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This $99 device will motorize any slider

There are some pricy (and awesome) motorized slider solutions out there (we quite like the Syrp Genie), but they are all kinda expensive. Anything with decent controls (screen/app) is 500$ or upwards. What if you throw some creative thinking into it? Videographer Nitsan Simantov constructed a variable speed slider motor from a TurnsPro – a $99 [...] The post This $99 device will motorize any slider appeared first on DIY Photography.
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