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By Glenn L
November 16, 2017
I've never used anything like this before. In terms of photography, I consider myself at best, an enthusiastic amateur. I've seen people use sliders and they always look so cumbersome. I saw one like this online, but it was way beyond my budget, so when I found this, at a fraction of the cost of others I thought I'd give it a go. Arrived in a nice box, with foam inserts, which contained the slider, a ball joint swivel and a 3/8-1/4 inch converter. I was surprised at how heavy it was, however the quality of the machining is superb and operating it by hand, the movement was very smooth and fluid. Sadly, the weight was too much for my tripod, which has a quick release plate (plastic), soif you're looking to buy this, make sure you have a decent tripod. I'd also recommend one with a direct 3/8 fitting, as I had to use the adaptor and felt that the 1/4 screw on my mount was a tad flimsy. The slider operates via a belt system, which turns the relevant connection (panning or linear) as you operate it.. Depending on what angle you set your camera to, will affect the end result. I tested this in both modes with my camera pointed at a fixed object, which was central at the start point. I quite liked the results, although clearly I do need to practice further with it. One mistake I made was not supporting the front (camera end) of the slider as I operated it. This resulted in some minor wobbles which were amplified on playback of my recordings - I've left them in on my video - as I say, this will take practice. Overall, I'm very happy with it. Thankfully there are a few decent video's online of systems like this and I'll be studying them carefully to pick up some tips and tricks to improve my use.
By K. Müller
September 27, 2017
Um ruckelfrei auch bewegte Videoaufnahmen zu machen und auch Fotos, ohne das Stativ andauernd verstellen zu müssen, habe ich mir diesen Slider gekauft, der mir von der Beschreibung her sehr hochwertig und robust erscheint. Nach meiner Bestellung erhielt ich ihn nach nur kurzer Zeit sicher, zuverlässig und auch schnell nach Hause gesandt. Bislang wurde ich nicht enttäuscht. Wichtig ist es jedoch, den Slider auch auf einem schweren, robusten Stativ zu montieren, da dieser selbst einiges an Gewicht mitbringt, das auch gehalten werden will. Unsere Nikon D5500 hält es gut und Videos als auch Fotos lassen sich damit sehr gut produzieren. Insbesondere Videos werden durch die dadurch mögliche gute, langsame und vor allem ruckelfreie Führung gleichmäßig und beeindruckend und wirken nicht wie Amateuraufnahmen, als wenn ich die Führung mit der Hand mache. Ich bin mit dem Gerät zufrieden und finde den Preis angemessen. Der Preis ist fair veranschlagt.
September 20, 2017
Really creative and useful photography and video aid, I love photography and taking video and my aspirations of production are somewhat out striped by my creative ability, I wanted something that would assist me with panning and linear motion video capture and photographs of objects from different angles keeping the same perspective and although for myself this was expensive it’s still a fraction of professional gear to do the same job. It comes in a lift top box packed in custom foam along with a mini ball head for connecting the camera and a screw adapter taking the 3/8 inch screw hole to a 1/4 inch screw thread for a standard tripod fitting, I would say that you really need a wide base tripod for this to avoid topple and tilt strain movement and the tripods with a quick release catch will just bend with the weight at full extension. The andoer camera slider is a heavy bit of kit but also precision manufactured to give a smooth glide across the panning or linear motion movement you can instantly see the high quality movement and finishing, I have a small tripod with a 3/8 inch screw which it fits straight onto but while taking shots have to hold the base solid to avoid movement which I am getting better at, I am planning to get a larger wide base tripod but my main objective for getting this is some close in macro shots and panning motion shots on ground level. I found the motion really smooth and am finding I am getting better at running a smooth motion at a steady speed although I do expect to vastly improve the more I use it. I fitted my GoPro Hero5 to it and have recorded some different shots with different settings on the camera showing panning and linear motion using my small tripod and have been really impressed with the quality it produces.
May 31, 2017
Ich habe mich nach langem hin und her für diese Art von Slider entschieden. Die Lieferung und die Verpackung waren, wie eigentlich immer, super. Auspacken und loslegen, das funktioniert hier durchaus. Die Funktionen sind selbsterklärend, allerdings ist der mitgelieferte Kugelkopf nur etwas für die ersten Versuche. Hier sollte man in Einen besseren investieren. Montieren sollte man den Slider auf einem stabilen Stativ, ich verwende z.B. Eines von Manfrotto. Mir als absoluten Slider-Anfänger gelingen damit sehr schöne, gleichmäßige Kamerafahrten und das ohne ewiges Übungen. Diese Kamerafahrten werten jedes Video erheblich auf und sehen einfach nur beeindruckend aus. Gibt es etwas negatives zu erwähnen? Das Einzige was mir aufgefallen ist, das einige Kanten des Sliders etwas schärf geraten sind. Jedoch muss man hier keines Wegs Angst haben, sich zu verletzen. Ich würde mir den Andoer GT-V70 wieder kaufen und kann ihn weiterempfehlen.
