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edelkrone Wing Slider (16 lb Payload)

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edelkrone Wing Slider (16 lb Payload)
Key Features
  • Portable, Folding, Manual Slider
  • 1.3' Travel Distance
  • Fluid-Dampened SteadyMOVE
  • 16 lb Payload
Edelkrone's Wing Slider is a manually-controlled compact slider designed for use with camcorders, DSLRs, and mirrorless cameras. Supporting up to 16 lb, the Wing's SteadyMOVE feature uses adjustable, fluid-dampened movement for smooth, gliding linear slides. No need to worry about charging the Wing , this completely mechanical slider is battery-free. Less than 7" in length, the Wing provides up to four times its size in travel distance.
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edelkrone Wing Camera Slider Overview

Edelkrone's Wing Slider is a manually-controlled compact slider designed for use with camcorders, DSLRs, and mirrorless cameras. Supporting up to 16 lb, the Wing's SteadyMOVE feature uses adjustable, fluid-dampened movement for smooth, gliding linear slides. No need to worry about charging the Wing , this completely mechanical slider is battery-free. Less than 7" in length, the Wing provides up to four times its size in travel distance.

Attach the Wing to your tripod or other support, then grasp your camera or the unit itself to slide up to a total of 1.3' from end to end. Mount your camera to the Wing using the included 1/4"-20 screw, and attach it to your tripod via its 3/8"-16 threaded mount. The Wing Slider is constructed of double-coated, CNC Machined aluminum.

Features
Slides 1.3' from end to end
Fluid-dampened, adjustable manual slide enables smooth, linear moves
Supports DSLRs, camcorders, and mirrorless camera rigs up to 16 lb
Includes a 1/4"-20 camera-mounting screw, and has a 3/8"-16 tripod mount on bottom
Double-coated, CNC Machined aluminum construction
UPC: 850988007177

edelkrone Wing Camera Slider Specs

Performance
Load Capacity
16 lb / 7.26 kg
Travel Distance
1.3' / 0.4 m
Mounting
Tripod Mounting
1x 3/8"-16 Female Thread
Camera Mounting Screw
1/4"-20 Male
Quick Release Plate Type
No Quick Release
Physical
Body Material
Aluminum
Track Length
6.8" / 17.27 cm
Track Width
2.4" / 6.10 cm
Track Height
3.5" / 8.89 cm
Weight
3 lb / 1.36 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight
4.025 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
9.2 x 4.9 x 4.8"

edelkrone Wing Camera Slider Reviews

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question

Hello! I want to buy Edelkrone Wing 15 for my Canon c300mark 2. Can I use it with my camera with Canon 16-35 or 18-80 Telezoom lenses ? It will be good? And how can I pair wing 15 with my Sachtler fsb 6 tripod (where I can stand Wing 15 on this tripod)? Thank you !
Asked by: Andrey
The Edelkrone Wing 15 is designed to work with Cinema Camera, it has a load capacity up to 15 pounds. It will be able to handle a C300 Mark II with either of the lenses. It also has standard tripod threadings on the bottom of it, so you can attach it to a tripod.
Answered by: Joseph P.
Date published: 2018-08-27

Is this suitable for Canon 5D Mark IV & Canon ...

Is this suitable for Canon 5D Mark IV & Canon 70-200 2.8 IS II Lens ?
Asked by: JIJO.GEORGE
Yes, the edelkrone Wing 15 Slider for Cine Camcorders can support up to 15 pounds so it is compatible with the Canon 5D mark IV and 70-200mm lens.
Answered by: Michael A
Date published: 2019-09-04

question

Is the wing 3 the best option for a Panasonic gh4? Would a bigger lens bump the necessity up to a wing 7
Asked by: Matt
Best always depends on what the needs are of the production. If your camera/lens is under 3 lbs, then this would be a wise choice. If over that, get the heavier duty slider.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

Will the Wing 7 work on a Davis & Sanford, FM18 Fluid Head, Provista 7518B tripod?
Asked by: Jack
Hi there!!It should probably work, but be careful, depending on what camera you are using, it's weight can make the wing 7 slider jump when moving back from one side to the other. I bought one, and had to return it, exchanged it for another one, and the same issue persists. Good luck
Answered by: RAYMUNDO G.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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