Post NAB 2015 Spotlight: Emotimo Cart

Now that the 2015 NAB show in Las Vegas is over it’s time to do some coverage! Starting on April 17th and going until the end of the month I will be doing a spotlight on what was good at the show. Each day I’ll focus on something new or exciting that I saw. These are being released in no particular order.

*Had some WordPress issues, sorry for these starting late.*

Now that the 2015 NAB show in Las Vegas is over it’s time to do some coverage! Starting on April 17th and going until the end of the month I will be doing a spotlight on what was good at the show. Each day I’ll focus on something new or exciting that I saw. These are being released in no particular order.  *Had some WordPress issues, sorry for these starting late.* Emotimo Cart  One of the hottest trends in filmmaking right now is motion controlled video and timelapses; and last year I found the Emotimo TB3 three axis solution, a super cost effective slider and three axis controller that utilized the Rhino slider. This year I went back to Emotimo to see what was new and they had something that right away I knew would be a perfect solution for a lot of what I shoot, the Cart.  More and more I've been finding myself shooting product shots and demos that just ache for something more than just a close up, locked down shot. But when I've tried to add movement to those shots with things like the Ikan LTTD or Pico Dolly I inevitably end up with something shaky or jerky from my own movement. The Cart will rectify all of this. By utilizing the TB3, the Cart offers steady motion controlled dolly movements.  If you've already got the TB3 (something I've been wanting to get for the last year) then you can just add that to the Cart base and create stunning curved movements. The Cart has one stable axle that bolsters most of the weight load and one that rotates 90° in either direction, offering a huge range of curved options.  By adding the motion controller to the dolly it takes the operator hands off the unit and creates steady and smooth movements that can be recreated take after take. The TB3+Cart combo works in both video mode and in frame-by-frame mode, meaning you can use it to do timelapses and stop motion.  While I was on the floor I asked the Emotimo guys about the weight limit for the Cart and they said they were still testing it but are estimating about a 50lb limit, so it'll fly the TB3 head and camera with ease. The TB3 head itself is only rated at ~12lbs so we're still limited there, but a stripped down C300 will still work on it.  One of the things I love most about Emotimo (besides being a local company) is their price; the TB3 three axis controller is only $950, and you can pick up a Cart with the TB3 for only $1300, making it extremely reasonable and accessible for indie filmmakers and those looking to get into motion control without spending an arm and a leg. All of Emotimo's products and sample videos are available on their site.      Post NAB 2015 Spotlight: Emotimo Cart

Emotimo Cart

One of the hottest trends in filmmaking right now is motion controlled video and timelapses; and last year I found the Emotimo TB3 three axis solution, a super cost-effective slider and three axis controller that utilized the Rhino slider. This year I went back to Emotimo to see what was new and they had something that right away I knew would be a perfect solution for a lot of what I shoot, the Cart.

Now that the 2015 NAB show in Las Vegas is over it’s time to do some coverage! Starting on April 17th and going until the end of the month I will be doing a spotlight on what was good at the show. Each day I’ll focus on something new or exciting that I saw. These are being released in no particular order.  *Had some WordPress issues, sorry for these starting late.* Emotimo Cart  One of the hottest trends in filmmaking right now is motion controlled video and timelapses; and last year I found the Emotimo TB3 three axis solution, a super cost effective slider and three axis controller that utilized the Rhino slider. This year I went back to Emotimo to see what was new and they had something that right away I knew would be a perfect solution for a lot of what I shoot, the Cart.  More and more I've been finding myself shooting product shots and demos that just ache for something more than just a close up, locked down shot. But when I've tried to add movement to those shots with things like the Ikan LTTD or Pico Dolly I inevitably end up with something shaky or jerky from my own movement. The Cart will rectify all of this. By utilizing the TB3, the Cart offers steady motion controlled dolly movements.  If you've already got the TB3 (something I've been wanting to get for the last year) then you can just add that to the Cart base and create stunning curved movements. The Cart has one stable axle that bolsters most of the weight load and one that rotates 90° in either direction, offering a huge range of curved options.  By adding the motion controller to the dolly it takes the operator hands off the unit and creates steady and smooth movements that can be recreated take after take. The TB3+Cart combo works in both video mode and in frame-by-frame mode, meaning you can use it to do timelapses and stop motion.  While I was on the floor I asked the Emotimo guys about the weight limit for the Cart and they said they were still testing it but are estimating about a 50lb limit, so it'll fly the TB3 head and camera with ease. The TB3 head itself is only rated at ~12lbs so we're still limited there, but a stripped down C300 will still work on it.  One of the things I love most about Emotimo (besides being a local company) is their price; the TB3 three axis controller is only $950, and you can pick up a Cart with the TB3 for only $1300, making it extremely reasonable and accessible for indie filmmakers and those looking to get into motion control without spending an arm and a leg. All of Emotimo's products and sample videos are available on their site.      Post NAB 2015 Spotlight: Emotimo Cart