December 1, 2017
Llegó en 6 días! Ésta versión del GT V70 se ve mucho más profesional y sofisticada. Al adquirirlo uno debe tener en cuenta lo siguiente: Por su tamaño, da la impresión de estar pesado. No tiene resistencia, por lo que tus movimientos dependerán de tu adaptación al sistema y pericia. Gran equipo. Vuelvo a comprar en TOMTOP!No debiera usarse con cabezas fluídas en el tornillo de la opción de paneo, pues al ser un tornillo que gira, se dificulta la extracción de la cabeza. Por lo que es necesario traer consigo la herramienta necesaria.Un producto mejorable pero altamente recomendable!
By Jeremy Mullens
September 21, 2017
Bought this hoping I could fit a HDSLR slider that would be able travel better on my KLR 650. This thing packs up nice and small and works well on a heavy duty tripod - not the travel tripod that I was hoping. It's heavy. That's the only reason I'm giving it 4 stars. Once I hooked it up I found it to be FREEKING AWESOME. The slides are super smooth, there are two different positions for panning or linear. You will need the 3/8 adapter of you don't have that in your gear. It locks tight allowing for easy packing. It slides nearly 2 feet froom start to finish - maybe more. Pro: Packs tight, works very well. Cons: Much heavier than expected. Needs a sturdy tripod - won't work well with a travel tripod.
August 31, 2017
After waiting with anticipation for this to arrive so I could play with it, I have been let down with my own equipment! More about that further down. When you open this, everything about it says good design and build quality. I did a lot of research on this before I bought it because although this is really great value at £102, you can spend an awful lot more on this style of slider and I didn't want to be caught out. As I do not claim to be a professional, I do not want to pay professional money for things. It come well packaged and protected from bumps and drops but the only negative thing I will say in the whole of the review is that it doesn't come with instructions, which are always nice to have a read through when you have something like this. It locks down at just under 9.5" and gives the effect of nearly 4 times its length when in use. I got it out straight away and fixed it to my tripod using the 3/8's adaptor that is supplied. That is when I realised that I need to invest some more money in my photography to use this.
By Stefan H.
June 7, 2017
Im Vergleich zu einem Edelkrone Wing extrem günstig. Er funktioniert nach dem gleichen Prinzip, auch wenn hier die Verarbeitung nicht ganz so Mega ist wie beim Edelkrone. Da lösen sich schon mal hier und da ein paar kleine Schrauben, die aber schnell wieder nachgezogen sind. Das einzige was wirklich der Ultramist an dem Slider hier ist, ist der mitgelieferte Kugelkopf, dieser ist totaler Kernschrott, er hält kaum ein Smartphone fest und ist einfach nur schlecht zu justieren, das geht deutlich besser. Deswegen habe ich mir diesen Kugekopf nachträglich zugekauft: Zecti Mini Stativ Kugelkopf mit Schnelllöseplatte 1/4 Zoll Schraubhalterung für DSLR Kameras und Camcorder bis zu 3kg Naja und damit ist das Handling einfach 1000x besser
April 14, 2017
I am very pleased with this device. It is a much more cost effective alternative to the Edelkrone wing. I cannot vouch for the quality as I do not own the Edelkrone, but I am able to achieve the shots with the smoothness I desire with this device. This device has "re-energized" my slider creativity and usage. This device is sturdy, yet easy to pack and setup. The slider action is very smooth in my opinion, the attached handle helps to keep shaky hands at bay. I really enjoy the automatic orbiting and panning action that is built into the slider, as these were things that I would have to do manually with my previous slider. For Self-funded DSLR video shooters, this is a great option.
March 27, 2017
3/8から1/4への変換にはマンフロットのアダプターを使用 Manfrotto スペシャルアダプター 088LBP 国産の三脚にしっかり固定できました。商品の仕上がり状態は手作業組み立てなので少し小さな擦り傷などがありますが、特に気になることはありませんでした。ただ重量が約1.2KGあるので旅行用の小型三脚は使用できません。特に伸ばした状態では重量モーメントがかかるので簡単に倒れます。中型以上の耐荷重４ＫＧ以上のものが必要です。また動かす方向と三脚の脚の位置には気をつける必要があります。また重いのでクイックリリースのできる雲台で使用したほうが脱着に時間がかからないと思います。その雲台も耐荷重４ＫＧ以上のものが必要でしょう。雲台を介する理由は、三脚の脚の調整だけで水平を出すのが困難だからです。私もこの際マンフロットの１９０シリーズを購入します。 Manfrotto 三脚 190Go! アルミ 4段 ボール雲台キット MK190GOA4TB-BH （ローアングルで撮る必要があるため。）動作についてはしっかりした地面に設置し、しっかりとした三脚を使用すればブレなども防げます。動かすには力を加える方向と力加減の練習は必要です。私はマイクロフォーサーズ機なのでバランスには問題ありませんでしたが、フルサイズ機の場合軽いレンズしか使用できないと思います。しかし使いこなせばいいカットがとれるでしょう。使うのが楽しみです。携帯には大型レンズポーチに入れて持ち運びます。商品にバラつきがあるとのコメントもありますが、私のは当りでした。この商品をデザインした方に感謝です。また本格的に使用した上でレポートしたいと思います。 追伸：すべてのねじが緩んでいます。よって運用時に多少の「がたつき」を発見。２ｍｍ六角レンチで増す締めをして改善されました。しかし全伸時に傾きが発生します。カメラを支えるようにして動かさないと傾きが大きくなります。スライダー量をやや少なめにした方が良いようです。
By Jon Crowe
March 23, 2017
