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Syrp Genie II Pan Tilt + Linear Kit, Magic Carpet 600mm Slider

From: $150.00 plus insurance and GST

The Syrp Genie II Pan Tilt + Linear Kit combines the Genie II Linear and the Genie II Pan/Tilt Motorised Head to create a motion control solution that can slide, pan, and tilt for controlled tracking shots in video or dynamic timelapses. Control over all three axes, as well as your camera shutter, can be achieved using your Bluetooth-connected smartphone. See below for more details on the items included in this kit.

Attach your camera to the Syrp Genie II Motorised Pan/Tilt Head to introduce dynamic pan and tilt movements into your timelapses. Utilising the full 180° of tilt, the head can support up to 3.6 kg, and up to 5.6 kg if only the middle 90° are being used. The Genie II motion control components use Bluetooth to connect to your smartphone for convenient wireless control and programming. A USB-C cable adapter is included for plugging in your camera for app-controlled shutter release. A quick release plate is included as well for securing your camera with ease. Attach the Genie II Motorised Pan/Tilt Head to the Genie II Linear to create a 3-axis motion control head for your slider.

Add the Syrp Genie II Linear to your slider along with the included Genie rope, and you can enjoy motorised sliding for precise tracking shots and dynamic timelapses. The Genie II can be installed on nearly any slider. Attach the main unit to your slider’s platform, and once the included Genie rope is threaded properly, the Genie II linear can automatically slide along the length of the rope. A smartphone connected via Bluetooth can control the Genie II Linear wirelessly, and when used with the Genie II Motorised Pan/Tilt Head, you can access 3 axes of motion to accomplish more advanced shots.
Magic Carpet Short Track is your answer to a portable, affordable slider. The short track is 600 mm and comes motion control ready. Includes track & end caps carriage.

The Magic Carpet is a simple, durable slider for silky smooth professional tracking movements. The Magic Carpet is ‘Genie friendly’ and includes everything you need to quickly add full motion control.

Key Features
Buttery Smooth Camera Moves
With a full roller bearing carriage and lightweight construction the Magic Carpet slider is extremely portable and is an essential tool for smooth manual tracking shots all the way from entry level DSLRs up to Red Epics.

Motion Control Ready
Add amazing production value to your films! The Magic Carpet comes motion control ready with integrated rope attachments for the Genie. Shoot ultra smooth motion control time-lapse and real-time video with minimal setup time.

Lockable Brake
The Magic Carpet Carriage comes equip with a lockable brake for safe transport and portability.

Vertical Operation
Use the integrated counterbalance system to lift heavier camera setups vertically. Combined with the Genie you can achieve smooth upward and downward motion control moves.

Quick Release Legs
The Magic Carpet comes with fully adjustable ‘tool-less’ quick release legs enabling quick-setup that also fold away for transportation. Precise levelling is achieved using the feet for fine height adjustments.

Tripod Mountable
Mount the Magic Carpet straight onto your tripod legs or tripod head using either the 1/4″ UNC or 3/8″ UNC thread. Both the short and long tracks come with multiple mount points to attach your tripod(s). Use one tripod in the centre or two at either end for greater stability and heavier payloads.

Interchangeable Carriage + End Caps
The End Caps & Carriage are universally designed to be interchangeable between the short and long length tracks. This enables the flexibility to easily upgrade to a longer or shorter length track without the need of buying another full slider system. Giving you the flexibility of both portability and longer length camera moves.

Reversible Camera Thread
The Magic Carpet comes with a reversible thread so you can quickly switch between a 3/8″ UNC thread and a 1/4″ UNC thread. This allows for either attaching a camera straight to the slider or using a ballhead or tripod head for larger video cameras.

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