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The 20" Axler Caterpillar is a compact camera slider that extends to 30" of sliding length when mounted on a tripod or stand.
The Caterpillar is a belt-driven slider offering smooth movement for up to 13 lb loads. In addition to its adjustability in a mobile form factor, the Caterpillar is also designed with a few exceptional features that will provide for increased efficiency and convenience.
One of the outstanding features is a flip-brake that allows you to lock the sliding carriage into a fixed position in an instant. Also, instead of an integrated mounting screw on the sliding carriage, the Caterpillar features a small, pullout quick-release plate with a 1/4"-20 screw and 3/8"-16 bushing. This plate can be attached to cameras or video heads and then inserted into a slot on the carriage, and then it is quickly secured by tightening knobs on the sides of the carriage. The knobs can also be removed and replaced by included set screws to make room for larger tripod heads or cameras.
When used surface-mounted, the Caterpillar offers a sliding length of 18". It comes with screw-in feet that can be adjusted to different heights to compensate for any unevenness on the surface. A bubble level on the sliding carriage allows you to confirm whether you're level.
The Caterpillar has a dual twin-rail design and uses a durable Nylon tether to drive the carriage. It is supplied with a form fitting, zippered carry carry case.
Compact 20" camera slider extends to 30" when used tripod-mounted
Provides smooth movement for up to 13 lb loads
Belt-driven, dual twin-rail design
Flip-brake allows you to lock the sliding carriage into a fixed position in an instant
Small, pullout quick-release plate with a 1/4"-20 screw and 3/8"-16 bushing