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Motorized Camera Slider - juicedLink Slider - DSLR Camera Slider





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Uploaded on Feb 19, 2012 In this video I show a motorized camera slider including how to build it and some test footage. The camera slider is built upon a kit from ( This DIY camera slider is motorized using a servo and some other equipment all listed below. Thanks to Vimeo user Gary Bagelman ( for the configuration. The total cost to build this DSLR camera slider and video slider is listed below.

JuicedLink Slider Kit ($194 + shipping)

5' steel rods ($45.54 + shipping)

Servo, continuous rotation ($66.99 plus shipping)

4.8V 3600mah NiMH Battery Pack ($29.99 + shipping)

Battery Charger (2 parts) ($19.99 and $6.99 + shipping)

Digital Servo Driver ($26.49 + shipping)

Servo Mount Timing Belt Pully (32 Tooth) ($3.95 + shipping)

MXL Timimg Pulley ($6.50 + Shipping)
(search for part A 6T16-026DF2508)

Timing Belt (12' for 5' rods) ($29.88 + shipping)
(search for part A 6Z16-C025)

Plastic Cam Buckle (3/4") ($0.48 each + shipping)

Cable Ties 14.6"

3/4 plywood
Cut two pieces of 3/4" plywood.
Cut 1) 4 1/2" X 1"
Cut 2) 4 1/2 X 5"

Approximate Cost to Build $431.28 plus shipping


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