(PRE-Order) YC Onion Hot Dog Bun Motorized Slider (24″)
- Attachable Motor with Controls & LCD
- Can Be Used Manually with Motor Removed
- Pair DJI/Zhiyun Gimbal via Add-On Module
- iOS/Android App Slider/Gimbal Settings
- Time-Lapse Settings: A/B, Loop & More
- 44 lb Horizontal/14 lb Vertical Payload
- 2.5mm Shutter Control Port
- A/B Travel Points Memory
- Carbon Fiber Rods, Aluminum Construction
- Battery & Power Bank Support
The 24″ YC Onion Hot Dog Bun Motorized Slider includes a motor that attaches to the slider carriage to motorize your slides with smooth, consistent motion. Using an iOS/Android companion app, you can assign A and B start and end travel points in both video and time-lapse modes. Settings such as speed and back and forth loop motion are also assignable. In time-lapse mode, you can adjust the frame rate, the number of photos, interval time, exposure, damping, and other parameters. The motor also has onboard buttons for setting A and B start and end points directly without an app. The motor attaches to the slider carriage with included screws, and a belt attaches to the motor and to the two ends of the slider by quick release clip mounts. You can also remove the motor and belt and use the slider fully manually.
The motor can also be paired with most DJI and Zhiyun-Tech gimbals by adding an optional YC Onion Interlink module to achieve 4-axis motion control. Gimbals such as the DJI RS 2 and Ronin-S, or the Zhiyun WEEBILL LAB, WEEBILL S, CRANE 3 LAB, and CRANE-M2, can be mounted on the slider carriage via the Interlink module, and then you can assign simultaneous motion settings for the slider and the gimbal from the same YC Onion app.
Time-lapse capture can be achieved with the slider placed horizontally or slanted on a tripod. The motor supports up to 44 lb horizontally, up to 31 lb when inclined at 45° on a tripod, and up to 14 lb when mounted fully vertically.
The slider carriage features a 3/8″-16 screw, supporting compatible tripod heads and ball heads (as well as the optional Interlink module). On the bottom of the slider are 1/4″-20 and 3/8″-16 threads for mounting the slider on a tripod.