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Hello, selling a lightly used Emotimo Motion Control 4 Axis slider package. Includes the Dana Dolly integration system (dolly not included) and the iShark slider. It was only used indoors for interviews and motion control commercial work. Probably used about 15-20 times. Everything is in near perfect condition. This is perfect for motion control video production or timelapse still photography. This package includes the following: 1) Spectrum ST4 4-axis motion control head w/ V-Lock Battery Plate + Wireless PS4 controller 2) Spectrum medium hard case 3) Universal L-bracket (camera / Fz motor mounting) 4) eMotimo Fz (Focus/Zoom) Motor 5) iFootage Shark Slider with 30 inch base and 2 foot extension (configurable to 2 and 4 foot lengths ) 6) iFootage Integration Kit with 2 motors - direct drive is fast, quiet and great for level shots. 14:1 geared motor is strong and meant for angled and vertical shots. 7) USB Card/Instructions 😎 Arca compatible plate for pan axis 9) 12V AC power supply 10) CL-N3, CL-DC0, CL-S2 DSLR camera trigger cables Additional Items Include: 1) Dana Dolly Emotimo Integration Kit 2) ) AC Power Adapter - 24 volt DC high current adapter This retails for over $4700 new. I'm asking $3250. Price is firm.
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Dustin Bloodgood posted a topic in Camera Accessories & ToolsFirst time poster here. I just purchased a Dana Dolly rental kit (dana dolly, travel case, two lowboy combos, 5' of EMT track, and a Benro fluid tripod head). It's my first big purchase and I'm renting it out for the first time for an indie short film. It cost me $1,900 total and my plan is to rent it out enough to make money off of it, and eventually have it be passive income. If anyone has any tips for renting it out as far as websites to list it on, or any other ideas to expand my market, I'd greatly appreciate it. I plan on renting it for $100 a day. I live in the DC area, so if you feel like sharing what rental prices would look like in your area that would be great as well. My main concern is keeping it in the best condition that I can so that I'll be able to rent it out over the course of a few years, if it's not made obsolete by something else. What would you recommend for keeping all of my gear in good condition?