A Revolution in Camera Sliders
Why use a flywheel?
A flywheel uses centrifugal force to help stabilize the car as it travels across the slider. It creates inertial momentum that powers through inconsistencies caused by human error. The result is a drastically increased chance of getting a beautiful and smooth slider shot, easily and quickly.
The choice to integrate the flywheel under the car was easy. It meant the end of the need to carry around and assemble a flywheel kit, making for a grab and go flywheel solution. Also, when the flywheel is part of the moving car, it helps provide a more natural and smooth move as it doesn’t have to pull any belts.
15mm solid carbon rails (2)
End blocks (2)
3/8″ mounting stud
Urethane ball feet (6)
Compact 24 & 32 inch lengths
Crafted from CNC machined aluminum and stainless steel
Lightweight & rigid, solid carbon rails
8 precision roller bearings
Center & side mount on a tripod
Micro adjusting urethane ball feet
Upgraded brake secures the camera anywhere on the rails
Cheesed-out top and bottom plate
Integrated bubble level
Modo-Motion Timelapse System
Stow & Go – All Terrain Legs