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Waterbird Develops Innovative New Bendable Slider

If you feel like your timelapses have gotten a bit stale, Austrian company Waterbird has a creative new product that might break you out of that rut. It's called the Multislider, and it's the world's first bendable camera slider.

The Wing is a Tiny, Ingenious Camera Slider with No Rails

Edelkrone's motto, lately, seems to be: "Why not? Let's give it a shot!" It's the spirit behind products like their StandPLUS, the "reinvented tripod", and the strange-but-probably-useful Povie smartphone necklace mount. And it's the same spirit that, today, brings us the Edelkrone Wing.

Build Yourself a Camera Slider That Uses a Guide Rail and Friction

In addition to the prototype tripod design that we recently featured, ProductTank has also created a new design for a simple camera slider. A bit different than traditional rail style sliders that keep the camera locked to an axis, the ProductTank slider simply uses a guided rail and friction to get the job done. The result is a slider that be easily adjusted to your shooting situation, and can be seen in the 6-minute video above.

DIY: Creating a Super Simple Variable Speed Camera Slider

Editor's note: This DIY tutorial uses a specific product called Compound 9, but you could use the same ideas/concepts with different materials and/or objects.

Hi, my name is Christian Segeth, and I'm the inventor of a product called Compound 9, which is hand-formable carbon that lets you 3D print with your hands and some hot water. Today I’m going to explain how I built an extremely simplest speed-controllable camera slider. My build offers a constant movement speed and butter-smooth sliding, which I've rarely found on YouTube's DIY camera slider tutorials.