Hague D7 Ride On Camera Tracker Dolly

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If you want a professional camera track system then the Hague D7 Tracker could be an ideal camera dolly for you. Designed by Hague Camera Supports, the ride on dolly has an adjustable height column with a 100mm (a 75mm stepper ring is available as a related product) bowl on top where you can mount your video head. Your trusted helper then pulls you along so the camera operator can concentrate entirely on the shot. Supplied with a 6m run of track this camera tracking dolly will help you achieve some very smooth tracking shots. 

HAGUE CAMERA SUPPORTS PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The Hague D7 Tracker is a ride on tracking system that is quick and simple to set up and it enables you to create super smooth tracking shots on location or in the studio. An aluminium frame forms the base of the ride on tracking dolly and attached to this is a telescopic column with a 100mm bowl onto which you can fasten your video head. The Hague range of Jibs can also be attached to this column.

At the base of the column is a swivel seat, which allows you to move around the column when panning. The width of the dolly has been set to allow it to go through doorways. It runs on 50mm diameter track which is held in position by the 8 radial ball bearing wheels which make the dolly easy to move along the track using the handle supplied. A unique levelling system prevents any rocking should the track be laid on uneven ground.

Included in this kit are 6 x 2 metre lengths of track with connectors which provides a 6 metre run. Extra track and connectors are available if required.

Column height 110cm max. 72cm min.

Dolly size 98cm x 68cm x 9cm.

Weight 16kg. 

Designed and manufactured by Hague Camera Supports | Nottingham | England

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  • 4
    Needs new pictures!!!

    Posted by George Pugh on 29th Oct 2014

    The only reason I bought this bit of kit is because I had used one before and knew it was pretty good value for money and works well, otherwise I wouldn't have bothered as the picture is terrible.

    So for anyone looking at it, I can confirm it is much better than the photo from the 80s and if you actually want a low cost option this inst a bad choice.