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Konova K7 Slider Kits

£465.60 (inc VAT) £388.00 (exc VAT)

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£465.60 (inc VAT) £388.00 (exc VAT)

Konova K7 Sliders Professional ready to use sliders (recommended for Sony PMW-F55 / ENG Cameras etc)

 

All K7 sliders complete with adjustable legs, tools, soft carry case - Capacity Weight 35Kgs

 

Choose from one of the below kits

 

K7-100 - K7 Slider Kit 100cm 

K7-120 - K7 Slider Kit 120cm 

 

Quick Overview

       .   This one is made in Korea by Konova at hight quality

  • The stable and smooth takes are the basic elements of the film art. Photos took accurately facilitate perception of content correctly and improve values of ultimate version of the movie.
  • Main body made in Samsung factory. 
  • It allows you taking both video and photos on it.
  • The slider has 3 pair of 1/4" & 3/8" screw in the base.
  • It's a prefect instrument for both personal & pro film art.
  • The slider equipped with 2 oil sil for removing dust and water.
  • Recommended ballheads : 0529H,0570H,MANFROTTO 701 / 501 / 503 head
  • The slider system is compatible with ENG camcorders,cameras
  • (for example,SONY F3,F5,F55,VG30 Canon C300,C500, Canon 5D Mark3, Canon 60D,Panasonic,Redone,Arri etc

 

 


Unikt : From castle with love

It was the first wedding filmed at a real castle with a stunningly landscape around. The wedding was small and intimate, but in the same time stylish and successful. It was very hard, I missed the second videographer, but eventually I managed to get what I wanted and also to catch the key moments of the wedding. The wedding day was rainy :( I was very disappointed about that, but I sent an email to several saints to bring us better weather next day. The mail arrived quickly and good weather made its appearance. Claudiu Visan (photographer) gave me a hand and helped me carry the iron beasts :). I used 24mm f 1.4, 16 - 35mm f 2.8, and 70 - 200mm f 4.0, I had 135 mm too, but filming alone didn't allowed me the luxury of a fixed focal length.