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Published on May 16th, 2013 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Macro camera slider rail






Materials:
Finnvar stand

Description: I repurposed the FINNVAR stand and turned it into a height adjustable slider rail for my DSLR camera slider (which I built by cannibalizing my girlfriends roller-skates and spending countless hours at the tool store – but that’s a different story).

The concept is pretty straight forward and easy to copy: Essentially everything remains the same besides the the top board which is replaced with a longer one (1,4m), in order to get some sliding range. It’s also very important to add stops to each end of the sliding board, to keep your slider – and your camera on top of it for that matter – from sliding off the construction.

I also added some felt patches to one side of the board, to make the ride smooth and quiet.

~ FJ Renard, Berlin

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Jules IKEAHacker

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4 Responses to Macro camera slider rail

  1. Ramon says:

    Looks great!
    Could you please add some more information about the construction of the camera mount? Maybe some extra imgs?

    Would really appreciate it.
    Thnx!

  2. Joan says:

    Amazing, but I couldn’t find any information about FINNVAR stand.
    By the way, could you explain how did you do your slide?

    Thanks!

  3. Anonymous says:

    I’d like to hear about the roller skates and the tool shop visits ! You have me curious now :-)

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