communications GP-E1 GPS Receiver Connect the GPS receiver to the camera’s system expansion terminal in CAMERA (shooting) mode to have the GPS information (latitude, longitude, altitude) recorded with the metadata of XF-AVC clips. For details about attaching and configuring the receiver, refer to the instruction manual of the camera being used.
  • Page 6: Gp-E2 Gps Receiver

    Clips XF-AVC* — (Cinema RAW Light) Photos * You can use the GPS information to search and organize clips using Canon XF Utility. Connecting and Activating the GPS Receiver Turn off the receiver. Connect the receiver to the camera. •...
  • Page 7 • In certain countries/regions, the use of GPS may be restricted. Be sure to use the GPS receiver in accordance with local laws and regulations of the country/region where the receiver is used. Be particularly careful when traveling outside of your home country. •...
  • Page 8: Wft-E6 / Wft-E8 Wireless File Transmitter

    WFT-E6 / WFT-E8 Wireless File Transmitter Connect the wireless transmitter to the camera’s system expansion terminal to be able to connect to a wireless network or device via Wi-Fi and use the camera’s network functions. For details about attaching and configuring the wireless transmitter, refer to the instruction manual of the camera being used. (attach directly) System expansion terminal •...
  • Page 9: Monitoring

    Monitoring LM-V1 / LM-V2 LCD Monitor Connect the LCD monitor to the camera to add a large monitoring screen with touch screen operations (touch to focus), menu operation buttons and joystick and two assignable buttons. For details on how to attach and use the LCD monitor, see the instruction manual of the camera being used.
  • Page 10 Use the optional LA-V1 or LA-V2 LCD Attachment Unit to attach the LCD monitor to the handle unit or to the camera’s body itself. For details see the instruction manual of the camera being used. LCD Monitor LM-V1 LM-V2 LA-V1 —...
  • Page 11 – Clean the LCD screen using a clean, soft lens-cleaning cloth and commercially available cleaning fluid for eyeglasses. – Condensation may form on the surface of the screen when the temperature changes suddenly. Wipe it with a soft dry cloth. Specifications LCD Monitor LM-V1 LM-V2 Type Color LCD Size 10.1 cm (4.0 in.) 10.9 cm (4.3 in.)
  • Page 12  LM-V1 Detailed Measurements 0.63 cm, 1/4" 11.2 (0.44) 12.85 (0.51) 119.90 (4.7) 0.63 cm, 1/4" 11.2 (0.44) 15.25 (0.6)  LM-V2 Detailed Measurements 13 (0.51) 0.63 cm, 1/4" 11.2 (0.44) 132.9 (5.2) 0.63 cm, 1/4" 11.2 (0.44) 15.1 (0.59)
  • Page 13: Evf-V50 Oled Electronic Viewfinder

    EVF-V50 OLED Electronic Viewfinder Connect the viewfinder to the camera to add a bright OLED monitoring screen that can be turned on/off automatically thanks to an eye sensor. Supplied Accessories  Connector cover  M4 hex socket head bolts (x2) ...
  • Page 14: Using The Viewfinder

    Attach the viewfinder. • Remove the viewfinder’s connector cover. Align the ridges on the viewfinder with the protruding tabs on the camera and push the viewfinder straight, all the way forward. Secure the viewfinder in place. • First, fasten the 2 fixation bolts you removed in step 2 to the top ( -1). Then, fasten the 2 supplied M4 fixation bolts to the rear ( -2).
  • Page 15 Specifications Screen 1280x720 resolution (1,770,000 dots) Coverage 100% Operating temperature 0 °C – 40 °C (32 °F – 104 °F) Dimensions* (W x H x D) 61 x 90 x 99 mm (2.4 x 3.5 x 3.9 in.) Weight* (without connector cover) 170 g (6.0 oz.) * All dimensions and weights are approximate.
  • Page 16: Evf-V70 Oled Electronic Viewfinder

