Rocket Travel Slider Now Shipping
Aviator Camera Gear, makers of lightweight, compact, camera accessories for filmmakers on the go is now shipping their newest essential tools: The Rocket Travel Slider, carbon fiber Travel Tracks, and the world's smallest Hi-Hat. After last years wildly successful Kickstarter launch, The Rocket and accessories are at last available to the general public.
The Rocket Travel Slider gives super-smooth, professional dolly shots up to 10 feet long anywhere in the world, and it sets up in minutes! 2 foot slider? 4 foot? 6 foot? 10? No problem for The Rocket.
The Rocket Base Kit weighs just 3 ½ lbs. (supporting loads up to 45 lbs!) and compacts down into a deluxe padded case about the size of a shoe box. It easily supports high-end pro cameras like the Epic, Sony F55, HDSLR’s, Blackmagic Cinema Camera and more. Even a fully-rigged Aviator Travel Jib.
The Base Kit works great with the carbon fiber Travel Tracks (available separately) for the ultimate in lightweight and compact portability. Or use the Rocket Base Kit with standard conduit pipe available at most hardware stores (not included). Compatible with most metal conduit pipe with an outside diameter of 28mm to 32mm. In the USA it’s called 1 inch EMT pipe.
The Rocket Travel Slider is now in stock and can be delivered almost anywhere in the world in 3 days or less.
Learn more about the Rocket Travel Slider and order yours HERE
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