Closet door track – $11.99
Wood beam – $2.49
Hardware store (McIvor’s):
Fluid head – $40
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wait, so…it didn’t work! noooooooooooo. I was just asking a buddy if it was possible to construct a slider like this and he said ‘no way’. they i saw this post and was like “way!”. but unfort it didn’t work:( but…have you tried again? any plans to? if so, i hope it works! half way through the video i was seriously almost out the door on my way to Lowes. anyhow, thank you for giving it a shot at least. just got a 7D and just discovered your website. it’s rad.
The closet door track is designed to be used on the top of the frame with the door hanging from it using gravity to keep the wheels in the groove. You would need an opposing force to keep the wheel up in the track with it essentially being used upside down. Fantastic idea though, I’m interested to see what could possibly come of this. You could attach the whole rail to a 2×4, put it on some saw horses, and hang your camera from it…just rotate in post.
I totally forgot about that challenge! I love how you married the two ideas, and gave the tutorial as well! I hope the stay alive, it is such a cute idea. Voted . Good luck
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