The Manfrotto MVS100A 100cm Camera Slider is a sturdy, portable solution for adding short-length tracking shots & subtle motion to video with loads up to 9.9kg. It features high-precision steel ball bearings and quiet PSU polymer wheels for smooth camera carriage slides and an adjustable friction system to dial in the right amount of resistance for each slide. The carriage has a maximum travel distance of 86.91cm.
The slider is constructed from machined anodized aluminium and weighs 2.94kg.It can be setup on any flat and level surface or mounted on a tripod via the 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 threads at the centre and ends of the tripod. The threads also allow you to attach a variety of optional accessories.
This kit includes the Manfrotto 325N Video Head Bowl Adapter. Attach your own 75mm or 100mm Bowl Head.
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