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MOZA Slypod Hands-on Review

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See the full review: https://www.newsshooter.com/2020/02/06/moza-slypod-hands-on-review/

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The Moza Slypod is like nothing I’ve ever seen before. It’s a retracting motorized rod that doubles in length at different speeds. It can be used as a slider, jib, dolly, and even on a monopod with the included feet. In some ways, it’s a little easier to do moves with it than using a traditional slider. One move that I find challenging is the over the top slide. This takes a lot of rigging to mount a slider upside-down and pull it off with a conventional slider; however, with the MOZA Slypod, it’s a simple setup. Before I start the review, I have to let you know it wasn’t all smooth sailing with the Slypod; however, in the end, I think the device is revolutionary, and I applaud MOZA for the innovation. 


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Hi dear I'd like to share SEEDER robotic jib. The robotic crane system consists of one U type robotic pan tilt head, one adjustable jib, one smart support base, one control unit or control software that have been developed for daily use in different type of broadcast studios, remote photography and so on. The robotic crane system can be remotely controlled by one person.

It provides ultra-smooth and continual motion through integrating AI technology in it. It allows an operator to easily create dynamic moves such as W or S without losing camera orientation. Movements that have been saved can be triggered with just one click or even automatically. New movements are created within minutes and existing ones can be modified easily. Optical and dynamic collision avoidance technogy makes the equipment run safety and stably.

About its curvilinear motions, it is continuous curvilinear motions. It refers to the continuous point movement from point A to B to C to D to.., rather than stopping at each point and then continuing to shoot. Otherwise, it is linear motion. That's the point!

Another point is anti-shake technology. In the case of FAST start/stop instead of SLOW start/stop, there should be no shaking picture during shooting, especially the long focus end motion anti shake.

These features make the shooting in studios more stable and easy to use. It saves manpower and improves efficiency.

Thank you!


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