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Axler 30" Lightweight Carbon Fiber Camera Slider

BH #AXCSCF30LW • MFR #CS-CF-30LW
Axler 30" Lightweight Carbon Fiber Camera Slider
Key Features
  • Roller-Bearing Sliding System
  • 4 x Track Rollers
  • 2 x Tension Rollers
  • 18 lb Load Capacity
This Axler 30" Lightweight Carbon Fiber Camera Slider is a lightweight easy-to-position slider, yet it can support loads up to 18 lb. The large carriage accommodates fluid heads and tripods of various sizes, and it glides smoothly along the 19mm rails. The carriage features four guide rollers that ride along the outside of the rails. Two additional rollers press against the inside of the rails and allow you to adjust the tension of the carriage.
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Axler Camera Slider Overview

This Axler 30" Lightweight Carbon Fiber Camera Slider is a lightweight easy-to-position slider, yet it can support loads up to 18 lb. The large carriage accommodates fluid heads and tripods of various sizes, and it glides smoothly along the 19mm rails. The carriage features four guide rollers that ride along the outside of the rails. Two additional rollers press against the inside of the rails and allow you to adjust the tension of the carriage.

The carriage features a maximum camera travel distance of 26". In addition to a 3/8"-16 attachment screw, there are two sets each of 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 threads on the carriage that are useful for mounting optional accessories. At the ends of the slider are angle-adjustable legs with height-adjustable rubber feet for leveling on uneven terrain. an Allen key is included to adjust the carriage tension, and a padded carrying case is included to store and transport the slider.

Features
  • Durable and lightweight construction
  • 19mm carbon fiber rails
  • 18 lb load capacity
  • 26" max. camera travel
  • Large camera carriage with a round grip surface of just under 2"
  • Six precision-sealed bearings on aluminum rollers
  • 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 accessory mounting threads on carriage
  • The carriage incorporates a bubble level
  • Adjustable outrigger legs for leveling
  • Center mounting platform accepts 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 mounting studs, such as can be found on tripods or light stands
  • The end blocks each feature 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 threaded mounting holes for accepting supports
  • The integrated spring-loaded feet rotate on a rosette system so you can level the slider, tighten the legs, and not worry about the legs slipping
  • The leveling feet include more than half an inch of height adjustment, and use a two-thumbwheel locking system so the height doesn't change once set
UPC: 847628004108

Axler Camera Slider Specs

Key Specs
Load Capacity
18 lb / 8 kg
Travel Distance
26" / 66 cm
Camera Mounting Screw
3/8"-16 Male
Weight
3.3 lb / 1.5 kg
Leg Height Adjustment
4.75" / 12.07 cm
Travel Distance
26" / 66 cm
Mounting
Camera Mounting Screw
3/8"-16 Male
Tripod Mounting
3x 3/8"-16 Female Thread
2x 1/4"-20 Female Thread
Accessory Mounting
2x 3/8"-16 Female
1x 1/4"-20 Female
Rail
Rail Material
Carbon Fiber
Physical
Track Dimensions
L: 32.5 x W: 7.8 x H: 1.9" / L: 82.6 x W: 20 x H: 5 cm
Body Material
Aluminum
Weight
3.3 lb / 1.5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight
4.9 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
36 x 7.5 x 3"

Axler Camera Slider Reviews

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What type of tripod would be best to use this? ...

What type of tripod would be best to use this? The one I have doesn’t have a head that will work.
Asked by: Chris
A tripod without a head would need to have a 3/8 16 male screw to attach to the Axler 30" Lightweight Carbon Fiber Camera Slider. The Benro parts below would work as will the same model with a head. Benro 75mm Half Ball Adapter BH #BEBL75S Benro A373T Aluminum Video Tripod (75mm Bowl) BH #BEA373T or Benro A373F Aluminum Single-Tube Tripod with S8Pro Fluid Video Head BH #BEA373FBS8P
Answered by: Chris H
Date published: 2024-04-17

Is it difficult to get consistent steady flowing ...

Is it difficult to get consistent steady flowing slides with this without it being motorized?
Asked by: Jonathan
Operating a slider manually will take some practice to get down smoothly, but it is very possible with this slider.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2021-12-11
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