Posts Tagged ‘slider’
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.
Kessler used to be called Kessler Crane, but they have long moved beyond cranes – with many other products. First and foremost their sliders, they have taken the filmmaking world by storm (and I have to add, if you look at the quality they deliver, quite rightfully so)....
NAB 2013 has been over for over a week now, and it’s time to reflect on what this year’s big trends were. It definitely wasn’t a year of huge innovation in the camera sector (despite the S35 Blackmagic Design 4K camera), it felt more like an evolutionary step. 4K is definitely still the buzzword whereas 3D seems to be almost dead. (Watch NextWaveDV’s NAB 2013 “bloggers breakfast” where we discussed much of that together with our friends from other blogs by clicking here.)
Nothing is as sexy as new cameras for readers, but the one trend that clearly was showing this year was camera stabilization, in various forms: there was a lot of noteworthy innovation in a sector that was ripe for innovation. New sliders, jibs, copters and handheld rigs stole the show....
Note: The product presented is an early prototype. The manufacturer says the final version will not be noisy.
edelkrone’s already impressive new slider system SliderPLUS gets an update worth talking about: A targeting module that smoothly tracks your subject. Read on to understand how it works. ...
edelkrone, the Turkish DSLR-rig manufacturer, has come up with a very interesting slider concept. A slider that lets your camera travel longer than the slider actually is in length.
edelkrone’s new funky invention isn’t cheap at $499, but the mechanism is an intriguing idea. When used on a tripod the slider can travel 1.7 inch (52cm) even though it’s only 1.3 inch (39cm) in length.
The way this works is that the slider base has a second slider sled that works in conjunction with the camera plate like a pulley tackle. ...
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