The Cinevate Pegasus Cabon system looks to be like a very useful slider style dolly. I have yet to embrace the slider system and still use full size track dollies myself, but sliders take up very little space and can easily add motion to any shot. The Pegasus seems to have some cool features. The Pegasus Carbon Dolly retails for $895. Here is a rip from the Cinevate website.
“The Pegasus Carbon based Linear Tracking system is a truly revolutionary camera slider system. Designed for loads under 15lbs, the parts can be re-tasked as a super compact table dolly, overhead tracking system, cable system, and the conventional linear sliding system.
The new “All Terrain” legs give you extra height to deal with uneven ground. The over-molded, non-skid, ball feet are designed to withstand rough ground while being gentle enough not to damage delicate surfaces. With this system you can sit the unit anywhere.”
Dennis Wood from Cinevate Inc. was showing off their brand new Cyclops viewfinder. This thing is a monster. It is a 72mm optic system that can double as a macro when used in front of the lens. The Cyclops viewfinder comes with it’s own support system and does not attach to the camera itself. It can be mounted a few ways and will also work with the articulating LCD on the Canon 60D via the Cinevate Uno Universal Accessory Mount. The Uno system is badass. I threw the camera around using this system and it is rock solid. The Cinevate Cyclops viewfinder will retail for around $400 US for the complete system.
Click Here To Check Out Cyclops.