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The designer of digidolly is a camera man with over 17 years experience, filming travel shows, documentaries, lifestyle programs, public affairs and corporate videos. He needed a dolly that was lightweight and quick to set up. He found with other models, that there was never enough time to connect the track, or to get proper levels.

He therefore, came up with an idea of foam suspension pads and soft wheels to take out any of the lumps and bumps of ground surfaces.

The designer also decided to have a “hi-hat” permanently connected to the dolly, allowing the operator to take other camera angles, immediately, saving time.

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arrow There are no tools required to put the Digidolly together. Every component slides together and is held by a single threaded bolt - saving yet more time.

arrow Most camera operators know that not all shots taken on a dolly are wide shots. An accessory for the Digidolly is the amazing "Stand-On Plate", which slides onto the dolly in a second. The operator can therefore put their eye right up to the eyepiece of the camera and use the controls of the camera with ease. This feature is unique to Digidolly.

arrow The Digidolly features a foam cushioning system that allows the digidolly to be set up anywhere in minutes.

arrow The digidolly comes with a low-level camera mount (100mm bowl), which is already attached to the dolly for your convenience. Different size bowls can be fitted.

arrow The Digidolly has 3 elastic foot straps which connect to your tripod feet. This ensures your tripod will never come away from the Digidolly.

arrow The track separators, with built in stoppers, keeps the track in line and square. This takes the guesswork out when arranging the track on the ground. The operator can then place the dolly down on the track with speed. The stoppers on the track separators do just that – STOP. If there is a decline in the position where you have set up your digidolly, the separators will stop the dolly from going of the track. Having the track separators connected means you can pick the track up in its entirety and move to the next location for your next dolly shot; saving more time.