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CAME-TV Remote Controlled Slider for DJI RS2 Launched

August 16th, 2021 Jump to Comment Section
CAME-TV Remote Controlled Slider for DJI RS2 Launched

CAME-TV just launched the Remote Controlled Slider for DJI RS2: a motorized remote slider that uses the DJI RS2 as a robotic pan and tilt head. Let’s talk about its features.

Packaged as a complete travel kit, the expandable Remote Controlled Slider for DJI RS2 comes with rail components to build 11’ of track. The included six-leg posts allow you to rise the dolly track up to a height of 2.62’, additionally, the track supports can easily connect to c-stands to take you to any height.

Key Features

  • Extendable 11.4’ Track (4x 667mm, 1x 800mm sections)
  • 6-leg posts included
  • 2.4Ghz Remote control with 164’ range
  • 75mm & 100mm Bowl included
  • AB Point positioning
  • Sold as a Travel kit

The Dana Dolly-like system relies on a synchronous belt and motor to move along the rails. All of the motors, cables, antenna, and connecting components fit inside of a durable carrying case.

CAME-TV constructed a very straightforward 2.4 GHz remote that controls the motion of the dolly, as well as the movement of the DJI RS2 together. The remote can set A and B points to allow you to program repeatable moves and other standard functions, and CAME-TV claims an operating range of up to 164’.

Though the system has been designed for the RS2, the Remote Controlled Slider offers compatibility with any camera. The included 75mm & 100mm ball adaptors allow you to mount a wide range of tripod heads, and the system supports payloads up to 110.2lbs.

On location and live events

Setting up and deconstructing any large dolly system is never an easy feat. A rig like this will take time to built during your shoot. CAME-TV built this system for people, who need to make large, repeatable dolly moves for live event shoots. But this could also make switching from gimbal shots to dolly shots a breeze.

The CAME-TV Remote Controlled Slider for DJI RS2 is available for purchase now and costs $1,899. They also sell a shorter five-foot version for $1,260.

What do you think? Would you like to be able to turn your DJI RS2 into a portable dolly system? Let us know in the comments below.

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