Ross Gerbasi on Vimeo shows us how to go about setting up and using the Cinevate Moco motorized camera slider powered by DitoGear. Using a Cinevate Atlas 30 slider Ross runs through the Moco / DitoGear parts, assembly, motorized settings, repeatability, stability, and a quick timelapse test.
It is very easy to assemble and packs down very small. The other huge benefit is that it is also a really great hand push slider. This was prototype hardware so I expect there will be some changes before the final release, but what you see here should give you a good idea of what you can expect.
Moco delivers complete motion control for Cinevate’s revered line of camera sliders, infusing emotion into your story through timelapse, real time motion and stop motion – all with macro precision.