Sevenoak Power Video Camera Slider -

  The ‘World’s Lightest Slider,’ Offers Unmatched Portability to the Time-Lapse Adventurer
  That effectively summarizes the camera slider market. And despite the multitude of sliders already on the market, Capture Beyond Limits hopes their Sevenoak Camera Slider will make its mark in the world by raising the portability bar to new heights.
  Constructed out of aluminum and carbon fiber, the Sevenoak motion controlled slider is deemed ‘The World’s Lightest Slider.’ And while we can’t confirm the claim outright, coming in at just 3.2 lbs for the motorized version and 2.2 lbs for the non-motorized version, it’s definitely one of the lightest out there.
  In addition to being light, the Sevenoak Camera slider is designed to be setup in less than a minute to ensure you don’t miss a single moment. To do this, the setup is quite simple, consisting of a primitive rope-and-pulley system and a simple motor that can be powered with a single 9-volt battery.
  The video above runs through them all, but here are some highlights as well as additional information/improvements on a few of them:
  Sevenoak Motorized Camera Slider SK-MTS100
  Sevenoak SK-MTS100 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.
SEVENOAK camera slider

  Use a Tripod as a Camera Slider: In the video, they just suggest rotating the tripod on two of its feet if you want to slide your camera to get dolly-like effects with video. That's great, but only provides a small range of motion. We prefer furniture sliders.
  Use a Kitchen Timer as an Auto-Panning Camera Mount: Works well for time lapse photos, and definitely saves you a ton of cash, but unfortunately you can't beat the pro gear entirely on this one. Things get a little choppy if your time intervals are too far apart, but you'll need to pay for the real thing if you want versatility.

  Store SD Cards in Your Camera's Body Cap: You're not using your body cap if you have a lens on your camera, so store SD cards in it. Some body caps only come with one side so you'll need a lans cap to seal it as well, but that depends on the camera you've got. Most DSLRs come with a body cap and a top for it. Store your SD cards in there and you'll never lose either.
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