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edelkrone DollyONE

BH #ED82580 • MFR #82580
edelkrone DollyONE
Key Features
  • Motion Control Table-Top Camera Platform
  • For Flat Indoor Surfaces
  • Supports HeadONE and HeadPLUS
  • Supports up to 15 Pounds
The edelkrone DollyONE is a portable robotic dolly that allows both linear and circular motorized camera moves on flat interior surfaces. It has a load capacity of 15 pounds. No track or measuring is required. The DollyONE is well suited for table-top or low-angle shots where you need the camera to be just a few inches above the surface.
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No battery?? For more than $600 they could've ...

No battery?? For more than $600 they could've included a battery. Am I missing something?
Asked by: Raemi
no those this item does not come with a battery
Answered by: Sean
Date published: 2021-10-18

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Answered by: Silas
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Does the laser module + head plus work together with dollyone? (Like it does with the laser+head plus+slider.)
Asked by: Jeremy
there is no mention of the laser module working with the edelkrone DollyONE from the manufacturer
Answered by: Sean
Date published: 2020-06-25

How loud is the DollyOne? Usable for interviews?

How loud is the DollyOne? Usable for interviews?
Asked by: Philipp
the DollyOne's motor is extremely quiet and I would absolutely recommend it for interviews, as I doubt the sound would get picked up by the mic, especially when used at relatively low speeds. Please note that the operation sound of the DollyOne may be high while using it at higher speeds than 30%, and this sound may be audible in an acoustically treated environment.
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Date published: 2021-02-09
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