New Gear & Giveaway – Cinevate Duzi Camera Slider

Cinevate has recently released their most compact and most affordable Duzi Video Camera Slider, and one of you lucky readers out will get your hands on it FREE!

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For information about this new product, check out the details below.

Product Description
It’s the lightest, most compact and affordable Cinevate slider ever. It's a Duzi!

Weighing in at just 4 lbs, measuring only 24 inches long, and with a price tag of just $375, the Duzi Camera Slider makes it easier and more affordable than ever, to run and gun with a lightweight and ultra-smooth camera slider.

Solid 19mm carbon rails, CNC machined aluminum and 8 precision bearings, means Duzi can take a beating and still deliver flawless slides.

Boasting a 50 lb weight capacity, Duzi is a workhorse. Whether you're shooting on a DSLR or a big ass camera, Duzi can handle it.

Drop it on the ground. Set it on a table. Center mount it on a tripod. Set up is that easy.

Duzi's end blocks allow for more creative rigging - 1/4-20 threaded holes and 5/8 inch thru holes can support dual stands. Duzi's top and bottom cheese plates offer even more mounting options.

Whether you're a beginner or seasoned veteran, Duzi is an essential part of your filmmaking kit, and at just $375, Duzi can be added to your arsenal affordably.

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Cinevate Duzi Video Camera Slider


  • Crafted from CNC machined aluminum and stainless steel
  • Compact 24 inch length
  • 8 precision roller bearings
  • Center and side mounting tripod options
  • Micro adjusting Urethane ball feet
  • Integrated mechanical lock
  • Cheesed-out top and bottom plate
  • It's a Duzi! - See more at:

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    13 thoughts on “New Gear & Giveaway – Cinevate Duzi Camera Slider

    1. @Emm. Thank you so much. I am going to purchase the Cinevate Duzi and let you know my findings. I trust your judgement any day! You recommended the Glidecam HD2000 and I was quite happy with it.

    2. Emm

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      @Louis - From my experience and personal preference for those types of events, I would go with either the Edelkrone or Cinevate Duzi. I have not used either sliders, but I myself am leaning towards the Cinevate Duzi. A compact slider around 24" is plenty, it just takes practice to know how to get the best effects. Various focal lengths and working with foreground objects will exaggerate movements.

    3. Emm, I desperately need your expert advice. Even you can just point me into the right direction regarding sliders. I wish to purchase a slider that I can use when shooting wedding videos.

      I'm looking at either the edelkrone SliderPlus V2, Duzi Camera Slider,Glidetrack HD System or GLIDECAM VISTATRACK 10-48.

      Emm, which of the brands mentioned above would you recommend? I need a slider that doesn't weight much and can easily be assembled and taken apart. Should I go for 2 or 3 feet slide? I am willing to purchase a unit at $599.

      Please assist. If anyone out there has some experience with sliders and can recommend one, please let me know.

      I have contacted the owners of the Edelkrone website, but after 2 messages and 5 days later I don't believe that they are willing to do business. No reply from them whatsoever.

      Emm, thank you so much for this great website! Enjoy your efforts!

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    5. ken

      The Edelkrone is $500 πŸ˜›

      Edelkrone stuff is interesting, but I always thought they were 33% too expensive...

    6. Tim


      For that price I'd buy an Edelkrone plus slider....smaller, lighter and smoother.

    7. JSS

      Woo Hoo! Finally a contest open to Canadians. Thanks Emm (if you had anything to do with it).

    8. Jon

      Frustrating to see all these competitions show up in my RSS feed and they are only for people who live in the US πŸ™

    9. Emm

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      @Walkcams - Details at the page, I believe Canada also. Just got info that it's using 19mm Carbon Rods. That's pretty solid. I'm very interested in this product myself.

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