As a professional videographer, I shoot a lot of weddings and such. I have a nice long straight rail slider that i normally use. I decided to try the Andoer Track dolly out. Is is superbly built! Solid, all metal, precision-geared manufacturing. I was impressed. It is heavy, which can be considered a pro and a con. Pro that it doesn't bend or flex, but con that you definitely have to have a very sturdy tripod. VERY STURDY. STEP 1: The dolly only has a 3/8" mounting screw, so I had to initially remove the head of the tripod I was going to attach it to. Granted it would be nice to have a 1/4" mounting option also, but I think the beefier the connection point the better. Once mounted onto the 3/8" thread, I couldn't figure out what the brass set screw is for at the mounting point. Tightened and loose, nothing seems to change in the operation of the slider. Weird... I would have read the manual for the slider, however it doesn't come with any documentation at all. Yes, I get how simple the use of the slider is, but I'd love to know the purpose of the brass set screw. I first tested it out on my MeFOTO Backpacker tripod because it was the closest tripod to me. Even without a camera on it, the small tripod (set at about 3' high) would tip over as I slid the dolly back and forth. Widening the tripod legs and lowering the center of gravity, I continued my testing. STEP 2: I attached the included little ball head 1/4" mount to the linear screw on the dolly. It already feels a little flimsy, and I noticed that the linear screw would rotate side tot side slightly with no motion of the dolly. (See the first few seconds of the 5D video as I can slightly rotate the camera before I begin sliding. NOTE- the Panning screw doesn't have this loose play in it.) STEP 3: I went all out and attached my Canon 5D MkIII to the ball head. Now, my camera has a battery grip on it, plus I have a 24-70mm L series lens on it. The whole camera weighs in at 4.4lbs., and yes, I know that is way above the recommended weight for the dolly. The little ball head couldn't successfully keep the 5D pointed up, it slipped constantly. Also, the dolly, when fully extended to either side, seemed to sag under the weight of the large camera. However, on the plus side- the dolly slid back and forth relatively smoothly. I'll attach actual test video footage of the 5D on the dolly. STEP 4: I swapped out the 5D for a Canon T5i with a battery grip and with a 50mm prime lens on it. (1.5lbs total weight) This camera was idealy suited for this slider! Despite the initial "wiggle" in the linear screw (as mentioned above) the sliding motion was smooth and relatively effortless. I'll attach a couple test videos from the T5i for linear movement and for panning movement. REVIEW: The PROS are: -Heavy construction, solid build, smooth operation, great video results, minimal moving parts, super compact, great for small DSLR or GoPro or smart phones, fast shipping, great packaging, easy and quick set-up, great value for the cost. The CONS are: No documentation, can't handle large DSLR, wiggle in the linear screw, flimsy ball head included. I can't fault them for it not supporting my heavier camera. The wiggle in the linear screw could be a manufacturing anomaly, I don't know. I am frustrated by the brass set screw, with no explanation.
By Dread Worf
March 13, 2017
This thing is amazing when used with a suitable tripod and camera. The unit itself is made of rigid metal and does not flex or wobble. You need a sturdy, no-nonsense metal tripod, preferably with a height-adjustable center rod and a leveling bowl instead of a panning head. The Andoer Slider comes with a small ball mount for the camera, but it's only suitable for something as small as a Go-Pro. To mount a lightweight mirrorless or DSLR camera, you want a sturdy pivot mount to adjust the forward tilt of the camera. In practice, you should level the tripod and/or leveling bowl before mounting the Andoer Slider, insuring it will be perfectly perpendicular to the floor. The weight of the camera should be centered on the pivot mount, and it should point directly forward when the slider is folded with the locking pin in place. There is a small metal hand knob at the top rear of the slider, used to rotate the slider arms to produce the sliding movement of the camera. There are two mounts for the camera on the top front of the slider. The mount at the front end is used for straight horizontal movement, simulating a traditional linear slider. The mount closer to the center produces an inverted panning arc, where the camer arcs in the opposite direction to the movement of the slider. This creates a circular arc around your subject which no linear slider can duplicate. The camera motion is silky smooth, totally quiet, and absolutely mesmerizing to watch. The only limitation is the size and weight of the camera, which ideally should be as light as practical. 500 grams combined camera and lens weight is fine, much more than that and the system may become top heavy at the extreme extension of the slider. Once you have the right gear and align it properly, the Andoer Slider works flawlessly. In fact, its main drawback is that the movement is so fluid and resistance free that the camera cannot be left securely in an unlocked position. After disengaging the locking pin, you should actively control the movement of the camera at all times, rather than guide it to a position and expect it to stay there by virtue of mechanical friction. But once you start using it to track your subject, you won't want to take your hands off it!
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