Back to previous page
Search for similar:  Manufacturer OR Model
Ronford Baker 4ft Slider - Image #1

Ronford Baker 4ft Slider

Ronford Baker 4ft Slider

Price: £4,000.00
Location: United Kingdom
Condition: Used
Viewed: 142 times
Date Expires: 19/09/2018
Item ID: 199209
 

Ronford Baker 4ft Slider

Ronford Baker 4ft Slider

4ft Slider with support bars and rubber suckers in custom flight case.

360 degree lockable rotation

Soft stop’ adjustable magnetic stops

Tritium’ spirit level

Share:

Similar products
FloatCam Dolly Crane Slider HD Dolly Crane Slider, Tower and Jib Arm
  Huge Kit List Various Items Bright Tangerine - Dedolight - Atomos - MovCam - SmallHD - Zeiss
  Huge Kit List Various Items Bright Tangerine - Dedolight - Atomos - MovCam - SmallHD - Zeiss
Panther classic dolly kit Used Panther classic dolly Complete kit. Good condition
Atomos Shogun Inferno Atomos Shogun Inferno

More products from this category
Tripod System
Tripod System
3 and 6 meters crane with tripod in flight cases
3 and 6 meters crane with tripod in flig.
like new Steadi complete in its bag - 3 months warranty
like new Steadi complete in its bag - 3 .
Shoulder kit complete with follow focus and mattebox
Shoulder kit complete with follow focus .
Complete stabilizer in case
Complete stabilizer in case
Low Mode Support LMS-1 with Extension Plate
Low Mode Support LMS-1 with Extension Pl.
contact for details
contact for details
Reach 57
Reach 57" (145cm) - Boom 72" (183cm) Wt.
Tripod System
Tripod System
Complete stabilizer in case
Complete stabilizer in case
Contact me for more details
Contact me for more details
Sony VG-C1EM Camera grip
Sony VG-C1EM Camera grip
See More Kit

This News may interest You
Sam Baker Wins The 2018 MPG LIPA Prize Posted: 27/07/2018
Sam Baker Wins The 2018 MPG LIPA Prize
LIPA graduate Sam Baker has been named as the recipient of the 2018 Music Producers Guild Prize, which brings with it a host of benefits including financial support from PPL.
Tags: Music Producers Guild ,LIPA Prize ,Tony Platt ,Steve Levine ,Sam Baker ,Jon Thornton
Submitted by White Noise Public Relations Ltd
More from this author
KFX Technology to celebrate partnership with camadeus Film Technologies at Cine Gear 2017 and launch new East Coast showroom to sell and distribute KFX and camadeus products Posted: 23/05/2017
KFX Technology to celebrate partnership with camadeus Film Technologies at Cine Gear 2017 and launch new East Coast showroom to sell and distribute KFX and camadeus products

At Cine Gear Expo 2017 New York based KFX Technology will celebrate its new partnership with LA based camadeus Film Technologies, also launching a new US East Coast showroom and sales office in New York City. KFX CEO Steve Scammell:  Ive established a base in NYC and we've been successful in selling our high quality engineered products like the Aurora remote head into the film industry here in the USA and in other parts of the world.

Tags: KFX ,KFX Technology ,camadeus ,Cine Gear ,Cine Gear 2017 ,Aurora head ,Ronford Baker ,Steve Scammell ,Transvideo ,CMOTION ,Panther ,Gecko-Cam
Submitted by Stylus Media Consultants
More from this author
PIXIT MEDIA AND ERA MERGE Posted: 03/04/2017
PIXIT MEDIA AND ERA MERGE
 Pixit Media, the leader in storage solutions built specifically for media workflows and ERA, a leading provider of IT solutions to broadcast, media and visual computing organisations, announced today that they have merged into a single company under ArcaPix Holdings Limited to leverage the respective strengths of both organisations to the benefit of customers worldwide.
Tags: Pixit Media ,ERA ,Storage Solutions ,Ben Leaver ,Sean Baker ,ArcaPix Holdings Ltd ,PixStor ,IaaS
Submitted by Manor Marketing
More from this author
ERA Appoints Gareth Hodkinson As Senior Sales Consultant Posted: 01/06/2016
ERA Appoints Gareth Hodkinson As Senior Sales Consultant

ERA Ltd, a leading IT infrastructure and application reseller for the broadcast and media industry, today announced the appointment of Gareth Hodkinson as Senior Sales Consultant. Based at the companys new headquarters in Chesham Buckinghamshire and working from their London Soho office, Gareth will provide sales and consulting expertise across ERAs complete portfolio, with a strong focus on storage solutions. 

