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Syrp Genie - Motion Control Timelapse and Smooth Real Time Video for Panning and Dolly / Slider
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- Timelapse mode and real-time video mode
- Connects with existing equipment such as sliders, tripods and DIY projects
- Portable form factor. Panning timelapse or linear timelapse.
- HDR, Bulb ramping, ease in / out, auto-start and more!
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|Item Dimensions||4.02 x 4.02 x 4.02 inches|
|Item Weight||2.87 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||5.51 pounds|
The Genie is a simple, portable versatile solution for Motion control time lapse and real time video moves. Simply attach the Genie to any of your existing equipment such as sliders, tripods, cable cams, jib arms or any DIY projects, plug your camera in and transform your gear into motion control equipment. With no external controllers, batteries or wires the Genie can always be a part of your regular camera kit. What's in the box: 1 x Genie motion control device 1 x Panning mount for panning timelapse or real time video shots. 1 x Linear mount for timelapse or real time video along a dolly, slider, track, cable cam or other film equipment. 2 x Slider mounts for rope attachment 1 x 3 meter / 9.8 feet length of high performance rope ---- You will also need: In order to connect your camera to the Genie you will need to purchase a Syrp link cable from our amazon store. Almost all DSLR's are supported please check the specific link cable compatibility under each listing to ensure you select the right link cable. If ordered the same day Syrp Link cable and Genie will ship together. You will also require a ballhead to attach to the top of the Genie. Syrp ballhead is available for purchase from our Amazon store. The Genie is compatible with any ballhead / tripod head with a 3/8 UNC thread on the base.
Top Customer Reviews
-it is very well built, small sized, it is a super hero above your slider.
-i used it for slow video pans , or time lapse photography
-you would need a small flat ball head for your camera to adjust your angles
-i'm planning to have another one, to be able to combine between the linear and the rotary movements :)
-i got mine in a discount for $700, so i'm waiting to hunt the same price again