At shop “There are many cheap sliders available, but none that are motorized.” On the other hand, in this project he demonstrates that with a little bit of work, and an excellent attention to detail, you can make the conversion yourself.
Even if you’re not interested in this kind of application, the video reveals some interesting tricks!
It seems like these days everyone and their grandmother is making a slider. And with the deluge of options on the market, it can be tough trying to figure out which is the right one to buy for your setup. I'm going to take a look at three different systems, and address their issues in an effort to better help you navigate your purchase or rental decisions.
Over the years I have really come to like working with a Camera slider, as it allows me to work faster, in smaller spaces, and get the motion I need in the shot. While it doesn't come close to replacing a dolly with an experienced dolly grip, it is a great pairing to the tight schedules, shrinking budgets and crews that we all have been experiencing in recent years. After working with a number of slider systems, I have found that they can be grouped into three categories: Micro, Medium, and Large. Here is what you can expect to get out of each sevenoak camera slider category
THE Sevenoak SK-MTS100 is a motorized Camera slider designed for creating dynamic video and time lapse photography sequences with fluid and precise motorized slides. It works with most DSLR, mirrorless and digital cinema cameras with the included shutter release cables.
Sevenoak SK-MTS100 Camera slider comes with a remote controller which is connected with the motorized slider via Bluetooth. And it also comes with a dedicated Application which can be download from Apple Store and can be used to control the movements and time lapse photos.