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RevolveR gives the operator a wide range of gear ratios, from 99:1 down, to 1:30 up, in 0.1 steps, with soft and hard limits on pan and tilt. This is not just another mimic head. It provides true motion control capability, equalling and in some respects exceeding that of much larger and more expensive systems.
RevolveR design concept is to make motion control as user friendly and affordable as possible. The intention is to bring motion control into the realms of traditional live action photography. No hybrid equipment or motion control operator is required. Standard "off the shelf" camera packages can be utilised without any modification.
RevolveR tracking is a dolly which allow a move on straight & curve tracks.
Motion control capabilities extend to eight axes of movement, with transparent interfacing to Preston FIZ lens systems.
RevolveR is currently compatible with ARRI heads 1 and 2. Special encoded heads are NOT required. The sophisticated servo control of RevolveR ensures accurate repeatability of moves in all motion control applications with any standard, maintained head. Most importantly, the head feels as good as the best-maintained mechanical head, with none of the traditional "servo-lag" of other systems.
RevolveR runs from a 12V DC battery (see specifications page).
RevolveR tracking unit runs from a 24V DC battery.
The whole system fits into 2 flight case about the size of a prime lens box.
RevolveR showreel hosted on You Tube
RevolveR & Nikon D300 Timelapse tests
Classic timelapse footage
Get Steve Mitchell
RevolveR System Timelapse Test at One8Six
Link to the manufacturer website (En)
Link to the manufacturer website (Fr)