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Monday, April 9, 2012

Indi Jibs & Indi Sliders- Example Video

Indi Jibs & Indi Sliders
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We are excited to start carrying a cost effective solution for your jibs and slider requests!
introducing the IndiSLIDER Mini, IndiSLIDER Pro, & Indi Go-Jib.


IndiSLIDER Mini-


24" of compact, light-weight, fast set-up sliding. Everything that is needed to make 'those' shots you've seen on other peoples' work is available.
With the new indiMOUNT on the glide carriage, no fluid head is needed. Attach the camera to the mounting puck and attach into the holder. This also allows for the camera to be rotated and locked for fixed position shots, or used as a panning device.
Attach to a tripod quick release plate, or directly to the tripod flat base. Either option works.
The light weight of the indiSLIDERmini allows it to be used directly on a fluid head. This allows a quick release plate to be utilized, and also the creativity that mounting the indiSLIDERmini to an infinitely adjustable fluid head brings.
It includes table legs so that the mini can be placed directly on a hard surface and used without a tripod. Imagine the possibilities for close up and close quarter shots.

IndiSlider Mini from Rash on Vimeo.




IndiSlider Pro 36" 


Built using industrial technology, the indiSLIDERpro has a weight load of over a TON! Yes, that's correct, unlike competitor's dual stainless steel rod system, the indiSLIDERpro will not bend or flex. This allows much higher weight loads...all the time gliding with ease.
• 36" slider.
• Carriage brake.
• Adjustable tension glide blocks.

The Last Days of Autumn - A Canon 7D film from Paul Frederick on Vimeo.


Snow Motion - HD from Steven Dempsey on Vimeo.


indiGO-JIB w/ Water Containers 


An establishing jib shot. We've seen countless movies open with them. We see them in almost every commercial. And they are always eye-catching.

However, jibs are bulky, they're heavy, unwieldy and expensive. Transporting them gets dodgy, let alone the time it takes to set them up.

A jib that would fold down to 42", support up to ten pounds of camera and accessories, have an over 8' height reach, and cost under $400?

Folds up to about the size of your tripod. Mounts onto a standard fluid head (example 501 or 503 head) for smooth pans. Has a unique patent pending weight adjustment bar; no more trying to get that elusive exact weight. Slide to balance.  Has the 4 liter water containers. No more schlepping steel plate weights to a shoot. Attach the containers, fill with water or sand—even gravel/dirt—then easily empty when finished shooting. Transport with empty containers.


Behind the Scenes with the IndiGO-JIB from Session 7 Media on Vimeo.

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