T3 Motion announced the launch of the T3MT and T41 Trailer systems, designed to support and assist camera crews during the film production process.

“Few products on the market facilitate tracking camerawork from 0-15 miles per hour—tracking shots at low speeds can be arduous and difficult to manage. Our T3 Motion broadcasting products provide a tracking platform that allow for a uniquely clean and efficient production process, facilitating tracking shots without operator fatigue,” stated T3 Motion Chief Technology Officer, Ki Nam.

The inspiration for the vehicle came from the film and video production industry itself, Nam said. T3 Motion innovators started asking questions of industry experts about portable camera uses, applications, and issues and discovered that current cameras are cumbersome to the point of limiting their effectiveness.

T3-MT Moving Tripod

T3 Motion Electric Vehicle with T-41 Trailer

The T3MT and T41 Trailer technologies assist Steadicam, Glidecam and other camera system operators to ride comfortably and safely with the camera attached to the vehicle itself rather than the operator, allowing for flawless content production and decreasing operator fatigue. The T41 Trailer eliminates the need for laying a track while filming. Additionally, the new platform will feature a seven-inch high-definition monitor with an anti-glare screen that will allow the camera operator to view the images while filming.

The basic T3MT and T41 Trailer packages will begin at $10,000.

If you think the T3 is just for filming then think again:


Travel up to 15 mph
Forward and reverse driving capabilities
Two 12 VDC, 60 A/h batteries to power accessories such as lights, cameras and monitors (90 A/h batteries optional)
Cameraman seat
Two Steadicam/Glidecam mounting posts
25-mile range with patented swappable battery system for all-day use (40 mile range optional)

T41 Trailer

Full 360 degree rotating chair with backrest
Two Steadicam/Glidecam mounting posts
Seat belt

Visit T3 Motion for more details.

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