ProMediaGear PMG-DUO 24" Video Slider with Carrying Case

SKU : PRVS24
Replacement Value : $910
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Performance

Travel Distance

20" / 50.8 cm

Curve Radius

20" / 50.8 cm

Travel Angle

58°

Mounting

Tripod Mounting

1 x 3/8"-16 Female Thread

Stand Receiver

2 x 5/8"

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The PMG-DUO 24" Video Slider with Carrying Case from ProMediaGear combines both straight and curved tracks into a single slider body. This dual-action design lets you add traditional slider moves, or dynamic parabolic moves simply by flipping the slider.

Dual-Action Slider

This unique slider features one side with a standard straight track, while the opposing side features a curved track that’s great for interview use. The slider provides 20” of travel distance, giving users on-the-go plenty of movement options.

Durable Construction

For increased strength and durability, the tracks are CNC machined from a solid block of aircraft grade aluminum. Between its compact size, its light weight, and the included carrying case, it’s a perfect option for run-and-gun use.

Easily Adjustable Legs

The built-in legs on the ends adjust to support either side, curved or straight. Each leg is independently adjustable for table-top or ground-level use. These can be folded for compact storage inside the included carrying case.

 Multiple Mounting

The PMG-DUO offers multiple mounting options. There's a 3/8"-16 threaded hole at the center of both the curved and straight sides, and there are also multiple 1/4"-20 threads across both sides. Additionally, 5/8" baby pin support is provided on both ends of the slider, in either curved or straight mode for mounting on stands.

 Slider Carriage

The carriage clamps onto either the straight or curved sides of the track and features three aluminum wheels with precision roller bearings inside each wheel for low resistance and smooth sliding motion. A large knob releases the carriage from the track, for attachment to the other side, while a smaller knob locks it into place.

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