    EVF-V70 OLED Electronic Viewfinder Connect the viewfinder to the camera to add a bright OLED monitoring screen that can be dimmed automatically thanks to an eye sensor. The EVF-V70 offer also additional dials, menu operation buttons (including 4 assignable buttons) and joystick that add functionality to the camera. Supplied Accessories ...
  • Page 17 Names of Parts 2* 3* 7* 8* 9 10 9 12 13 15 16 Depending on the camera used, some of the functions described below may not be available or may function differently. Buttons with an asterisk (*) in the illustration are illuminated when used with a camera that features the button illumination function.
  • Page 18 Attaching the Viewfinder to the Camera If necessary, attach the handle unit to the camera. • For details see the camera’s instruction manual. Turn off the camera. Loosen the swing arm’s locking screw (clamp rail side, Remove the clamp rail’s end cap ( ). Insert the swing arm’s slider into the clamp rail with the “TOP”...
  • Page 19 Removing the Viewfinder Turn off the camera. Disconnect the unit cable from the camera and viewfinder ( ). Remove the end cap from the clamp rail’s arm attached to the clamp rail base ( ). While pulling out the locking pin at the other side of the clamp rail ( ), remove the viewfinder and clamp rail from the clamp rail base ( ).
  • Page 20: Added Functionality And Lens Compatibility

    Added Functionality and Lens Compatibility OU-700 Remote Operation Unit Connect the remote operation unit to the camera to operate the camera’s functions in exactly the same way as using the control display, SELECT dial and physical buttons on the camera. For details about the various functions, refer to the instruction manual of the camera being used.
  • Page 21 17 Screw hole for 1/4"-20 mounting screws 19 Camera mount 18 Screw hole for 1/4"-20 mounting screws 20 Screw hole for 3/8"-20 mounting screws (10 mm (0.39 in.) deep) (12 mm (0.47 in.) deep) • When operating the camera, you can look at an external monitor that the camera is connected •...
  • Page 22 Connecting the Remote Operation Unit to the Camera  Using an Optional Unit Cable Turn off the camera. Connect the optional UC-V75 (75 cm, 2.5 ft.) or UC-V1000 (10 m, 32.8 ft.) Remote Operation Unit Cable to the CTRL terminals on the controller and the camera.
  • Page 23  Detailed Measurements Top view 12.7 (0.5) 12.7 (0.5) 26.5 26.5 (1.0) (1.0) Rear view Front view Right side view 32.5 78.4 (3.1) 77.8 (3.1) (1.3) 3.7 (0.15) Bottom view mm (inches) ADDED FUNCTIONALITY AND LENS COMPATIBILITY...
  • Page 24: Eu-V1 Expansion Unit 1

    EU-V1 Expansion Unit 1 This expansion unit offers additional terminals that add Genlock synchronization, advanced remote control (circular 8-pin jack) and wired network (Ethernet) functionality to the camera. Supplied Accessories  Connector cover  M4 hex socket head bolts (x2) (attach directly) Expansion unit connector Names of Parts...
  • Page 25 Attaching the Expansion Unit to the Camera Turn off the camera. • The accessory will not work if it is attached while the camera is turned on. Remove the camera’s expansion unit cover. • Remove the 2 bolts in the illustration using the hex wrench for M4 bolts. Attach the expansion unit.
  • Page 26  Detailed Measurements 68.7 (2.7) 61.7 (2.4) 44.4 (1.7) mm (inches) ADDED FUNCTIONALITY AND LENS COMPATIBILITY...
  • Page 27: Eu-V2 Expansion Unit 2

