Put simply, a camera slider is a tool for adding movement to your shots. camera Slider can be as simple as pushing a camera on a table, or incredibly large devices, able to support a camera rig.
Sliders can be purchased or made in a variety of sizes and configurations. The most common is a linear slider, designed to take a small payload camera such as a DSLR or mirrorless camera. It’s possible to purchase a larger slider (known as a “dolly”) or sliders with curved rails or motors — but these are even more expensive to purchase and complicated to operate.
The slider we’re looking at today is a very simple one: good enough to move a small camera left or right, and nothing more.
What You Need？
This is a simple project, but it does require a few components that you may not already own.
Sevenoak SK-LS60 23'' Camera Track Slider for Canon 5D Mark2 7D 60D 500D-550D Nikon D3100 D7000 Sony A55,The Sevenoak Camera Slider SK-LS60 is designed to give you the ability to create good-quality production shots without over-extending your budget. Featuring heavy-duty anodized aluminum construction, super-smooth glide rail, spirit level & tension adjustment, the camera Slider SK-LS60 gives you the best value. It can be attached directly to a tripod and may also be used standalone with the included feet, which raises your camera setup approximately 2" off the ground. The camera slider SK-LS60 is suitable for amateur cameras, professional cameras as well as for cameras with the function of recording movies (for example Canon 7D, Canon 5D Mark2, Canon 60D,Canon 500D~550D,Nikon D3100,D7000,Sony A55 etc)
I had purchased this camera slider and made a quick video on it to help those of you out wanting to learn more...it is a very nice slider. I intend to purchase additional items in the near future and create more reviews and films with them to share with you potential shoppers. I've uploaded it on my video channel but I've submitted a copy here for you all to watch, cheers and have fun with your videos!