Stage One PLUS

Travel farther with the most portable lightweight system on the market 


Stage One PLUS

Travel farther with the most portable lightweight system on the market 

The ultralight expandable slider you can carry in a backpack

Joinable carbon fiber extensions connect to build any slider length, no limits

Total slider weight, including motor is 5.38 lbs or (2.4 kg) / Load Capacity: 12- 15 lbs (5.4 - 6.8 kg)

Ready-to-run system with the new Digital NMX Motion Controller starting at $1,375

Maximum Creative Freedom

Create horizontal, angled or fully vertical single or multi-axis setups; even operate under-slung. Easily connect standard tripods to the Stage One or add Bi-Pods (our mini tripod legs) to the ends of the slider for low to the ground shots. Built-in levels make set up fast and precise.


Push Your Creative Boundaries

Looking for a curved track? The only slider that can simulate a curve and operates like a motorized jib
Achieve a super unique look by inverting the system, mounting your camera differently and creating a motorized push/pull and rotation effect (rotation with the addition of a single Stage: R Rotary unit). Move into and through a space with the slider never in the way. 

Portable Carbon Fiber Extension Sets

Precision-made joinable extensions provide buttery-smooth camera movement for both timelapse and video. 


Three different extension lengths are available for maximum portability, minimum extensions or a combination of the two. Travel farther: We've designed a portable system specifically for airlines and hiking packs. Connecting multiples of sets to achieve any total slider length you need.

Chadchud going big!

Joinable Carbon Fiber Lengths :
20" (0.51m)   :   0.7 lb (0.32 kg)  
40" (1.02m)   :   1.3 lb (0.59 kg) 
60" (1.52m)   :   1.9 lb (0.86 kg)


Simple operation with the NMX Controller and app 

The digital NMX Controller is a 3-axis capable motor driver that provides key-frame accurate time-lapse and video camera movement, synchronizes camera firing for move-shoot-move operation, and interacts with a host of other devices within the visual arts community.