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The REVOLVE is a tool for creating fluid and dynamic video footage; compatible with all cameras and affordable to all film-makers.
The REVOLVE is a tool for creating fluid and dynamic video footage; compatible with all cameras and affordable to all film-makers.
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INTRODUCING: Revolve Automated Motion!

Posted by Jeremy (Creator)
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Dear Backers,

It has been over a year since the Revolve Camera Dolly Kickstarter project was made successful thanks to your support! Today, I am happy to introduce you to the next addition to our product line: Revolve Automated Motion. 

Revolve Automated Motion is a motion control system that gives you precise motorized control of your camera moves and can help you create stunning time-lapse videos and give you perfectly smooth video shots every time! The system integrates perfectly with the Revolve Dolly that you already own, and can also be used with a camera slider.

Continuing in our design philosophy, Revolve Automated Motion is versatile, portable, and very affordable. It compliments the Revolve Dolly and opens up a whole new world of creative possibilities.

Please head over and check out the Revolve Automated Motion Kickstarter project by clicking here. 

Please feel encouraged to share the project on your Facebook, Twitter, wherever you connect with your friends and family, and help us spread the word!

I hope you will join us for this exciting new project!

Sincerely,

Jeremy

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    1. Jeremy 2-time creator on

      Felipe- the camera shutter is controlled separately using an intervalometer (shutter timer). Our basic controller does not support shoot-move-shoot capability. Long exposures are possible using our slow motor, but you are correct about movement, and exposure times over 30 seconds may show a bit of motion blur (but this can also be a nice effect for star-lapse shots).

      If funding goes well, we may introduce a stretch goal that offers a programmable controller which will support all of the advanced features like shutter control and shoot-move-shoot capability.

    2. Felipe Gordillo Corvalán on

      Thats cool, but what kind of cable does it use to connect to the camera? i mean to stop the movement when the camera is shooting? (movement can be a pain in the ass for long exposure timelapses)