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Nathan Lederman
On 4/9/20, 7:06 PM

Waiting for this option also.

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On 3/21/20, 2:39 AM

good question, I will discuss with Arri crew with ECS system

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Clemens Hönig
On 3/17/20, 8:13 AM

In general each LBUS device is compatible with each other. That means, that the OCU is also compatible with the cPRO system. However, the override function is not supported on the cPRO. This feature might come to the cPRO system, but is not planned in the next software update.

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vivien turmel
On 3/15/20, 7:52 AM

Hello Vlassis ! 

As far as I know, the OCU-1 was design to work along with the ARRI WCU-4.

Even if there is a corparation between ARRI and CMOTION on some products, the CPRO is not compatible with ARRI's wireless systeme. Therefore, there are some devices which will partially work. Clemmens might correct me on this but I think this incompatibility is more based on comercial agreements than a real hardware issue.

I would tend to say that the incompatibility is on the CPRO side. Like you said both are using LBUS protocole but I don't think the CPRO "knows" how to handle the override fonction, yet.

Maybe we can hope it's a subject of negaciations between ARRI and CMOTION.

cheers ! 

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