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Cinevate Inc Duzi Slider v3 (24")

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Cinevate Inc
Cinevate Inc Duzi Slider v3 (24")
Key Features
  • Roller Bearing Sliding System
  • 120 lb Load Capacity
  • 24" Total Track Length
  • Solid 15mm Carbon Fiber Rails
The Cinevate Duzi v3 is a roller bearing slider supporting up to 120 lb loads. It's made of anodized aluminum and features solid 15mm carbon fiber rails providing for both a strong and lightweight system. This version measures 24" in length and will support both small and large cameras.
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Cinevate Inc CIDUZIV3 Overview

The Cinevate Duzi v3 is a roller bearing slider supporting up to 120 lb loads. It's made of anodized aluminum and features solid 15mm carbon fiber rails providing for both a strong and lightweight system. This version measures 24" in length and will support both small and large cameras.

The Duzi comes with six non-scratch, urethane ball feet which are micro-adjustable in height. Two feet attach on each end-block, and two attach to the slider carriage to provide additional support if you want it. The carriage feet attach slightly off-angle and are suspended; so as soon as you mount a camera the weight will ground the feet for an added measure of stability. If you don't need this extra support you can just keep these feet off. The Duzi can also be outfitted with Cinevate's All-Terrain Legs, sold separately, on the ends for more adjustability.

The Duzi has a slider carriage on top and mounting plate on the bottom. The bottom plate features 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 threaded holes for attaching onto a tripod. As an alternative, the end-blocks offer 5/8" through-holes allowing for dual-stand support.

The slider carriage has a tool-less locking brake that allows you to secure your load anywhere along the rails. This brake functions like a lever and just switches from one side to another and is strong enough to lock down even the highest supported loads.

The slider carriage features a 3/8"-16 mounting stud and also an integrated bubble level and 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 mounting threads. Also, the end-blocks have integrated bumpers that will gently and quietly stop the slider carriage when it hits the ends too hard.

The Duzi is also compatible with the Cinevate Modo Motion Timelapse System, sold separately, so you'll be able to incorporate the Modo at any later time if you need.

Key Features

  • Roller bearing slider supporting up to 120 lb loads
  • 8 precision bearings
  • Anodized aluminum body, solid 15mm carbon fiber rails
  • Non-scratch, micro-adjustable urethane ball feet
  • Two feet can be attached to the slider carriage for additional support
  • Tool-less locking brake
  • 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 tripod support
  • Dual-stand support via 5/8" pass-through holes on end-blocks
  • 3/8"-16 mounting stud
  • Integrated bubble-level
  • Integrated bumpers on end-blocks
  • Can be outfitted with optional Cinevate All-Terrain Legs
  • Compatible with Cinevate Motion Timelapse System

Cinevate Inc CIDUZIV3 Specs

Length24"
Load Capacity120 lb (54 kg)
MaterialAnodized aluminum
15 mm solid carbon fiber rails
Mount Type1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 thread single tripod support
5/8" pass-through dual-stand support
1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 accessory mounting threads
3/8"-16 mounting stud
Packaging Info
Package Weight6.95 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)38 x 8 x 6.25"

Cinevate Inc CIDUZIV3 Reviews

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I'm thinking of getting a Duzi V3 slider for interviews. How quiet is it? Since I'll be recording audio, are there any noise issues I should be concerned about?
Asked by: Doug
It's absolutely quiet with virtually little friction noise. We've used it on our b camera set up and use a 701 head with no issues. We usually sync audio from a Sennheiser boom microphone set up above the duzi, and I haven't had to mess with that audio yet. It really is great!
Answered by: Jesus G.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

I am a little undecided between the Duzi v3 and the Rhino Evo Carbon. The Rhino of course is a lot more versatile, with a flywheel and motion kit, but there are some reports of stutter and jerkiness in the resulting video when used at slow speeds. How does the Duzi compare to that? Is it easy to get smooth and slow slides?
Asked by: Shashwat
I can't speak to the Rhino, but I love the Duzi. It's incredibly smooth. This makes slow slides a little more dependent on the operator. But, I can get really nice slides out of it. I've never had a jerkiness issue with the Duzi even when getting sand in it (I hate beach shoots).
Answered by: Josh C.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Does this slider come with a case for transport?
Asked by: David
No, it doesn't have a case for transport.
Answered by: Sergey K.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

The pictures suggest this comes with the all-terrain legs...is that true?
Asked by: Jared M.
No it did not
Answered by: Carlos A M.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Does this come as pictured? It comes with the all-terrain legs like in the picture?
Asked by: Bjorn Z.
It comes with the Standard legs, not the All Terrain legs. Those can be ordered for $119 additionally.I will alert the B&H webteam as to the error. Thank you for asking and we apologize for any inconvenience.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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