Edelkrone is soon to release its new line of Pocket Series accessories, ranging from the worlds smallest camera slider, to compact a rod setup, to handle and grip support.
We caught a glimpse of the Edelkrone Pocket Series at NAB earlier this year, a selection of products all offering different features that are designed to pack down to under the profile of a DSLR. All products will start shipping from the 29th December.
All are around the same size, the largest being 5.1 x 2 x 1.7 inches (130 x 50 x 45mm), and where applicable all have a load capacity of 6 pounds (2.7kg). Machined from CNC with delrin components and stainless steel screws.
3 joints per leg ensure that the Pocket Skater is versatile for both linear and curved camera moves.
Aluminium lined wheels and bearing ensure a smooth action.
These can be extended and retracted in a variety of ways including a top handle, chest support and belt clip half monopod setup.
Like all of the Pocket Series, the Pocket Support packs down to form factor smaller than a DSLR battery grip.
The legs are adjustable in a way that enables the camera to sit level on uneven terrain and edges of a variety of surfaces.
3 joints per leg also mean you could mount the camera upside down hanging from a wire.
Like all of the Pocket Series the Pocket Handles are designed with no buttons or locks.
The joints move freely and as a result the Pocket Handles can be setup in forward or aft positions as well as beneath your camera, or level like a cage.
Folding the handles back on themselves turns the Pocket Handles into a table top stand.
As with all Pocket Series, they are compatible to work alongside all other products in the respective line.
They’re industry standard 15mm, and are 4.5″ in length; the separate extension pack doubles their length.
The precise measurement of camera movement is 7.9″, which maybe considered small, tiny in fact.
But with a bit of foreground detail in your image, this movement could be highly effective against an otherwise boring static shot.