Excerpt: These dollys are no good unless you are using a light weight consumer tripod. The breaks are just a peg that drags the floor. I mean it really drags! Even when breaks are not engaged. We returned them. Go with the Davis & Sanford W4DS instead !
Excerpt: Bought this to stick under my new CobraCrane rig, which uses an old Bogen-Manfrotto tripod leg unit unit until i can replace it. It works, in that it doesn't crumple under the weight of roughly 50-60 pounds of jib, camera, and counterweight.
Excerpt: WARNING!! This is advertised as a portable folding dolly. It does fold, but in a completely useless and awkward manner. The wheels all bump into each other, resulting in this large clumsy shape at one end.
Excerpt: I am a wedding videographer, and I bought this dolly primarily to move the camera around quickly while keeping my tripod fully setup. It works well for that purpose, however I did find that I needed to put a 5 pound weight in the middle, to keep the dolly from folding slightly while moving.
Excerpt: This dolly is very useful when it comes to transporting my tripod within a facility while keeping it all setup. But if you're wanting a dolly that will give you silky smooth movement while taping, then I suggest you search elsewhere.
Excerpt: Best thing about it is its radius is relatively small. The brakes get stuck on carpets or unlevel floors. I use it to move the camera from place to place but I don't roll it and film simultaneously.
Excerpt: I use this dolly to video weddings/receptions. It works really well for me. It's easy to set-up from the folded position and to refold. The 3" wheels are very smooth. The locking mechanism is easy to operate with your foot also.