Tags: ERA ,Gareth Hodkinson ,Sean Baker ,Broadcast ,Storage ,Storage Solutions ,Media ,Cloud
Submitted by MJO Communications
More from this author
KFX Technology takes its Aurora Remote Head and new products to Cinegear with high end KFX-Ronford Baker Motorized Slider and KFX-MYT new products Velvet Remote Head and Constellation Skater Dolly Posted: 23/05/2016
KFX Technology takes its Aurora Remote Head and new products to Cinegear with high end KFX-Ronford Baker Motorized Slider and KFX-MYT new products Velvet Remote Head and Constellation Skater Dolly

KFX Technology will show their new high-end product, the KFX-Ronford Baker Motorized Slider at Cinegear Expo 2016 on booth #60C. KFX Technology was chosen by Ronford Baker to collaborate on motorizing their well known sliders after impressing them with the high quality engineering of the KFX Aurora Remote Head. The Aurora Remote Head is precision engineered, easy and intuitive to use, with more than enough power for the most demanding applications, and already has an established success and reputation in the movie industry worldwide. Recent productions include Mission Impossible 5, Spectre, Star Wars the Force Awakens, Insurgent, Daddy's Home and Downton Abbey, Game of Thrones and Victor Frankenstein.

Tags: KFX ,KFX Technology ,Aurora Remote Head ,Ronford Baker ,MYT Works ,Steve Scammell ,Cinegear ,Expo ,KFX-Ronford Baker Motorized Slider ,Velvet Remote Head ,Constellation Skater Dolly ,KFX-MYT
Submitted by KFX Technology
More from this author
KFX Technology collaborates with MYT Works to debut three new products at NAB 2016 Posted: 06/04/2016
KFX Technology collaborates with MYT Works to debut three new products at NAB 2016

KFX CEO Stephen Scammell said KFX Technology  is located in New York but I started in London, designing and building portable motion control equipment that would function reliably in the extreme conditions encountered in BBCs Frozen Planet series. In 2012 I moved my base to New York and subsequently designed the Aurora Remote Head, which has been very successful and has been used in some of Hollywoods blockbuster movies.

Tags: KFX Technology ,MYT Works ,KFX ,MYT ,NAB ,NAB 2016 ,Aurora Head ,GlideLine slider ,Velvet Remote Head ,Stephen Scammell ,Frozen Planet ,Etienne Sauret ,Constellation skater dolly
Submitted by KFX Technology
More from this author
GatesAir Wins National Digital TV Transition Project in Ethiopia Posted: 08/03/2016
GatesAir Wins National Digital TV Transition Project in Ethiopia

GatesAir, a global leader in wireless, over-the-air content delivery solutions for radio and TV broadcasters, has been awarded a contract to provide turnkey equipment and services associated with Ethiopias national digital TV (DTV) network. In support of the contract, GatesAir will design, supply, install, test and commission a DVB-T2 over-the-air network solution for 26 new transmission sites, and upgrade systems at 74 existing facilities. In addition, GatesAir will provide a financing solution through one of the worlds most prominent financial institutions, J.P Morgan, with support from Export Development Canada (EDC). 

Tags: GatesAir ,Ethiopia ,canada ,transmission ,transmitters ,maxiva ,headend ,DVB-T@ ,digital TV ,television ,DTV ,Ambassador Patricia Haslach ,Ambassador Philip Baker ,UHF ,phil argyris ,NAB 2016 ,NAB 2016
Submitted by Dimension PR
More from this author
KFX Technology debuts high end motorised slider with Ronford Baker at BSC Expo 2016 Posted: 21/01/2016
KFX Technology debuts high end motorised slider with Ronford Baker at BSC Expo 2016

KFX Technology will launch their new high end motorised slider at the BSC Expo 2016 on the Ronford Baker stand, #209.

KFX Technology was chosen by Ronford Baker to collaborate on motorising their well known sliders after impressing them with the high quality engineering of the KFX Aurora Remote Head. The Aurora head is precision engineered, easy and intuitive to use, with more than enough power for the most demanding applications, and already has an established success and reputation in the movie industry worldwide.

Tags: KFX ,KFX Technology ,Ronford Baker ,BSC Expo ,Aurora remote head ,slider ,motorised slider ,Steve Scammell ,remote head ,movie industry ,Hollywood
Submitted by Steve Scammell, KFX Technology, New York, USA
More from this author
Jaina Desai joins ERA as Business Development Manager Posted: 14/07/2015
Jaina Desai joins ERA as Business Development Manager

Leading media IT solutions provider, ERA has announced the appointment of Jaina Desai as the group's Business Development Manager.

Tags: ERA ,storage ,media IT ,broadcast IT ,Jaina Desai ,Sean Baker
Submitted by MJO Communications Ltd
More from this author
Acebil launches in Europe, with exclusive distribution by Ianiro International Posted: 29/06/2015
Acebil launches in Europe, with exclusive distribution by Ianiro International
New camera support manufacturer Acebil is launching its range of tripods, pedestals, jibs and sliders into Europe through an exclusive distribution agreement with Ianiro International.
Tags: tripod ,ianiro ,acebil ,slider
Submitted by Seth Net
More from this author
All news

