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Recently I covered the band Lotus with two of my Camera Goat sliders. We had one 15 foot Camera Goat side stage and another 8 foot Camera Goat center stage in the pit. During the day I was able to walk around with the 8 foot Goat capturing daytime B roll.

Recently I covered the band Lotus with two of my Camera Goat sliders. We had one 15 foot Camera Goat side stage and another 8 foot Camera Goat center stage in the pit. During the day I was able to walk around with the 8 foot Goat capturing daytime B roll.

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  • If you’ve ever sat around and watched four or five guys set up and wedge dolly track for a half hour only to find out it would have been better three feet to the right understands the power of the Camera Goat. Move the dolly shot and level it in 30 seconds and keep moving until you have exactly what you want. The Camera Goat makes dolly shots available to every production no matter the budget or the terrain.
    Alex Bogusky, Co-founder of Crispin Porter + Bogusky
  • The Camera Goat slider is one of the easiest sliders I have worked with. Using it on an “Hammonds Candies” commercial in Denver Colorado, I realized how thought out it was designed. As a 1st AC, I am often required to set up the slider to help get our day done. Not all sliders are as intuitive in their design. The Camera Goat is versatile, light and easy to transport.
    Tod Boyle, 1st AC, Local #600
  • I have been using The Camera Goat system regularly over the last 18 months on various projects with a selection of cameras on board. Its really a joy to use and sets up quickly. The design is flexible and well thought out. Build quality is excellent. Whether I am part of a sizable crew or shooting solo, The Goat definitely adds to the production value on every project we use it on.
    Eric Peter Abramson, Director/Camera
  • I used the Camera Goat on the TV series “Sirens” and used it in places we couldn’t get a normal dolly into. It’s a great piece of equipment that’s been well thought out! All of the tow shots of the ambulance on “Sirens” were done from the Camera Goat. When directors asked if the camera could slide more left or right it was easily done without having to move a heavy dolly around. I want a Camera Goat on all the shows I work on because its so quick so easy to use!
    Bill Nielsen, Director Of Photography, Local #600
  • We loved getting to test out the Camera Goat on the set of Stuck on A, a new web series playing online in now. Our web series operated with a team of 4 people, and having the Goat made moves possible that we would not have been able to make with a large dolly or even a doorway dolly. It was fast and easy to level when we were shooting in an un-level location. One of the great features is the adaptable cheese plate that allows you to put a brake and safeties on, but also to attach other things like a second camera or monitor. We used a Red and it was very sturdy.
    David Johnson, Director, Stuck on A
  • Clients, agencies and production companies are constantly looking for ways to cut costs. Yet they are unwilling to sacrifice on the quality and effectiveness of the final product. Which is really hard to pull off, if not entirely impossible. Camera Goat is a piece of production technology born for the challenges of modern marketing—making great stuff on a shoestring budget. It replaces more costly, cumbersome equipment, and eliminates the need for extra crew, while yielding absolutely killer shots. Death to the old-school dolly. Long live Camera Goat!
    Dave Schiff, Partner & CCO, Made Movement