I made a video review because I was having difficulty finding a good visual review of this slider when I was considering purchasing it. In the video I give closeups of what comes with it as well as the little benefits of the slider that really make it great. Oh, and how well it actually slides.
The main competitors to the slider (that I have had experience testing) were the Cinevate Atlas 10 and Kessler Crane Philip Bloom Pocket Dolly. I find this slider matches (and exceeds in some areas) the quality of the Cinevate Atlas 10 and matches the Kessler Crane Philip Bloom Pocket Dolly in many areas. This is all accomplished with a product that sells for roughly $350 and arrives from Korea in 3 days.
*My 1/3 of the price claim was an average of the Cinevate Atlas 10’s current cost of $630 (all terrain legs add-on) with the Kessler Crane Philip Bloom Pocket Dolly at approximately $1,200. Not exact but I didn’t want a review title of “As Good As Cinevate and Kessler for 1/2 and 1/3 of the price respectively in regards to both companies equivalent offerings.” 🙂
I’m excited to see what other accessories Konova comes out with and will update this review or post new ones once they are released.
Cinevate Atlas 10
This slider is very affordable, compact and lightweight. It is 26 inches long and weighs less than 10 lbs. it is also equipped with 3/8” screw.
Indisystem Indislider Mini
This slider is compact (24’), light weight and quick to set up. No fluid is needed when it is on the glide carriage. It can be used directly on a fluid head because it is so light weight.