    EU-V2 Expansion Unit 2 This expansion unit offers additional terminals and controls that add functionality to the camera. These include: a V-lock mount for commercially available large-capacity batteries, menu operation buttons and joystick (including one assignable button), Genlock synchronization, advanced remote control (circular 8-pin jack), wired network (Ethernet) functionality, additional audio inputs and controls, lens communication (12-pin serial) and power outputs.
  • Page 28 Names of Parts FUNC (main functions) button 14 REMOTE B terminal Assignable button Exp. Unit EU-V2: 1 • For connecting the optional RC-V100 Joystick Remote Controller. CANCEL button 15 Ethernet access indicator MENU button (Ethernet) terminal V-mount battery release latch 17 LENS terminal Cover for audio controls 18 Audio level dials for CH3 (top) and CH4...
  • Page 29 • You can remove all the terminals’ covers by removing the two screws fixing them in place with a commercially available Phillips head (“crosshead”) screwdriver. Attaching the Expansion Unit to the Camera Turn off the camera. • The accessory will not work if it is attached while the camera is turned on. Remove the camera’s expansion unit cover.
  • Page 30 Power Supply and Power Outputs You can attach commercially available V-mount batteries to the EU-V2. If you connect an AC adapter to the camera’s DC IN 12V terminal with a V-mount battery attached to the EU-V2, the camera will draw power from the AC adapter.
  • Page 31  Power Outputs The expansion unit features two power outputs for accessories: the DC OUT 24V 2A terminal and the D-TAP terminal. Power output Specifications* Terminal pin layout DC OUT 24V 2A terminal Fischer 3-pin connector, 24 V DC, 2.0 A (max.) GND (ground) +24 V DC D-TAP terminal...
  • Page 32 Specifications INPUT 3, INPUT 4 terminals XLR 3-pin jack (pin1: shield, pin2: hot, pin3: cold), 2 sets, balanced Sensitivity: MIC setting: –60 dBu (volume center, full scale –18 dB) / 600 Ω, microphone attenuator: 20 dB LINE setting: 4 dBu (volume center, full scale –18 dB) / 10 kΩ BNC jack, 1.0 Vp-p / 75 Ω...
  • Page 33  Detailed Measurements 6.5 (0.26) 117.4 (4.6) 11.3 (0.44) 18 (0.71) 7.5 (0.30) 0.63 cm, 1/4" 7.5 (0.30) 57 (2.2) mm (inches) ADDED FUNCTIONALITY AND LENS COMPATIBILITY...
  • Page 34: Mo-4E / Mo-4P B4 Mount Adapter

    MO-4E / MO-4P B4 Mount Adapter Attach the mount adapter to the camera to use professional B4 broadcast lenses. Use the MO-4E with cameras with an EF mount and the MO-4P with cameras with a PL mount. For details about compatible lenses, refer to the instruction manual of the camera being used.
  • Page 35 Attaching the Adapter and a B4 Lens Attach the supplied lens support bracket to the bottom of the lens. • Make sure the lens support bracket is facing the correct direction as shown in the illustration ( ) and tighten both screws ( ). Turn off the camera.
  • Page 36 Removing the Adapter Set the [Mount Adapter] setting to [Off]. Turn off the camera. Disconnect the lens’s 12-pin interface cable from the camera. Remove the supplied lens support bracket from the lens. Remove the lens from the adapter. • While taking care to support the lens, turn the adapter’s bayonet ring handle counter-clockwise to unlock the lens and then remove it from the camera.
  • Page 37: Cm-V1 Ef Cinema Lock Mount Kit