More and more I’ve been finding myself shooting product shots and demos that just ache for something more than just a close up, locked down shot. But when I’ve tried to add movement to those shots with things like the Ikan LTTD or Pico Dolly I inevitably end up with something shaky or jerky from my own movement. The Cart will rectify all of this. By utilizing the TB3, the Cart offers steady motion controlled dolly movements.

Now that the 2015 NAB show in Las Vegas is over it’s time to do some coverage! Starting on April 17th and going until the end of the month I will be doing a spotlight on what was good at the show. Each day I’ll focus on something new or exciting that I saw. These are being released in no particular order.  *Had some WordPress issues, sorry for these starting late.* Emotimo Cart  One of the hottest trends in filmmaking right now is motion controlled video and timelapses; and last year I found the Emotimo TB3 three axis solution, a super cost effective slider and three axis controller that utilized the Rhino slider. This year I went back to Emotimo to see what was new and they had something that right away I knew would be a perfect solution for a lot of what I shoot, the Cart.  More and more I've been finding myself shooting product shots and demos that just ache for something more than just a close up, locked down shot. But when I've tried to add movement to those shots with things like the Ikan LTTD or Pico Dolly I inevitably end up with something shaky or jerky from my own movement. The Cart will rectify all of this. By utilizing the TB3, the Cart offers steady motion controlled dolly movements.  If you've already got the TB3 (something I've been wanting to get for the last year) then you can just add that to the Cart base and create stunning curved movements. The Cart has one stable axle that bolsters most of the weight load and one that rotates 90° in either direction, offering a huge range of curved options.  By adding the motion controller to the dolly it takes the operator hands off the unit and creates steady and smooth movements that can be recreated take after take. The TB3+Cart combo works in both video mode and in frame-by-frame mode, meaning you can use it to do timelapses and stop motion.  While I was on the floor I asked the Emotimo guys about the weight limit for the Cart and they said they were still testing it but are estimating about a 50lb limit, so it'll fly the TB3 head and camera with ease. The TB3 head itself is only rated at ~12lbs so we're still limited there, but a stripped down C300 will still work on it.  One of the things I love most about Emotimo (besides being a local company) is their price; the TB3 three axis controller is only $950, and you can pick up a Cart with the TB3 for only $1300, making it extremely reasonable and accessible for indie filmmakers and those looking to get into motion control without spending an arm and a leg. All of Emotimo's products and sample videos are available on their site.      Post NAB 2015 Spotlight: Emotimo Cart

If you’ve already got the TB3 (something I’ve been wanting to get for the last year) then you can just add that to the Cart base and create stunning curved movements. The Cart has one stable axle that bolsters most of the weight load and one that rotates 90° in either direction, offering a huge range of curved options.

