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Large Table Flex Dolly Video Stabilization System for DSLR Cameras & Camcorders

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  • One (1) Skate Dolly 10 inches
  • Plateform Length: 10 inches
  • Wheel Diameter: 60mm
  • Aluminum axles can also be locked in place
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B009QNK0UM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 14, 2012

Product Description

Skate dolly is a great addition to your Camera and Video shooting. This tabletop dolly is designed to help you create more dynamic tabletop shots, add cool video to your digital skill set, or just make it easy for you to do your own creative projects using a hand-held HD camcorder, video-ready DSLR, or professional video camera. The LARGE loading platform is much better the smaller dolly on the market. It could accommodate large format DSLR cameras.

Anodized aluminum construction
Large Platform 10inch
Wheel Diameter: 60mm
Loading Capacity: 18 lbs
1/4" quick male thread for DSLR/Camcorder
Aluminum axles can also be locked in place
It glides straight or in circles
Completely portable and can be set up in seconds

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Wheels roll nicely.
HIchris808
Imho, it is a great reasonably priced dolly that should be a part of your shooting kit for sure.
indie45
Nice smooth dolly across flat surfaces gets the job done.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Michael Drob on March 14, 2013
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I first bought the smaller version: Premium Flex Skater Dolly Stabilizer Table Top Slider for DSLR Camera WYD150

I wasn't crazy about that one for DSLR use as it was too small/shaky. All the problems I reported there have been solved with this larger one. The size is actually not drastically bigger here, but the width of the track is much larger which reduces shaking. I will post some photos of the 2 of them next to each other so people have an easier time making a decision. If you're looking for a dirt cheap skater dolly for a DSLR, this is the one.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Gadget Guru on October 30, 2013
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I recently purchased this dolly and I have to say I'm very impressed with the value for the price. This isn't some cheap piece of plastic (everything is metal except the adjustment knobs and wheels) like you'd normally expect for around $35.

The main body is a very solid slab of aluminum that will easily support any DSLR, even with a battery grip. I even cradled a full size professional ENG video camera (the big kind that goes on your shoulder) on the unit, facing inline with the wheels with the shoulder mount sitting between the axles. The platform held it with no issues and it rolled perfectly smooth across the floor. With my DSLR, I was able to use a monopod head on it to not only raise it up a bit, but allow me to angle the camera in any direction.

The wheels roll smoothly, though the bearings aren't as smooth as they could be to allow the wheels to spin freely. They don't bind or anything, but you don't get that "infinite spin" that good bearings give you. The unit does roll smoothly, though I'm finding the same thing to be true with this as with tripods and full size dollies: more weight on it makes it move more smoothly, especially on carpet. During long moves, more weight allowed for more consistent speeds, too.

With this dolly, you can turn both sets of wheels in any direction, so geometric arcs are pretty simply to achieve. However, this is where I subtract a star.

While the base plate does have angle markings, they're only tic marks with no actual listings of the actual angle. While the actual angle may not be as important as what works for the shot, having the hashes labled with a numerical value would make it easier to quickly match the settings on both axles.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Tom D on February 5, 2014
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The end result - a smooth tracking shot - is pretty easy to achieve with this dolly (assuming you've got a surface to roll on, of course). So, it can do what you want, that's the overall important part.

But... hey, it's cheap so there are some quirks. Yes, each axel has angle marks, but it's still hard to get the thing set up with both axels parallel and perpendicular to the overall base - in other words, it's hard to get it set up to just run in a perfectly straight line. But with a little fiddling and tweaking, you can get it pretty straight, or at least straight enough to get a shot. The threaded stud that comes on this for mounting is 1/4" diameter, 20 thread per inch ("1/4 20"). Not all tripod heads use this for mounting. My Bogen #3026 ball head, for instance, expects a 3/8" 16 TPI stud. I relocated the supplied stud to a different threaded hole (very handy!) and I'm using a "long" style 1/4 and 3/8 male/male screw adapter, similar to the "Manfrotto 013 Double End Stud 1/4-Inch 20 and 3/8-Inch Adapter Spigot" [...] In an ideal setup, the wheels would be a tad more "viscous" or "fluid" to give just a little more resistance when rolling. But with a little practice you can get smooth with this.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By HIchris808 on June 3, 2013
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I just used this for a wedding video. Smooth. Super smooth. Its not shake, sturdy piece of metal for the base plate. Wheels roll nicely. Must have for videographers.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jonny Carroll on March 3, 2013
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I haven't tested it in the field, but it rolls good around the office. I like that it's larger than most of the dollys out there. Looks like the photo. no blue wheels or anything.
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A large part of the smoothness of your shot will depend on the surface you're rolling this across. From my own tests, even seemingly smooth surfaces like a wood desk or granite countertop can jostle the image a bit.

The best answer for me has been a surface with a slight bit of give--for example, a thin yoga mat on top of a table. With care you can get some perfectly smooth shots...and the curving option gives you options that most sliders won't.
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Love this thing. It's all Metal, locks the axles in place easily, stays locked. Very smooth, even on carpet. It's a lot of fun to play around with to practice getting different tracking shots. make sure you have a decently sized table top to use this thing with if your trying to get a serious shot, or i just threw a piece of plywood and 2 saw horses in the back of my truck and use that out in the field. It's a great addition to my equipment
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By pfloyd on February 7, 2014
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This is a hand little peace of gear to add to your DSLR video kit. Rolls smooth and is easily adjustable!
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