The AGITO Modular Dolly system is designed to allow camera operators to move the camera either on dolly tracks or off from a safe distance while executing moves that might have been impossible before. Being lighter than a normal dolly, and not having to carry a physical operator and first assistant, the AGITO can execute moves with faster speed and direction changes than you might traditionally be able to execute. It’s designed to still be smooth and silky even at slow speeds, making it a versatile tool for a wide variety of productions.
The AGITO is built around a central core unit that houses the processing electronics, power distribution, and is where you will mount a variety of accessories. On top of the core, you would mount the camera, either on a tube for height or directly to a stabilizer system.
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