This is the third episode of the 3D Printed DSLR camera slider Project, that was announced back in the Camera Gear video, and I recommend you to watch here:
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This is already the third iteration of the slider, in which we solved the problems that we featured in the second episode, that I recommend you to watch here:
In the first episode, I modelled everything in 3d using Rhinoceros, popularly known as Rhino. You can find it here:
If you don’t have Rhino, you should check out my videos explaining how you can get it for free both for windows and mac:
-Rhino 6 for Windows:
-Rhino 5 for Mac OS:
I have started a series of Rhino tutorials as well, uploading a new video every Wednesday for a beginners level, that I strongly recommend you and can find in the next link:
At the end of this episode we got a fully functional camera slider, that we are using with our DSLR Canon EOS 600D or t3i in the United States. With this new version, we are solving the problem of bending that we had las week, and also the problem of keeping a constant movement, since now it is automatic, and controlled by an arduino, a motor driver, and a stepper motor. We will keep developing this Camera slider in the near future, so stay tuned for the next iteration.
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