The Syrp Magic Carpet Long Slider (62") includes a 62" long track with a matching carriage and end caps to create a complete Syrp Magic Carpet Slider. The Syrp Magic Carpet Slider is designed so that you can switch out its track with multiple other sizes (sold separately). This slider system supports up to 15.4lbs and includes a brake, bubble level, and reversible 3/8"-16 and 1/4"-20 screws for attaching a camera, ball head, or tripod head.
Syrp Magic Carpet Long Track (5.2')
The 5.2' Syrp Magic Carpet Long Track creates a sliding surface for the Magic Carpet slider system. It supports weight up to 15.4lbs and is designed to work with the Magic Carpet Carriage and End Caps (optional).
Syrp Magic Carpet Carriage and End Caps
The Syrp Magic Carpet Carriage and End Caps are created to be used with either the Magic Carpet 2.6' Short Track or 5.2' Long Track. The carriage conveniently inserts into the end of the track and includes a brake, a bubble level, and reversible 3/8"16 and 1/4"-20 threaded screws to attach either a camera, ballhead, or tripod head.
The two End Caps slide into the end of the tracks and have adjustable quick release legs which are easily adjusted by pulling out a lever, without the need for additional tools. The End Caps also include Genie rope lock-off hooks which enable the Syrp Genie Motion Control Time Lapse Device to be easily attached and locked off. Additionally, the end caps have a counter balance wheel which allows for vertical slides with heavier cameras. The Genie rope is simply tied off around the carriage and then threaded through the counter balance wheel. A weight is used to offset the camera weight.
Carriage and End Caps are universal to the Magic Carpet system and fit either the Short Track or Long Track
Brake and bubble level on Carriage
Reversible 3/8"-16 and 1/4"-20 threaded screw for attaching camera, ballhead, or tripod head
End Caps with adjustable quick release legs
Genie rope lock off hooks for using with Genie Motion Control Time Lapse Device
Counter balance wheel for vertical slides with heavier cameras