Fotga Sony Remote on RX10 MKII Power ON OFF Control Zoom Lens Start Stop Video

I was going to just append this video to my original Fotga Sony Remote article, but there are sooo many RX10 Mark II Camera Owners that I decided to just post this up separately to show the functions this remote has with the RX10MKII. You can see with my little shoulder rig, I can continue to have the best stability because I never have to take my hands away from the handles when performing functions on the RX10 MKII.

Once again, here's the link to the Fotga Remote for Sony Cameras.
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12 thoughts on “Fotga Sony Remote on RX10 MKII Power ON OFF Control Zoom Lens Start Stop Video

  1. Emm

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    @Mike - For a camera like the RX10II, it has amazing image stabilization, so this small rig works very well. If you have something like a GH4 and a lens without Image stabilization, then a shoulder rig works better when your handles are spaced very far apart - very wide (think fig rig). And also adding mass over the shoulder pad (like a counterweight) will help keep a tiny rig stable too.

    Here's a little article about parts of the rig: httpss://

  2. Emm

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    @Ed - About the little rig, here's some of the parts used: httpss://

  3. Ed

    I have to Sony version of this remote and assuming is the same I can say it works on any Sony with the multi port input.

    My original rx10 and the mark 2. As well as rx100, a7s, a6000, and even my $300 point and shoot. You might be pleased to learn that it also controls the power zoom on the kit lens (16-50) on my a6000. I assume other PZ lenses as well.

    Nice addition.

    On a side note. What is that compact little rug featured in this video?

  4. Mike

    Emm pretty neat rig there. What are the components? It's like a gunstock with two handles? Does it keep your footage pretty stable?

  5. Emm

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    @Diallo - Because Video can be started with the normal Shutter Button on the GH4 (sony doesn't use shutter button), you pretty much just need a basic shutter remote. Something like this:

    If you want to use 'Servo Zoom', there are only two lenses that I know Panasonic supports. You can either use the Panasonic Image App to zoom your lens: httpss://

    Or to zoom those lenses, you can use a dedicated LANC that supports Panasonic protocol like this:

  6. Emm

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    @Paul Hidalgo - I haven't tried, but I hear people saying it should. Would be interesting to know.

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