Now that the 2015 NAB show in Las Vegas is over it’s time to do some coverage! Starting on April 17th and going until the end of the month I will be doing a spotlight on what was good at the show. Each day I’ll focus on something new or exciting that I saw. These are being released in no particular order.  *Had some WordPress issues, sorry for these starting late.* Emotimo Cart  One of the hottest trends in filmmaking right now is motion controlled video and timelapses; and last year I found the Emotimo TB3 three axis solution, a super cost effective slider and three axis controller that utilized the Rhino slider. This year I went back to Emotimo to see what was new and they had something that right away I knew would be a perfect solution for a lot of what I shoot, the Cart.  More and more I've been finding myself shooting product shots and demos that just ache for something more than just a close up, locked down shot. But when I've tried to add movement to those shots with things like the Ikan LTTD or Pico Dolly I inevitably end up with something shaky or jerky from my own movement. The Cart will rectify all of this. By utilizing the TB3, the Cart offers steady motion controlled dolly movements.  If you've already got the TB3 (something I've been wanting to get for the last year) then you can just add that to the Cart base and create stunning curved movements. The Cart has one stable axle that bolsters most of the weight load and one that rotates 90° in either direction, offering a huge range of curved options.  By adding the motion controller to the dolly it takes the operator hands off the unit and creates steady and smooth movements that can be recreated take after take. The TB3+Cart combo works in both video mode and in frame-by-frame mode, meaning you can use it to do timelapses and stop motion.  While I was on the floor I asked the Emotimo guys about the weight limit for the Cart and they said they were still testing it but are estimating about a 50lb limit, so it'll fly the TB3 head and camera with ease. The TB3 head itself is only rated at ~12lbs so we're still limited there, but a stripped down C300 will still work on it.  One of the things I love most about Emotimo (besides being a local company) is their price; the TB3 three axis controller is only $950, and you can pick up a Cart with the TB3 for only $1300, making it extremely reasonable and accessible for indie filmmakers and those looking to get into motion control without spending an arm and a leg. All of Emotimo's products and sample videos are available on their site.      Post NAB 2015 Spotlight: Emotimo Cart

By adding the motion controller to the dolly it takes the operator hands off the unit and creates steady and smooth movements that can be recreated take after take. The TB3+Cart combo works in both video mode and in frame-by-frame mode, meaning you can use it to do timelapses and stop motion.

Now that the 2015 NAB show in Las Vegas is over it’s time to do some coverage! Starting on April 17th and going until the end of the month I will be doing a spotlight on what was good at the show. Each day I’ll focus on something new or exciting that I saw. These are being released in no particular order.  *Had some WordPress issues, sorry for these starting late.* Emotimo Cart  One of the hottest trends in filmmaking right now is motion controlled video and timelapses; and last year I found the Emotimo TB3 three axis solution, a super cost effective slider and three axis controller that utilized the Rhino slider. This year I went back to Emotimo to see what was new and they had something that right away I knew would be a perfect solution for a lot of what I shoot, the Cart.  More and more I've been finding myself shooting product shots and demos that just ache for something more than just a close up, locked down shot. But when I've tried to add movement to those shots with things like the Ikan LTTD or Pico Dolly I inevitably end up with something shaky or jerky from my own movement. The Cart will rectify all of this. By utilizing the TB3, the Cart offers steady motion controlled dolly movements.  If you've already got the TB3 (something I've been wanting to get for the last year) then you can just add that to the Cart base and create stunning curved movements. The Cart has one stable axle that bolsters most of the weight load and one that rotates 90° in either direction, offering a huge range of curved options.  By adding the motion controller to the dolly it takes the operator hands off the unit and creates steady and smooth movements that can be recreated take after take. The TB3+Cart combo works in both video mode and in frame-by-frame mode, meaning you can use it to do timelapses and stop motion.  While I was on the floor I asked the Emotimo guys about the weight limit for the Cart and they said they were still testing it but are estimating about a 50lb limit, so it'll fly the TB3 head and camera with ease. The TB3 head itself is only rated at ~12lbs so we're still limited there, but a stripped down C300 will still work on it.  One of the things I love most about Emotimo (besides being a local company) is their price; the TB3 three axis controller is only $950, and you can pick up a Cart with the TB3 for only $1300, making it extremely reasonable and accessible for indie filmmakers and those looking to get into motion control without spending an arm and a leg. All of Emotimo's products and sample videos are available on their site.      Post NAB 2015 Spotlight: Emotimo Cart

While I was on the floor I asked the Emotimo guys about the weight limit for the Cart and they said they were still testing it but are estimating about a 50lb limit, so it’ll fly the TB3 head and camera with ease. The TB3 head itself is only rated at ~12lbs so we’re still limited there, but a stripped down C300 will still work on it.

