Previous Sony FE 70-300mm Lens Review Compared to 70-200mm F4 Next Sony ECM GZ1M Zoom Microphone Review Product Reviews Edelkrone SliderONE Review June 30, 20165 comments1,796 views1 min read 5 comments Watch LaterRemove Cinema Mode Does smaller mean I will use it more? I hardly ever use my long slider anymore, so I thought I would try out the Edelkrone SliderONE to see if I would use a slider more since it fits in my camera bag. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest Email You may also like Video Product Reviews Variable ND Shootout and are they as good as a Solid ND? 419 views1 min read Video Product Reviews Sony FE 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 GM 632 views2 min read Video Product Reviews Solid ND Filter Shootout for Long Lenses 331 views1 min read 5 comments See if you can get your hands on a Hercules Slider from Rollocam. http://rollocam.com/ I got one on their kickstarter. It’s not perfect but it’s pretty innovative for a motorized slider at a great price point. I’ve always liked Digital Juice’s Slyder Dolly. It is a bit of a pain because it’s more cumbersome but it’s built pretty solid and you can get some nice moves. It’d be great to have something in between so it’d be easier to load/carry around. Hi Dave, what was that other slider you mentioned? Slide tech or glide tech? fyi if you get a chance to try a ifootsge shark slider that one gets killer smooth moves due to the flywheel. It’s BIIIGGG though. Kevin http://www.libecsales.com/products/alx/products_2.html Use a rubber band.Wrap it around the connection where the camera and slider are. Pulling the camera with the rubber band will give you more ease in and out for the movement of the slider.