Documentation

How to charge the Dynamic Perception Portable 2700 mAh Battery Pack

We get a lot of questions from our customers about how the charge the Dynamic Perception 2700 mAh Portable Battery Pack. The Portable Power 2700mAh Lithium Ion Battery Pack provides enough juice to run your Stage Zero Dolly for about 10 hours, while being small/light enough to fit in your pocket! Comes with everything you need to start using it with the Stage Zero or MX2, no additional parts required.

New products at ElysiaVisuals.com

Dynamic Perception is working hard to introduce new products in 2013. Some of these great products have reached our on-line store today. We now have the Motor Quick Change System in stock. This system can be used on both the Stage Zero Slider and the Stage One Dolly. The Quick Change System can be used to easily remove or change the motor that is attached to your Dynamic Perception dolly system.

New products from Dynamic Perception

Dynamic Perception is on the move. They just released new products and they will release a lot more exciting products in 2013. All products will, of course, be available in our ElysiaVisuals store. Here is what is happening at Dynamic Perception

The eMotimo TB-3 pan/tilt head is now available at ElysiaVisuals

We are very happy and proud to announce that ElysiaVisuals has become an official eMotimo distributor. The prime product of eMotimo is the TB3 that works with your Digital SLR or video camera to create moving time lapse shots like those that are used heavily in Planet Earth and Frozen Planet. Take a 5 minute shot sequence with fast moving clouds, or a 6 hour shot through the night to see the stars fall across the horizon. You can create the types of shots that previously required equipment costing thousands of Euro's.

Dynamic Perception Stage One Limit Switch Stops announced

Dynamic Perception had announced Limit Switch Stops that make it possible to easily attach the Dynamic Perception Limit Switch Kit to your Stage One slider. The cart of the Stage One already had mounting holes for the attachment of the multi function (limit) switches, but there were no stoppers available similar to the ones that you can use with the Stage Zero dolly. We fixed this at ElysiaVisuals by providing our own stoppers which are a big version of the ones that you use for the Stage Zero.

How to use the Dynamic Perception MX2 motion controller with a Sony camera

The Dynamic Perception MX2 motion controller is a great controller that controls the motor of you slider and your camera. The MX2 can even control the Merlin 2-axis pan and tilt head that we have available on our site.

Sony camera's are supported by the MX2 motion controller too. We just found out that these camera's don't work out-of-the-box with the MX2. You need to set some settings before your camera can be triggered by the MX2 motion controller.

Dynamic Perception Stage One 21" Fixed-Span Extension Set announced

Stage One Fixed-Span Extension Sets make it easier to go long with the Stage One, and can help with rigging requirements for mid-spans that don't move.

Stage One users probably know that the mid spans can shift a bit. This is fixed with this new Stage ONe 21" FIxed-Span Extension Set. The set holds a "mid span" that is fixed by the extension tubes. These new tubes have a longer threaded part to accomplish this.

Dynamic Perception Stage One User Guide

The Stage One Slider/Dolly is a multi-function camera slider designed for shooting video and timelapse with dSLR cameras, either manually or motorized. With a focus on light-weight, ease of transport, and extensibility, the Stage One is an all-around performer for artists in the field.

This user manual will guide you through the assembly, setup, use, and maintenance of the Stage One slider.

User guide for nanoMoCo, MoCoBus, and the new Motion Engine

The following user guide can also be found at the site of http://www.dynamicperception.com. The nanoMoCo stepper driver/controller is a specialized, Arduino-compatible* device specifically designed to enable advanced multi-axis stepper-based robotics and automation projects less expensive, and easier to create.

Key features of the nanoMoCo include:

Timelapse Post-processing - Photos to Video using the Adobe Workflow

This video shows you how to create a time lapse video with the use of Adobe software.

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