Now that the 2015 NAB show in Las Vegas is over it’s time to do some coverage! Starting on April 17th and going until the end of the month I will be doing a spotlight on what was good at the show. Each day I’ll focus on something new or exciting that I saw. These are being released in no particular order.  *Had some WordPress issues, sorry for these starting late.* Emotimo Cart  One of the hottest trends in filmmaking right now is motion controlled video and timelapses; and last year I found the Emotimo TB3 three axis solution, a super cost effective slider and three axis controller that utilized the Rhino slider. This year I went back to Emotimo to see what was new and they had something that right away I knew would be a perfect solution for a lot of what I shoot, the Cart.  More and more I've been finding myself shooting product shots and demos that just ache for something more than just a close up, locked down shot. But when I've tried to add movement to those shots with things like the Ikan LTTD or Pico Dolly I inevitably end up with something shaky or jerky from my own movement. The Cart will rectify all of this. By utilizing the TB3, the Cart offers steady motion controlled dolly movements.  If you've already got the TB3 (something I've been wanting to get for the last year) then you can just add that to the Cart base and create stunning curved movements. The Cart has one stable axle that bolsters most of the weight load and one that rotates 90° in either direction, offering a huge range of curved options.  By adding the motion controller to the dolly it takes the operator hands off the unit and creates steady and smooth movements that can be recreated take after take. The TB3+Cart combo works in both video mode and in frame-by-frame mode, meaning you can use it to do timelapses and stop motion.  While I was on the floor I asked the Emotimo guys about the weight limit for the Cart and they said they were still testing it but are estimating about a 50lb limit, so it'll fly the TB3 head and camera with ease. The TB3 head itself is only rated at ~12lbs so we're still limited there, but a stripped down C300 will still work on it.  One of the things I love most about Emotimo (besides being a local company) is their price; the TB3 three axis controller is only $950, and you can pick up a Cart with the TB3 for only $1300, making it extremely reasonable and accessible for indie filmmakers and those looking to get into motion control without spending an arm and a leg. All of Emotimo's products and sample videos are available on their site.      Post NAB 2015 Spotlight: Emotimo Cart

One of the things I love most about Emotimo (besides being a local company) is their price; the TB3 three axis controller is only $950, and you can pick up a Cart with the TB3 for only $1300, making it extremely reasonable and accessible for indie filmmakers and those looking to get into motion control without spending an arm and a leg. All of Emotimo‘s products and sample videos are available on their site.

Now that the 2015 NAB show in Las Vegas is over it’s time to do some coverage! Starting on April 17th and going until the end of the month I will be doing a spotlight on what was good at the show. Each day I’ll focus on something new or exciting that I saw. These are being released in no particular order.  *Had some WordPress issues, sorry for these starting late.* Emotimo Cart  One of the hottest trends in filmmaking right now is motion controlled video and timelapses; and last year I found the Emotimo TB3 three axis solution, a super cost effective slider and three axis controller that utilized the Rhino slider. This year I went back to Emotimo to see what was new and they had something that right away I knew would be a perfect solution for a lot of what I shoot, the Cart.  More and more I've been finding myself shooting product shots and demos that just ache for something more than just a close up, locked down shot. But when I've tried to add movement to those shots with things like the Ikan LTTD or Pico Dolly I inevitably end up with something shaky or jerky from my own movement. The Cart will rectify all of this. By utilizing the TB3, the Cart offers steady motion controlled dolly movements.  If you've already got the TB3 (something I've been wanting to get for the last year) then you can just add that to the Cart base and create stunning curved movements. The Cart has one stable axle that bolsters most of the weight load and one that rotates 90° in either direction, offering a huge range of curved options.  By adding the motion controller to the dolly it takes the operator hands off the unit and creates steady and smooth movements that can be recreated take after take. The TB3+Cart combo works in both video mode and in frame-by-frame mode, meaning you can use it to do timelapses and stop motion.  While I was on the floor I asked the Emotimo guys about the weight limit for the Cart and they said they were still testing it but are estimating about a 50lb limit, so it'll fly the TB3 head and camera with ease. The TB3 head itself is only rated at ~12lbs so we're still limited there, but a stripped down C300 will still work on it.  One of the things I love most about Emotimo (besides being a local company) is their price; the TB3 three axis controller is only $950, and you can pick up a Cart with the TB3 for only $1300, making it extremely reasonable and accessible for indie filmmakers and those looking to get into motion control without spending an arm and a leg. All of Emotimo's products and sample videos are available on their site.      Post NAB 2015 Spotlight: Emotimo Cart

 

 

 

 

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