Rat Rig 39" Single Rail V-Slider

Rat Rig 39" Single Rail V-Slider & Legs Kit

Rat Rig 39" Single Rail V-Slider & Legs Kit

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Rat Rig 39" Single Rail V-Slider & Legs Kit

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Rat Rig 39" Single Rail V-Slider & Legs Kit Rat Rig 39" Single Rail V-Slider Rat Rig V-Slider Leg Kit

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  • Place Directly on Ground or with Legs
  • Micro-Adjust Feet for Balancing Out
  • Ball Bearing Slider Carriage
  • 26.5 lb Payload
  • 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 Holes on Bottom
  • Single and Dual Tripod Mounting
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  • 1Description

The 39" V-Slider is a single-rail slider that can be placed directly on the ground without any legs. It features a ball bearing slider carriage and provides smooth glides for up to 26.5 lb loads. It also offers 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 threaded holes on the bottom for single and dual tripod mounting. This B&H Kit combines the Rat Rig 39" Single Rail V-Slider with dedicated V-Slider Legs that will let you use the slider on uneven surfaces. Furthermore, the legs have micro-adjust feet that allow you to balance out on such surfaces.

  • Rat Rig 39" Single Rail V-Slider

    Use this 39" Single Rail V-Slider from Rat Rig to bring smooth, linear moves to your DSLR/small camcorder video shoot. The aluminum V-slot style rail can support a load up to 26.5 lb, and may be used with or without the optional leg kit. The 39" Single Rail V-Slider's carriage features eight ball bearings (two in each wheel) for a smooth ride, and a heavy-duty brake. Mount your camera, ball head, or other camera mount to the carriage's 1/4"-20 stud.

    The rail includes both 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 threaded center holes for mounting to single tripod. Use the additional two 1/4"-20 holes at the ends of the rail to mount the slider between two tripods. The 39" Single Rail V-Slider is compatible with Rat Rig's motorizing kits (not included).

    Note: Slider legs are not included


    Supports camera rigs of weights up to 26.5 lb
    Sturdy, lightweight aluminum rail with V-slot design
    Carriage includes a 1/4"-20 camera mount, four ball bearing wheels, and a heavy-duty brake
    Support on one tripod using the center 3/8"-16 or 1/4"-20 mount, or brace between two tripods using the 1/4"-20 rail-end mounts
    Add electronic control using an optional Rat Rig motorizing kit
    UPC: 815206022196
  • Rat Rig V-Slider Leg Kit

    The V-Slider Leg Kit from Rat Rig works with any model Rat Rig V-Slider. Attach the legs to use the V-Slider without mounting it on a tripod. This pair of anodized aluminum legs feature adjustable height legs with locking nuts (handy for uneven surfaces), and easy-to-use stainless steel thumbscrews. The V-Slider Legs attach to the end of the slider rail with the included hex screws.

    Note: Additional hardware is required for mounting to V-Slider Mini

    Compatible V-Sliders
    Standard, Mini, Dual Mini, Express, and motorized V-Sliders 1
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  • 1Description
  • Rat Rig 39" Single Rail V-Slider
    Material of Construction Anodized aluminum
    Stainless steel
    Maximum Load Capacity 26.5 lb (12 kg)
    Mounting Screw Carriage:
    1 x 1/4"-20

    Rail Center:
    1 x 3/8"-16
    1 x 1/4"-20

    Rail Ends:
    2 x 1/4"-20 mounts
    Wheel Ball Bearings 2 x Each wheel (8 total)
    Length 39" (100 cm)
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 41.5 x 4.5 x 4.5"
  • Rat Rig V-Slider Leg Kit
    Material of Construction Anodized aluminum
    Stainless steel
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.5 x 5.2 x 2.4"
39" Single Rail V-Slider & Legs Kit is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great slider, Okay legs The slider is nice and smooth and feels pretty sturdy despite it's small size. The slider itself is surprisingly light weight. It doesn't feel like it can support the claimed 44lbs. I haven't put that much weight on it but it did easily support my Sony FS5 with Canon 24-70mm and fluid head. The legs on the other hand are a little to narrow. They can be a little wobbly. I would say be aware of this when using just the legs. When I put the slider on two light stands it is supper stable.
Date published: 2017-11-21
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