(as of Jan 13,2021 13:02:52 UTC – Details)
ZECTI camera tracking slider featured with four precision bearings and double interior carbon fiber rail system ensure good stability and smooth and quiet movement Nothing can hide slider’s strong points, although we hide it in our carrying case.
Two 1/4 inch and 3/8 inch screw holes at each end of the track to mount tripod for vertical shooting.
Five 1/4 inch and 3/8 inch screw holes in fixed plate to mount tripod for horizontal and even 45-degree shooting.
Four 1/4 inch and 3/8 inch screw holes in slider plate to mount other accessories such as magic arms,light stand to enrich your photo quality!
Universal slider plate with a 1/4″ & 3/8″ screw hole to hold most DSLR cameras.Locking knob aside to lock down the slider plate!
Application for equipment: SLR cameras,video cameras,DV,etc
Application for function: video shooting for film, movie, ceremony,wedding,news gathering and etc
A bubble level to indicate your slanting degree.
Material: Carbon Fiber
Item Weight: 1638g/3.6lbs Load: 20lbs
Product size: 26 x 6.5 x 1.77in/66 x 16.5 x 4.5cm
1 x Camera Tracking Slider
1 x Carrying Case
1 x 1/4″-3/8″ Screw Adapter
2 x Hexagon wrench
Greatly Stable and Steady: Roller-Bearing Sliding System; Lightweight and silky smooth adjustable Camera Slider is made of Carbon Fiber and Aluminum Alloy, CNC more solid and durable.
Durable and Lightweight Construction: 3.6lbs/1638g Carbon Fiber Slider supporting up to 20 lbs payloads; Sealed-bearing wheel design; On-board bubble level; Fully adjustable legs and adjustable rubber shackles for easy leveling.
Multiple Ways to Use: Camera carriage with Multiple 1/4 inch and 3/8 inch screw holes (center and ends); Can be use in Multiple Modes of Operation(vertically, horizontally diagonally and sideways)
The tracking slider can be used on any surface with removable and adjustable legs and non-skid rubber feet and is convenient for fine adjustment with bubble level.
The slider support for multiple shooting requirement such as placing it on the ground to get straight horizontal shots, position it vertically horizontally or slantingly on a tripod.