Mounting Camera Sliders

MYT Works Camera Sliders and Camera Dollies are the only ones that do not require any sort of center mount. The best way to mount a MYT Works slider is to use a Half Ball Adapter on one end and a Junior Stand Adapter on the other. Thanks to the double extrusion profile of the aluminum alloy rails, the load capacity is significantly higher than other camera sliders. A MYT Works Medium Slider can take up-to 80lbs and a MYT Works Large Slider can take up-to 150 lbs.

For example, if you have a wonderful setup that consists of a MYT Works 4 ft. Large Camera Slider, O’Connor 2575D Fluid Head, Sony Venice Cinema Camera, Angenieux Optimo 24-290mm spherical zoom lens along with a battery pack, Matte Box and a Monitor. A MYT Works large camera slider can handle this comprehensive setup easily.

MYT Works Camera Sliders offer versatile and quick mounting options. The Half Ball Adapter attaches with three 1/4”-20 screws to the static plate. The Junior Stand Adapter screws in the static plate. The Junior Stand adapter works with both, a junior stand and a light stand. The Rosette Leg Adapters attach to the metal end trusses quickly with the Adjustable Handle. These can be used in any combination depending on filmmaker’s preference. When used together in any combination, they indeed are true camera support systems.

MYT Works Large Camera Slider used by Travelers Insurance COO Andy Bassett shooting a welcome message for CBS Sports and The Golf Channel produced by PGA Tour Entertainment. On location outside Hartford,CT.
Paul Berner, Andy Basset for CBS
Sports and The Golf Channel produced by PGA Tour Entertainment. June 2017

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