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Dana Dolly$95.00 Per Day *
Rent a Dana Dolly for running your camera on a rail system that’s adaptable to multiple lengths! The Dana Dolly can be run on PVC or ABS pipe, or of course on the Dana Dolly track kit that we offer! Note that if you need to rent the dolly track, please add it to the quote as this does not include it. Please also let us know if you need light stands for mounting it. This kit comes with the universal track ends and 100mm and 75mm bowls for various tripod sizes.
Kessler Second Shooter 3 Axis Motor Slider$150.00 Per Day *
Do you want a clean, motor controlled repetition of the same gorgeous shot over and over? Or do you just want to control your camera movement from a joystick? Short answer… YES! This affordable MoCo (motion control) system is simple to learn, easy to setup and fast to use overall.
Cinevate Ballare Track Dolly$65.00 Per Day *
If you want to run a heavy camera setup on a track, but don’t want to deal with the weight of a doorway dolly and additional wheels, this is the dolly for you. Smooth, simple to set up and comes with 9′ of track. If you are running an Arri, Red or larger Sony camera, rent this dolly.
Black Bear K100 Koala Doorway Dolly$95.00 Per Day *
Rent a doorway dolly for nice long smooth tracking shots. But if you want all that and light weight with ultra portability, you want the Black Bear dolly! This is one of those very rare items that we discover at NAB and decide we MUST HAVE. Yes, maybe you’re lazy like us and don’t want a doorway dolly that needs two people to hump it around set. Or maybe you just really enjoy well made gear. Either way, you’ll love this. It comes with steering assembly. Unlike our base doorway dolly TRACK WHEELS ARE AVAILABLE FOR THIS. Yes, if you are renting track (or have your own) let us know and we’ll include the track wheel assembly.
Konova K5 5 Foot Slider$65.00 This Product is Discontinued
It’s the longest slider in the photo… the others are for reference! The beauty of this slider is that it recreates almost the same amount of camera movement as an 8′ dolly track (once you factor in wheelbase on the dolly track), except that unlike a dolly, it sets up in about 5 minutes, not half an hour.