Posts Tagged ‘slider’
Edelkrone has released another line of camera sliders, the SliderPLUS PRO. Available in 3 lengths, the SliderPLUS PRO line is designed for heavier setups providing a maximum payload of up to 14kg.
The SliderPLUS is an ingenious design, offering a slide action twice the physical length of the device....
Cinevate sent over their brand new Duzi slider for me to try out. The Duzi is an interesting one, it opens up a new line for Cinevate as their entry-level slider, however carries many traits that better its next in the line – The Cinevate Atlas FLT....
Kessler used to call themselves “Kessler Crane”, but when they really became famous for their very well-made and popular range of sliders – so they dropped the “Crane” from their name at some point, and rightfully so.
If there is one tool that adds a lot of production value without a lot of effort, it’s without a doubt a slider. I bring my Kessler CineSlider (3 foot) to almost every shoot (here’s my original CineSlider review video “Awakening” shot almost 3 years ago). I have shot countless establishing shots of documentary scenes, entire corporate films and interviews with it, and clients love the look. If it’s not motivated by the story it at least adds perspective to otherwise dull shots – and that’s something you have to deal with in corporate environments day in and day out....
Back in May we brought to light Kessler’s revolutionary invention of the Parallax, a device that enables the user to add consistent dynamic motion to your camera tracks. Now, the Parallax is available for pre-order.
My slider comes with me on every shoot; there’s rarely a job that I don’t use it. More often that not I...
DitoGear has released another product, adding to the never-ending list of camera sliders. Known for their motion-controlled devices compatible with Cinevate products, DitoGear are also continuing to push their own grip. Introducing a new recruit to their line up – The BD Slider....
Cinevate have announced a new entry-level slider, the Cinevate Duzi.
The roller bearing slider is made from CNC machined aluminium and stainless steel, utilizing 19mm solid carbon rails. Weighing at just 4lbs (1.8kg) it offers an impressive load capacity of 50lbs (22.7kg).
To put things into perspective, that’s a 3rd lighter than the Cinevate FLT (Cinevate’s previous compact slider), and can support just over twice the weight....
Edelkrone have updated their revolutionary slider. The SliderPLUS v2 is now all black, smaller and lighter.
For anyone who hasn’t seen the Edelkrone in action, just watch the above video. It’s the first slider to utilize this type of technology, providing you with a slider that’s 2 thirds the physical size of it’s capable operating length....
Tomorrow at 1pm ET, Kessler release their next batch of CineDrive systems.
CineDrive is Kessler’s latest line in motor controlled motion camera systems. It’s a digitally driven system, enabling integration between computers and smart devices (via a dedicated app).
Kessler’s previous flagship line was the Oracle, an analogue based system. The CineDrive system offers a much more user-friendly digital interface. It uses keyframes and bezier curves to depict programmed camera moves, which pose familiarities with post effects programs and non-linear editing platforms.
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