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Konova Camera Slider Dolly K2 100cm (39.4 Inch)
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- High quality made of aluminum professional camera slider, high payload to support heavy duty camera system.
- Removable and foldable legs allow the slider to be put in an included carrier for portability.
- Multiple 1/4" and 3/8" screw holes on both ends and middle for various mounting options.
- Two chrome coated shafts in the rail for rust protection and make slider more smooth with 3 roller bearings.
- Supports various accessories for parallax shot, motorized system and flywheel.
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This one is made in Korea by Konova at hight quality. Compare K3 slider, we removed 1 bearing, it made tension control more easily. K2 is our low price model. But the quality is same as K3 & K5. The stable and smooth takes are the basic elements of the
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Design is well thought out. Built in stops are nice, I had to build my own for the IGUS. The legs are detachable and packs very nice into the included carry bag. I now have a portable slider for video.
I have a Cinevate Duzi and it got a small dent in the tracks. I was booked last minute for a gig so I ordered this slider now 100% sure if it was a professional grade, but needing something last minute. I used a Blackmagic Cinema 2.5K camera with a Sigma 18-35 and it was a perfectly smooth slide. Also, because its a VERY HEAVY slider made of all metal I could use it with 1 tripod...but I have a very large head on my tripod - the Manfrotto 502 AH. All in all it works great. The utility legs work like a dream and don't cost extra!
Note: You must mount a tripod head to the carriage in order to use the slider. I use both a fluid head and a ball head on this slider depending on the movement. For horizontal slides, I use the fluid head to pan/tilt for smooth, dynamic shots that again cannot be replicated with any handheld/shoulder rig. For slanted/vertical shots, I use my mini-ball head to keep the camera level at various angles.
Keep in mind that this slider is not meant for large, full body video cameras and should be limited to DSLR use. I use it with my GH2's/GH1 so I have extra capabilities to add accessories with weight to spare.
Bottom line: Do you research choose the appropriate slider for your needs. Any Konova slider will be amazing! Also, remember that you need a quality tripod head to attach to the carriage in order to use the slider.
It seems that the bearings are way too loose (not close enough to the track) causing the slightest touch to push it off axis then back. I've tried holding the base with my hand then sliding, I tried evening the weight on my rig; I tried everything to no avail. The reason why this doesn't work is because as soon as I tilt the camera down or up for certain shots, it's back to being off balance due to the base of the slider.
Now, before you say "tighten the bearings", keep in mind I did. I looked up multiple videos on how to do it and most seemed to be an older (or newer) bearing section. Nevertheless, I tightened them as much as I could and there was barely any change. I'm sorry, but it makes the slider borderline useless due to the amount of times I have to attempt a shot just to "settle" on the least wobbled one.
Another issue is when sliding slow, it's smooth, but it slightly jerks due to the track. Almost like a train when it's on the tracks and you get that "chuck chuck" while riding.
I added a star because the quality of the material used is nice and it feels sturdy. But my advice would be to get a slider a little more expensive so you don't have to deal with this.