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Tripod Dolly for Professional Camera/Video/Lighting Very High Quality


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  • Boxed-product Weight: 6 Kg
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  • Item model number: KN-DL10
  • ASIN: B00112B9C4
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 10 Dec 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)

Product Description

Basic tripod dolly most kind of tripods can be fitted. Freedom of movement is guaranteed with this tripod dolly. The three wheels can be locked independently.

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54 of 55 people found the following review helpful By aztecjones on 20 July 2010
If you want to make tracking shots showing the POV of a character with a nervous disorder this is the dolly for you. This dolly rattles like mad on the smoothest surface. The plastic heads on the screw bolts that hold the tripod feet to the dolly aren't glued either, so don't screw them too tight 'cos when you try to unscrew you just take the plastic tops off. Professional my arse...avoid this altogether unless you enjoy the whole 'screwed' experience.
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41 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Julian Frear on 1 May 2009
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While I give Netgadgets full marks for their quick delivery and price, I can't see that I will have any use for this product as I can't get a smooth shot while using the dolly over even the smoothest lino floors. The wheels are hard, with no give, and the whole dolly and tripod shake as soon as I begin to move them.

The dolly is easy and convenient to set up, pack away and attach to tripods of any size, but none of this is any use to me if I can't get a steady tracking shot while using it.

There's a review on here that describes the dolly working well over gravel and rough surfaces... but I found that rough surfaces only exacerbated the problem, and over gravel there just wasn't a chance. The thing barely even moved when I tried - it kept getting stuck.

Perhaps this dolly has good applications that I haven't thought of, but in terms of achieving steady tracking shots for video work it doesn't do the job.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Plato Andy on 27 Feb 2011
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I found this dolley to be cheap and more importantly it works. Obviously this is not a rail/track based system and you need a reasonably flat floor to use it on....but I have used it with a lightweight DSLR and it was fine. The secret is to hang some weights onto the tripod and that gives it more mass and makes movement smoother. It also makes for quick changes of set-up while filming.. from one shot to another. Just don't expect it to be a high level item, for the money I'd say why not buy it and carry it in the back of the car for shoots, you will end up using it although to some extent it depends on the kind of filming you do. A final tip, use a heavy tripod not a lightweight one!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By alpuyal on 2 Aug 2010
It's not a bad dolly but, of course it's not perfect. If you do fast movements with wide-angle, it works. But if you are looking for a smooth dolly to use with long focal distances or slow and delicate movements it's not your dolly. But, what do you expect for this money? Ah! it is better if you use it with not tall tripods: longer it is, worse. The problem: the wheels; they are not very good and this is the reason because the movements are not quite good enough.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By turbo on 19 Jan 2011
i was hoping to get a cheap dolly solution for HD video work - FAIL! i cant believe one reviewer reckons they have used it on sand and gravel??? - even on a clean, smooth, flat wooden floor the camera shakes all over the place - i'm no engineer but it's obvious the fault is with the wheels which have uneven rubber ribs sticking out around the centre and so roll unsteadily - think about it, if you put your camera tripod on top of something that isn't steady in the first place how is it possible that the camera wouldn't shake? - did they even test this product before they considered selling it? - maybe the gravel lady was on quality control duty that day? - i was super disappointed with this product proving once again you get what you pay for and if it hadn't been for the reviews at the time, which quite honestly were misleading i would never have purchased this item
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Mr. P. R. Leyland on 16 April 2011
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For the price this is great value. Its very sturdy and well made. Its not as smooth as a professional bit of kit but Its very usable.
You could always put some larger casters on the bottom. Great value for the money. The video was taken as soon as I got it and on a not very smooth Parquet Floor.
the only bumps came from the castors turn.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Riyadh Haque on 23 Aug 2010
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This product is a sturdy, 3 wheeled dolly that is workable with most tripods. I say most as some professional tripods can weigh a lot so this wouldn't be appropriate as a dolly system could be. The build, whilst slightly ruggedly put together, does do the job well. However, it is the 'job' that I have most gripes with.

As the wheels oscillate independently and have no way of locking on one parallel plane with the other wheels to create a controlled lateral movement, this dolly is really only appropriate for light stand manoeuvrability and some dextrous camera movement providing the floor surface permits. The wheels and frame do cause judder when there is excessive movement but as there is a locking mechanism for the wheels, it's most successful as simply a way of moving lights etc. between shots. Slow movement can be controlled but this is only minimal. The only way to create a solid track shot is to manually hold the wheels so perhaps a wheelchair would be more efficient if that's why you are buying this.

The package is good; a carry bag accompanies the foldable dolly and it fits nicely. The overall size folded is very compact and its weight is slight. The unfolded dolly is considerable so you have to think about room for it if you have more than one.

To surmise, it's a competent product. I think it's a very cheap and relatively effective purchase, too. It might not have a great look but it does do a good job for what it is. Recommended buy.
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