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April 3, 2012

Home Made Inexpensive Motorized Camera Slider

at 5:36 pm. Filed under DIY Hacks

 

 

With some wood, string, a motor and a few various hardware parts you can build a Home Made Inexpensive Motorized Camera Slider. This will let you get some of the cool shots that you see in the movies and will give your product shots the added touch to make them rise above the rest! Daniel Colvin just built this and documented it so that everyone can make one. Check out the second video on his page to see some video of it in action.

 


 

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6 Responses to “Home Made Inexpensive Motorized Camera Slider”

  1. David G Says:

    you could get the Teflon strips gamers use for gaming mouses use and switch to a more elastic string and smooth the image a little bit.

  2. Aaron K Says:

    +1 David G,

    We use delrin strips at work to achieve smooth movement.
    http://australia.rs-online.com/web/c/?searchTerm=Delrin
    That stuff :)

  3. Ron Says:

    Hmm,
    Or maybe

    1. some model train parts (flatbed car, track, etc.) You could then move the camera around objects as well.

    2. Add green screen background and paint the “table” green.

    Thanks for getting the creative juices flowing.

  4. Bill Says:

    Great :) I love the simplicity

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