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Rhino Announces New Rhino Slider EVO + Rhino Motion

By Anthony Thurston on April 7th 2015

Camera sliders are nothing new, neither is motion control. But getting the two together, in a cohesive package, that is both light weight and affordable, is something we have not seen much of yet on the market.


Today, Rhino announced their new Rhino Slider EVO + Rhino Motion, a professional camera slider designed to be the most modular and versatile tool in your kit; the perfect solution for a run and gun DSLR video shooter.

Rhino Motion enables you to capture stunning Live Motion and Timelapse in a single unit. Using a powerful, ultra-precise drive system and a built in hi-capacity battery, you can film on multiple shoots without needing to swap motors or use external batteries. Again, a huge boon for anyone shooting professional video with their DSLR or Mirrorless camera.

On its own, the Rhino Slider EVO will retail for $449 in a 24″ version, with a 42″ version available as well. If you want to pair your Slider EVO with the Rhino Motion, you can get them both in a package for $999.

You can be one of the first to get the Rhino Slider EVO by heading on over to their Kickstarter page and supporting the product with a pledge. $449 gets you the 24″ carbon fiber version of the slider.

The Slider EVO and Rhino Motion are expected to begin shipping in August of this year. We will be getting a unit in for review some time in the next few weeks, so stay tuned for our thoughts on the Rhino Slider EVO and Rhino Motion.

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Anthony Thurston is a photographer based in the Salem, Oregon area specializing in Boudoir. He recently started a new project, Fiercely Boudoir to help support the growing boudoir community. Find him over on Instagram. You may also connect with him via Email.

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Lester Terry

    interesting. I will keep my eye on this

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  2. Josiah Dewey

    I have been looking at getting a slider. This might be a good one to get.

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  3. Jason Pasqua

    I wish awesome gear like this wasn’t so expensive!

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  4. Graham Curran

    Looks like a really cool product.

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  5. Ankur Puri

    Nice product but keep it mind it’s just a single axis controller, and (it seems) the rails on which the cart slides are all exposed to bumps from the sides. Once you get anything on the rails, the slides will be less smooth than shown here. :| Technically, the ball bearings should slide on the inner side of the rails (hint: Kessler). Having said that, for those that are looking for something pretty straight forward, this would do in a pinch.

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  6. Matthew Saville

    $999 for motion control AND a slider, that’s pretty good!

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