    CM-V1 EF Cinema Lock Mount Kit PM-V1 PL Mount Kit These mount kits allow you to easily replace the camera’s lens mount with an EF cinema lock mount (CM-V1 kit) or PL mount (PM-V1 kit). Supplied Accessories  M3 hex socket head bolts (x4) ...
  • Page 38  PM-V1 Bayonet ring handles Screw holes for lens mount fixation bolts (x4) PL lens contacts Bayonet ring PL lens index pin Lens mount contacts Replacing the Lens Mount As much as possible, replace the camera’s lens mount in a clean environment free of dust. The following procedure and illustrations explain the replacement of an EF lens mount on the camera with an EF lens mount with Cinema Lock but the procedure is the same for a PL lens mount.
  • Page 39 Screw in the 4 lens mount fixation bolts and fasten them but not too tightly. • Partially tighten the bolts removed in step 4 in a balanced fashion in the sequence shown in the illustration, using the hex wrench for M3 bolts. Secure the lens mount in place.
  • Page 40 Attaching a Lens  EF Lens Mount with Cinema Lock Turn off the camera. Turn the mount handle clockwise until it stops. Remove the body cap from the camera and any dust caps from the lens. Check that the mount handle is at the correct position for attaching a lens.
  • Page 41 Specifications Lens Mount Kit CM-V1 PM-V1 ∅ 107 x 31 mm (∅ 4.2 x 1.2 in.) ∅ 108 x 45 mm (∅ 4.3 x 1.8 in.) Dimensions* (diameter x length) Weight* 170 g (6.0 oz.) 345 g (12.2 oz.) * All dimensions and weights are approximate. ...
  • Page 42: Shooting Styles And Configuration

    Shooting Styles and Configuration GR-V1 Camera Grip Attach the camera grip to the camera to comfortably hold and operate the camera. The camera grip allows you to start/stop recording and features also a joystick, control dial and one assignable button. Supplied Accessories ...
  • Page 43 Removing and Attaching the Camera Grip The camera grip comes originally attached to the camera. You can remove it and replace it with the thumb rest when a minimal configuration is necessary.  Attaching the Camera Grip The camera grip can be attached in a number of positions from 90° toward the lens to 60° toward the back at 6°...
  • Page 44 Specifications Characteristics Modular unit can be attached at any of 24 positions (6º intervals); includes limited recording controls. Operating temperature 0 °C – 40 °C (32 °F – 104 °F) Dimensions* (W x H x D) 60 x 124 x 75 mm (6.1 x 4.6 x 3.0 in.) Weight* (without connector cover) 260 g (9.2 oz.) * All dimensions and weights are approximate.
  • Page 45: Su-15 Shoulder Support Unit

    SU-15 Shoulder Support Unit Attach the shoulder support to the camera to use it for ENG-style hand-held shooting. It features rods for additional accessories and an adjustable shoulder pad for optimal balance. Supplied Accessories  ∅ 15 mm rods (x2) ...
  • Page 46 Attaching and Adjusting the Support Unit Turn off the camera. Turn the shoulder pad screw counter- clockwise and loosen it ( ). Adjust the shoulder pad position (front/back; Turn the shoulder pad screw clockwise to secure the shoulder pad in place ( ). •...
  • Page 47  Detailed Measurements 21.0 (0.83) 40.0 (1.6) 236.3 (9.3) 260.0 (10.2) 13.7 (0.54) 52.5 (2.1) 13.7 (0.54) 213.5 (8.4) mm (inches) SHOOTING STYLES AND CONFIGURATION...
  • Page 48: Sg-1 Shoulder Style Grip Unit

    SG-1 Shoulder Style Grip Unit Mount the grip unit on the rods of the optional SU-15 Shoulder Support Unit (0 46) to control the lens during ENG-style hand-held shooting. When the shoulder-style grip is connected to the LENS terminal, you can use the following controls on the grip: REC button to start/stop recording, joystick for menu operation, aperture/zoom controls (with compatible lenses), and one assignable button.
  • Page 49 Attaching the Grip Unit Turn off the camera. Pass the rods of the optional SU-15 Shoulder Support Unit through the grip connecting arm ( ), adjust the arm’s position (front/back), and turn the grip connecting arm screw clockwise to secure the arm ( ). •...
  • Page 50 Specifications Dimensions* (W x H x D) 220 x 148 x 148 mm (8.7 x 5.8 x 5.8 in.) Weight* (without connector cover) 565 g (1.2 lb.) * All dimensions and weights are approximate.  Detailed Measurements 33.1 33.1 (1.3) (1.3) 30.0 30.0...