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Rhino Ultimate Slider Bundle
What's in it?
A camera slider is one of the first tools most filmmakers purchase when looking to add "production value" to their films. The stable sliding movement directs your audience's eyes is a very intentional way that adds to your story.
Rhino Slider is built on the patented Modular Rail platform. This allows you to swap rails in minutes when you need a different length of camera slider or need more load capacity.
Versatility comes standard on Rhino Slider. This includes flush-folding all-terrain legs. They're spring loaded for easy deployment and the self-leveling grip to any surface. Using the legs allows you to get a stable low angled shot that's not normally possible without a tripod.
Rhino Slider is built with only the finest, most reliable materials. All of the core components are machined out of solid billet aluminum. They're bead blasted to deburr any hard edges which creates a lustrous satin finish. Next, they're anodized which protects the raw material from oxidizing and creates a hard surface to resist wear and the elements.
All of our rails are precision ground to a tolerance smaller than a human hair. This extreme attention to detail ensures your camera slider will be buttery smooth every time you use it.
Rhino Focus is an electronic follow focus that works with Rhino Arc II. It’s a must have accessory that allows you to capture more dynamic shots with perfectly executed focus pulls. It enables you to keyframe your focus when using Arc II on a slider or a tripod.
When using Rack Mode on Arc II you are able to set two focus points and your focus will automatically shift between the points as you pan or tilt in real time. This lets you capture more b-roll in less time by making sure you hit your focus point every time.
- Ultra precise high torque motor
- Installs in seconds
- 15mm carbon fiber rail
- Dimensions: 10.1 x 3.8 x 3.8cm
- Weight: 0.25 kg
- Compatibility: .8 gear pitch
- Rhino Focus
- 1 adjustable rubber lens gear
- Rhino Branded Box
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