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ProMediaGear PMG-DUO 24" Video Slider with Carrying Case

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ProMediaGear PMG-DUO 24" Video Slider with Carrying Case
Key Features
  • Straight and Curved Tracks (Flippable)
  • Mount One Side, the Other Will Be on Top
  • Curved Track with 20" Radius
  • Independently Adjustable Legs
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.
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ProMediaGear Duo Camera Slider Overview

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.

If you want to use the curved side, mount the straight side on your tripod or stand, and the curved side will be on top. Likewise, mount the curved side on your tripod/stand, and the straight side will be on top. If you want to place the slider on the ground or other surface, the built-in legs on the ends adjust to support either side, curved or straight. Moreover, each leg is independently adjustable for leveling the slider on uneven terrain, and both fold for compact storage inside the included carrying case.

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.

For increased strength and durability, the tracks are CNC machined from a solid block of aircraft grade aluminum. 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.

  • 24" straight track
  • Curved track with 20" radius
  • Curved parabolic motion keeps the subject in focus and stationary in frame
  • Independently adjustable legs for table-top or ground-level use
  • There is one 3/8"-16 thread in the center of each side of the slider, multiple 1/4"-20 threads across both sides, and 5/8" baby pin support on the ends for both sides
  • Three-wheel carriage with precision roller bearings
  • Clamp and locking knobs on carriage
  • Legs fold down for easy storage
  • CNC machined aluminum track
  • Carrying case included
UPC: 609456716116

ProMediaGear Duo Camera Slider Specs

Key Specs
Travel Distance
20" / 50.8 cm
Weight
2.15 lb / 0.975 kg
Travel Angle
58°
Curve Radius
20" / 50.8 cm
Mounting
Tripod Mounting
1x 3/8"-16 Female Thread
Stand Receiver
2x 5/8"
Carriage Weight
11.36 oz / 322 g
Physical
Track Dimensions
L: 24 x W: 5.95 x H: 1.5" / L: 61 x W: 15.11 x H: 3.81 cm
Body Material
Aluminum
Weight
2.15 lb / 0.975 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight
7 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
30 x 9 x 4"

ProMediaGear Duo Camera Slider Reviews

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question

can this be purchased as a motorized unit?
Asked by: Anonymous
There is a motor unit you can buy, that does time lapse and continuous run. However I would recommend the 32 slider because it has a more useful arc radius for interviews.
Answered by: Brian M.
Date published: 2018-08-25

What is the maximum payload for this slider?

What is the maximum payload for this slider?
Asked by: Michael
20 lbs. Max payload support.
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2021-11-18

Can I use the Step Genie II with this track?

Can I use the Step Genie II with this track?
Asked by: Lucious
Yes
Answered by: Nicholas
Date published: 2020-12-22

question

No mention whatsoever of weight capacity? How much does this reliably support?
Asked by: Chris
20 lbs at least, this is avery robust system. In their video, PMG suspended a guy from the slider and slid him back and forth, easily.
Answered by: Jerry W.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

I have a Sony FS5 Video camera. Is it necessary to mount it on a head first, or can I mount it directly on the platform (I have never used a slider before)?
Asked by: Anonymous
You can mount your camera on the slider either way. Your camera can be mounted directly to the carriage using the supplied 1/4-20 Mounting screw or mount a head with the supplied 3/8-16 mounting screw. Your moves will be limited without the flexibility of the head but the slider will work the same.
Answered by: Tony P. ProMediaGear Expert
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

I'm looking to use this during an interview for my second, wide angle. Can anyone confirm that at the right distance from the subject as the camera pan from the curve, will the subject stay in the same framing? And if so, about what the distance from the subject is?
Asked by: Ryon H.
The VS32 PMG-Duo 32 slider is two sliders in one. The straight track is 32 in length. The curved side on the reverse has a radius of 72 or 6 feet. If you keep your subjects or objects centered at a distance of 72 or 6 feet the slider will move slightly around them. This adds a great touch of dynamic movement in your shot.
Answered by: Tony P. ProMediaGear Expert
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

What is the max payload?
Asked by: Allen H.
20 lb. Max. The entire unit is built out of 1 piece aluminum. It's very sturdy and offers a 2 wide track.
Answered by: Tony P. ProMediaGear Expert
Date published: 2018-08-25
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