These Articles may interest You
Panasonic EVA1 and Atomos Shogun Inferno ProRes Raw Review
David Fernandes Filmmakers all over the world are embracing an affordable new route to higher-than-4K video recording. It’s just a few weeks since Atomos enabled support for 5.7K Apple ProRes RAW recording from the Panasonic EVA1 with the Shogun Inferno monitor/recorder, but filmmaker David Fernandes and DP Gregory Bennett have already become the first to use 5.7K ProRes RAW on a full-scale production.
Tags: iss132 ,panasonic ,eva1 ,prores raw ,5.7k ,review ,inferno ,atomos
Contributing Author David Fernandes Click to read or download PDF
Atomos Ninja Inferno REVIEWED
Daniel Peters Bristol-based Daniel Peters is one of a new breed of indie filmmakers discovering that you dont need big budgets to create filmic shorts. Often working solo, shooting and editing his own work, he creates the look and feel of bigger productions with only limited resources. His commitment to the craft is so great he had to sell much of his own gear to fund his most recent short film Deserted in Paris, after he went over budget due to lost locations and actors pulling out.
Tags: iss127 ,atomos ,inferno ,ninja ,review ,prores ,dnxhr ,gh5 ,fs7 ,lut
Contributing Author Daniel Peters Click to read
IBC with the BBC
Jon Page IBC is an exciting opportunity for us in BBC R&D to share with the world the work we've been doing on a range of technologies. Those attending the conference will be able see much of the work we are doing on new forms of content and workflows and get an understanding of the object based principles for broadcasting which we are working towards, enabled by Internet Protocol (IP).
Tags: iss117 ,bbc ,ibc ,ip
Contributing Author Jon Page Click to read
Our Time At NAB 2016
Beth Zarkosh We were lucky enough to visit this year's NAB Show in Las Vegas, and we must say there were some real treats on show! Here's just a few things that stood out for us and worth keeping your eye on.
Tags: iss113 ,NAB 2016 ,Virtual Reality & 360 Degree Videos ,Black Magic ,DaVinci Resolve 12.5 ,EDIUS 8.2 ,Colour Correction ,Motion tracking ,GoPro Omni ,Canon ,Sony ,Panasonic ,4k
Contributing Author Beth Zarkosh Click to read
Camera Supports Top Tips
Mark Scotton No matter how much money people spend on a camera there always seems to be a temptation to try and cut corners when it comes to tripods. I am not sure why this is the case but it's a regular occurrence when talking to people and it results in several problems.
Tags: iss110 ,support ,grip ,bhague ,quick release ,slider ,jib
Contributing Author Mark Scotton Click to read
Creating native looks in alien worlds: the making of The Martian
Richard Baker Prime Focus Worlds Richard Baker explains how Mars was brought into stereo 3D with the help of Fusion Studio for Ridley Scotts new SciFi survival epic, The Martian
Tags: iss107 ,the martian ,matt damon ,behind the scenes ,ridley scott ,prime focus world ,stereo 3d
Contributing Author Richard Baker Click to read
The key to stability
Mark Scotton Moving shots dont just enhance video production, they bring it to life and allow the viewer to experience what they are watching. This isnt something new, but the options we now have available to bring productions to life are more varied and readily available than ever before. No longer do you need a Hollywood budget and a large crew of helpers to get some wonderful footage, you simply need your camera, a bit of decent equipment and some imagination.
Tags: iss106 ,video production ,camera operator ,stabilizer ,moving shots ,floating shots ,support ,grip
Contributing Author Mark Scotton Click to read
Shoot safe, shoot dynamic
Nick Allen Miles Todays craze for shooting from a UAV or drone is not for the faint hearted. Unless used legally and in very limited situations, its a dangerous way of capturing dynamic shots. Wherever people are involved or height restrictions apply, there are more useful ways of filming safely that deliver a more interesting shot than anything taken from a tripod mounted camera.
Tags: iss104 ,shoot ,uav ,drone ,shots ,jib ,dolly ,track ,studio ,mobile kit
Contributing Author Nick Allen Miles Click to read
Eye to Eye: Video Post-production
N/A Video post-production has long been one of the fastest developing subsets of the broadcast business. It was among the first to lead the shift from hardware into software, bringing huge advantages in terms of affordability and ease of use. I can still remember the high cost, heavy weight and low quality of the early analogue tape to tape video editing systems. The expression 'colour comes later' returns to mind. IBC will see the introduction of quite a lot of new video-post kit including a respectable amount designed to handle 3D content which I will start off with.
Tags: eye to eye ,post production ,3d post ,binocle ,dashwood ,editshare ,for-a ,miranda ,2d post ,miranda ,blackmagic design ,deltacast ,digital vision ,eyeheight ,matrox ,panasonic ,iphone ,vericorder
Contributing Author N/A Click to read
What does your perfect business look like?
Den Lennie

It’s always a good idea to try and visualisewhat your ideal business looks like. Givenyou are about to (or are already) bespending a large proportion of your wakinghours for the next 5-10 years working on orthinking about your business then you may as well makesure you know where you are going with it.

Tags: iss096 ,den lennie ,business ,filmmakers ,advice
Contributing Author Den Lennie Click to read
All articles