The Cinevate Atlas 30 Moco: Motion Control Add-On Kit consists mainly of a motor, timing belts and a controller that enable shooting timelapse, motion control, and stop motion shots on the Atlas 30 camera slider. The same motor performs all three functions, and the controller is programmable to operate all three automatically, while speed and dampening are also manually adjustable on-the-go.
In Timelapse mode, the slowest that Moco can have the slider travel is approximately 150 days per 1 ft of travel -- you won't even notice that the slider is moving. In Video mode, the fastest that Moco can travel is approximately 1.2 seconds per 1 ft. In Stop Motion mode, Moco achieves precision positioning to 0.1 mm.
The Atlas 30 comes in three different lengths -- 35, 47, and 58" -- and Moco comes with a timing belt for each length. So no matter which Atlas 30 you have, you'll have a belt for it. Additional to the motor, belts and controller, Moco also includes a battery and charger, an AC adapter, supporting cables, and a carry pouch. The battery, a 12V, is capable of 40 hours of operation with a low payload in horizontal operation and 2-3 hours with a maximum payload in vertical operation. The payload for both horizontal and vertical mode is the same as that of the Atlas 30 -- 30 lb.
In Timelapse mode, the slowest that Moco can have the slider travel is approximately 150 days per 1 ft (per 30.5 cm)
In Video mode, the fastest that Moco can have the slider travel is approximately 1.2 seconds per 1 ft (per 30.5 cm)
In Stop Motion mode, Moco achieves precision positioning to 0.1 mm
|Working Track Lengths||Three timing belts included, one to loop the length of each type of Atlas 30, which comes in 35, 47, and 58" lengths (89, 119, 147 cm)|
|Payload||In horizontal or vertical operation mode: 30 lb (13.6 kg), identical to that of the Atlas 30|
|Power Supply||11.4 - 24 VDC|
|Current Draw||0.3A - 4A (at 12 VDC)|
|Battery Operating Time||
40 hours (low payload, horizontal operation)
12 hours (in Mixed mode with average payloads)
2-3 hours (upward vertical operation with maximum payload)
|Operation Temperature||-13 to 113°F (-25 to 45°C)|