Rollei Kamera Slider S Videoschlitten
- For smooth, vibration-free and stuffed animal free videos you succeed with your DSLR, system camera or digital camcorder
- Rail can be aligned horizontally, vertically and diagonally
- Legs are individually adjustable in height, which is flexible to adjust to any situation
A Smooth, Professional Video Slider
Smooth panning shots can look incredibly professional, and thanks to the simple and intuitive design of the Rollei Camera Slider, they can also be straightforward to capture as well. With this low-noise video rail, vibrations and imperfections will be a thing of the past. Simply attach a DSLR camera to the ¼ inch connector and adjust for a range of capture possibilities, whether on a tripod or at ground-level with the foot rests provided.
Adjust for the Perfect Angle
A photographer will often spot endless opportunities to capture stunning slide shots throughout the day, but each opportunity will require specific adjustments to their slide. Thankfully, the Rollei Camera Slider is secure and reliable enough to be mounted horizontally, vertically and diagonally for many eventualities. Whether the camera is panning to survey a picturesque wooded scene or revealing a stunning vista, the flexibility of this camera rail is wide-ranging.
Easily Capture Ground Shots
At ground-level, terrain can often be rough and uneven, presenting a problem for shots not on a tripod. With the Rollei Camera Slider, this problem is overcome thanks to the adjustable footrests provided that can be easily attached with locking screws. On the mount, there is a screw for adjusting sliding-speeds, ideal for extending panning-time for detailed scenes.
A Simple, Yet Extremely Useful Photography and Video Device
Taking professional shots outside can often mean carrying lots of equipment, so with a weight of 9kg and an easy to assemble design, the Rollei Camera Slider is a welcome relief while on the move. To capture those sleek and professional moving shots, whether indoors or outdoors, experience the smooth action of this DSLR camera slider.
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