The high-speed motion-control cinebot features a 10'2"-long camera capable of up to 17' of vertical travel.
Mark Roberts Motion Control, a Nikon company, has released Bolt X, the latest addition to its high-speed motion-control cinebot family.
Controlled via MRMC’s Flair 7 software, the Bolt X features a 10'2"-long camera that opens up a range of new shooting opportunities. Users have the ability to move the camera in and around subjects with double the range of motion and the freedom to put the camera anywhere in the set, capturing scenes from every angle to create immersive environments. Long, sweeping camera moves and dynamic changes of camera height and position are facilitated by up to 17' of vertical travel.
“Matching creativity with absolute precision, repeatability and consistency is essential for today's filmmakers, and our Bolt family has been setting the standard for a few years now,” says MRMC Managing Director Assaff Rawner. “With Bolt X, we have extended our offerings in this area, opening up new creative possibilities for directors to capture new and unique footage. Bolt X will be the star of our IBC lineup this year.”