DIY Video and Photography Projects

01Oct Sub $190 Roller Bearing Video Camera Sliders


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Michael writes in and points out new prices on these Budget Roller Bearing Video Camera Sliders [Thanks Michael]. These sliders actually came out a few months ago, but now that the ePhoto seller has picked up this product, prices are pretty good starting at just under $190 + Free shipping for a 30″ roller bearing [...]

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07Apr Varavon Slidecam Slider Updates


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Jordan received a replacement Varavon slider and it shows off a few added changes. First, the legs now have it’s own dedicated bag instead of being thrown in with the entire slider. That’s one thing I mentioned when I first received mine. If they all sit in the same bag together you could easily have [...]

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08Mar Cinevate 25% Moving Sale Continues


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Just a reminder that Cinevate is on the last leg of it’s moving sale with a 25% discount on a variety of Cinevate gear. Find more at http://www.cinevate.com/blog/movingsale/

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11Feb Konova Releases 23″ Travel Friendly Sized Slider


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I don’t know exactly when it happened, but it happened. Although i’m a big fan of the Konova slider, I always wished they had a smaller version than 31″. At 31″ inches, that was just a little bit too long to pack in some of my bags when traveling. So recently they just started listing [...]

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12Dec Motorized JuicedLink Slider Gone Vertical


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Earlier in the week Vimeo member Bagelman showed us his version of a DIY Motorized JuicedLink video slider. I was curious to see if his setup could actually handle a straight up vertical shot, so he’s put together another demo. Yup, sure does go nice and smooth on a straight up vertical climb. [Thanks Gary]

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18Jul Smallism Video Camera Slider Review


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It looks similar to the Konova and Varavon, but hardly up to the same standards. The bearings are adjustable. I’ve seen these Smallism sliders before, but they were always expecting way too much. Seems like they know where they stand and have finally brought prices down below Konova. Although the feet/legs aren’t anything to brag [...]

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03Jul DIY Adjustable Ladder Type Dolly New Mods


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Future mods on the J.G. Pasterjak’s DIY ladder type dolly make it much more functional than before. The new materials used to assemble the dolly allows for it to be used on flat surfaces (when flipped upside down), or on a variety of track widths. The ladder dolly design allows you to use almost anything [...]

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30Jun DIY Mini Camera Track Dolly


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Submitted by YouTube member detomaso4ag, here’s a simple method to create your DIY Mini Video camera track dolly. For those who don’t mind the skate wheels on a pipe track it’s a cheap solution to getting smooth gliding camera movements. The trick is getting the wheels drilled in perfectly to the angle iron. If you’re [...]

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21Jun Camtree Micro Dolly IGUS Slider with Pulley System


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Roller bearing sliders have a love/hate relationship. Some people love the smooth no friction action, and some people hate the inconsistencies they might get without friction. Thanks for Martin for tipping me off on this review. YouTube member AYFilms gives us a review of the Camtree Micro Dolly. We’ve all seen IGUS Drylin based sliders, [...]

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14May Easier than DIY IGUS – Video Camera Slider


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The Konova Roller bearing slider is still one of my favorite Video Camera sliders, but with demand comes rising prices. The IGUS linear guide rails are no secret and are extremely efficient for the price (Much better than the $99 dollar 80/20 aluminum extrusions). For anyone looking to DIY an IGUS rail as a camera [...]

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30Apr Varavon Slidecam ‘Slim’


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Olivia talks to Eric from International Supplies about a few of Varavon’s products. One product is the Slidecam Slim slider that is said to hold up to 41lbs (that’s pretty hefty), comes with a Video Head, legs, and travel bag. This new all aluminum Slim Slider will weigh about 2.5kg and be available in 1m [...]

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20Apr DIY camSlider Project Part I & II


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Looks like a fun little DIY Arduino based motion controlled slider project is unfolding. Starting the platform out with IGUS Drylin W rails and carrier (wider version), and adding in a custom fitted pulley system. My guess is that the programmable controller will eventually be used for Timelapse movements and intervalometer trigger. Part 1 & [...]

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20Apr JuicedLink – Down with DIY


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JuicedLink is definitely down with DIY and looking out for the budget minded. We were actually setup on one of the JuicedLink DIY brackets for NAB2011 on the main camera, but it’s great to hear pricing is even lower with volume pricing now that they’ve become popular. First starting out with DSLR Cage like brackets [...]

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20Apr Konova new Sliders + Skater Dolly


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Konova made a huge impact on the scene when they released their very affordable Roller Bearing slider not long ago. Now they are showing off two new slider versions one for heavier cameras and another for extremely light weight cameras (even down to iPhones). Another optional upgrade they will be offering with their future sliders [...]

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19Feb Test Drive SpiderTrax Clone – Korean Dolly


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The original SpiderTrax Dolly is no longer available via PhotographyAndCinema.com, but the Korean company Konova copied the design pretty much dead on. This would be the better alternative aside from making one on your own. Here’s some friends working with the dolly during Valentine’s day. They let the dolly control all the camera movements with [...]

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18Jan Konova Roller Bearing DSLR Slider – Review


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Ok, I have to keep adding ‘Roller bearing’ to the description of this DSLR slider. Everyone keeps throwing in names like Igus and GlideTrack, but it’s not the same. Those guys don’t use actual ‘Roller bearings’. I know all about the Igus based sliders, and you can find my version on this blog. My current [...]

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