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Adding Production Value to Your Film Making With a Camera Dolly

A camera dolly is a great tool that can help you add production value to your film making. A camera dolly or slider can create smooth camera movement that could not be achieved by hand, adding a dynamic effect to the look of your shot. using a camera dolly in the correct way can make your shots a lot more interesting, and a lot more professional.

Having the right tools is essential when trying to get your shot. There are lots of different ways to move the camera with a dolly or slider, so you will want a tool that is versatile enough to handle whatever the situation calls for.

The Revolve Camera Dolly is designed to handle a wide variety of different camera moves.

Tracking shots can be achieved using the table-top dolly on any smooth surface (counter tops, wood floors, benches, tables, etc.). The Revolve Dolly also includes a rail system which allows you to create a track for the dolly by just adding a set of pipes. In this configuration, the system acts as a track dolly, or a rail based camera slider. With the dolly on the tracks, you can get smooth dolly shots even where there is no smooth surface to roll across. The track is also tripod mountable so you ca adjust the height and incline of the shot.

Rotational shots are also possible with the Revolve system. The axles can be rotated to any angle, so you can achieve 360 degree circular video shots around the subject, arcing camera moves, outward panning shots, curved angle shots, and more. These rotational movements add a stunning dynamic visual effect to your footage, and are not possible with most traditional dolly systems.

The Revolve Doll is designed to be versatile and convenient. This capable package is still ultra portable. We even offer an infinitely expandable track system that breaks down for easy travel. All of this at an incredibly affordable price make the Revolve Dolly a must have item for adding production value to your film making.


Jeremy Canterbury
Jeremy Canterbury