- Camera slider system for mounting camera equipment to use in sliding and panning video applications
- 1,079 lb static load capacity for supporting camera weight
- Dry-lubricated anodized aluminum construction for corrosion resistance and low maintenance care
- 1,000 mm guide rail holds the slider's carriage and any mounted cameras
- Carriage screws adjust to increase or decrease slide friction
Igus DryLin W1040-A Linear Guide Camera Slider
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Linear Guides for Camera Sliders
Perfectly balanced friction - Get that feel you are looking for.
Quiet Operation - Plastic liners are quieter and better at vibration dampening than metal rollers or thin PTFE-lined parts.
No metal-on-metal contact if scratched - Unlike PTFE-lined parts, drylin will not peel.
No oil needed - Although OK to use 3-in-one if you want to try it out.
8-bolt design - Prevents misalignment.
Modular - Easily add other drylin rolling bearings, clamps, and adjustable bearings.
- Smooth gliding
- Low noise
This Igus DryLin W1040-A dry-lubricated camera slider has an anodized aluminum construction, a 1,000 mm long guide rail, and an adjustable carriage to mount video cameras for sliding and panning shots. With a 1,079 lb. static load capacity for supporting camera weight, the slider is dry lubricated for oil-free, low maintenance care, and its anodized aluminum construction is light in weight and resists corrosion and tarnishing. Camera equipment can be mounted to the camera slider's 100 mm carriage plate. The carriage fits onto the 1,000 mm long guide rail for linear sliding that has four plastic bearings to help reduce sliding noise and friction. The camera slider's resistance adjusts by tightening or loosening the carriage's screws on the guide rail with an included Allen wrench, and it comes with four extra bolts to help prevent carriage misalignment. Holes can be drilled in the guide rail to mount the camera slider to tripods (sold separately) or other surfaces. The camera slider system is suitable for amateur and professional video applications.
Igus manufactures polymer chains and cables, linear guides, bearings, and other power transmission products for a variety of industries. The company, founded in 1964, is headquartered in Koln, Germany.
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I will put this to a lot of use in the future.
Time will tell how well it lasts but I'll bring it with me on a couple camping and city trips to see how it works out.
It's lightweight, small, sturdy, easy to mount on a tripod, and supports my D7000 just fine.
The glides are smooth and effortless as long as your camera is balanced.
Its a slider, so keep in mind that your camera must be balanced or else the friction build up if the "carriage" is to heavy on 1 side, will cause inconstant movement.
Its a must have tool for people wanting to add dynamic movements, quick and easy.
Practically within 1 day of receiving the slider, I've made back 3 times it's cost!
I had a small issue with the rail, so after contacting customer support. They sent a replacement within just a few days to my overseas location in Hungary!
Overall, im super happy with this purchase!
I think it's a great product, absolutely satisfied that I've got it in my pack, but knowing what its drawbacks are will also help you use it more effectively and appropriately.