Would love to know more. We use the Atlas FLT.
It definitely works with the FLT. For most of the product testing I used the FLT since it was so light, even with all of the Moco components. You can still center mount it on most tripods with the belt attached. If you do plan on using it low/on the ground you will need the All Terrain Legs since the regular ball feet are too short to with with the motor attached. With Moco’s servo motor, FLT maintains its 20 lb weight capacity while horizontal and supports 15 lb in vertical operation. There’s a few quick points on the FLT Moco unit. You can check out the product listing here – http://www.cinevate.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=365
If you have any more questions just let me know.
Your more info links don’t really provide any real info.
Hi Tim. The ‘more info’ that we’re referring to are things like pricing, availability, photos, features and what the kits include 🙂
Was there additional information you were looking ?
Your motion control set up looks very nice. I am considering getting one in the near future, so I am doing some researching. I am curious as to how the controls actually work. Supposedly you can control with a tablet if you have right equipment.
Also there isn’t any info or pricing for DitoGear Evolution, DragonFrame, DitoGear OminHead, and from what I can see they don’t appear in any package. Thus it is hard to see how they fit into one of the packages and how much they add to the cost.
We’ll be posting more information shortly, including some controller detail along with images and video. In the mean time, you can actually see the Controller in action on Dito’s OmniSlider in this video –
– The setup is nearly the same and the shooting modes are identical.
The other accessories available through from DitoGear are mostly available on their website already http://ditogear.com/products/omnihead/ for example. We are still looking at carrying some of these with our Moco add-ons.
Hopefully that helps, but let us know if you have anymore questions.
Here is another clip that shows more of the functionality in depth:
I have seen time lapse videos with motion on the camera and wondered how they did it. This is the answer!
I am excited about using Moco in stop-motion animation and time-lapse photography. In the past I have used the Indie slider but that is all manually operated. Having the computerized motions is extremely helpful.
Hi, Im from Brazil. I was wondering that the Cinevate Motion Control was avaiable at B&H but only today Ive noticed that is not. Im leaving tomorrow and trying to take a kit with me. I wish to know if theres a store where I can buy it tomorrow morning. Thanks!
Hi Rogerio, Cinevate Motion Control (Moco) is available at B&H however we are still in the process of stocking our Cinevate dealers so they don’t currently have product on hand.
I would recommend that you email our customer service man Jeremy at sales @ cinevate . com and from there he can determine the best and fastest way to get you Moco 🙂 Also feel free to call him at 807-344-7153 (extension 0) if you’d like.
I’m wondering what the best support for the Moco would be. Currently, I have the Atlas (10 or FLT I don’t know… it’s one of the two) and I bought the spud adapters to attach each end to a light stand. This works OK, but I’d like to know what is the best, most rock solid support system for each end, especially if I add the Moco unit for motion control. Is it C-stands? Tripod legs on each end? Or a certain brand of light stand that’s better than the ones I have now?
If you’re looking for the “most rock solid support system for each end”, then I would recommend dual tripods. You can attach the tripod plate securely to the bottom of the Moco motor plate and to the bottom of the drive wheel plate via the 1/4-20 holes.
I hope that helps. If you need further assistance please email us at sales @ cinevate . com and either myself or Angela will look after you 🙂
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