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Synonymous with "motion control rig", the Milo is the industry's finest moco system available, used the world over more than any other rig on the market. Its portable design, precision, repeatable high-speed movement and large operating envelope make it the ideal rig to offer Directors and DPs the most versatility to achieve their creative ideas.

The Milo gives a lens height of just over 4m (13ft) and a reach of over 3m (10ft), providing axes for track, rotate, lift, arm extension, head angle (outer arm), pan, tilt, roll, camera, zoom, focus and iris.

For additional height and reach the Milo can be used with the Titan telescopic arm giving a substantial 8.7m (28ft) lens height and 9.8m (32ft) maximum reach with 6.9m of telescoping motion. The Titan arm is the only telescopic precision motion control arm on the market.

The Milo is transported whole to studios or locations and can be set up and ready to shoot in under an hour. For shooting overseas the Milo can be packed into flight cases and freighted to any location/destination.

The Milo can take a wide range of camera packages from IMAX to DSLR and 3D rigs.

Our rigs are programmed using Flair Motion Control software, the most advanced motion control software available. Moves can be planned in 3D packages, fed into Flair and executed by our rigs. Reversely, moves programmed in Flair can be exported to 3D packages. For following live action or adding a handheld feel we have available, for Directors and DPs, handweels and pan bars (encoded Fluid head) as well as options for manual focus/zoom record and playback.

Contact us to arrange a demo or to discuss your requirements and get expert advice from one of our experienced motion control crew.



+44 (0)1342 838000


+44 (0)1342 838001


+44 (0)7835 840 459

Head Office (UK)

Unit 3, South East Studios
Eastbourne Road
Blindley Heath
United Kingdom


Customer service

Mark Roberts Motion Control


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