This is a general overview of options to set up your SA2.6 with a dolly or slider.
Rigging with a Dana Dolly
Dana Dolly is great for those that want 3 to 20 feet of speed rail slides. Great for larger cameras for automated interviews, or product shoots where long movement is necessary. This setup is great for Automotive shoots - think running down the side of the car, or across the front, looking up.
If you are rigging for short slides/dollies, then make sure your ends are close for the best support. You don't want to play in the middle of a 20 foot dolly length with 10 feet of timing belt on both sides for a macro shoot that only needs 1.5 feet of movement.
Stands - Use quality stands like Matthews Grip Slider Stands. Don't use lights stands or C Stands - these don't have the support you need to resist lateral (sideways movement) during accelerations and decelerations of the dolly.
Apple Boxes - Great and easy to get some height
Floor Mounts -Great and good for automotive shoots from a low perspective.
Rigging with iFootage
iFootage Shark is our lightest weight slider for 2.5 to 4 feet of slide. Place on a table on the feet, or use two tripods at each ends? For a great run and gun set up, use a single tripod mounted in the middle. Take care and don't use tripod legs and studs directly to the aluminum ends or center plates as you can strip them out. We recommend using QR plates and clamps to help with the setup.
Rigging for a Tripod
You will need to effectively mount to a tripod. We recommend you use a metal camera plate securely attached. eMotimo typically uses arca-compatible plates and clamps. This product will give you the Riser/Clamp to match to the 3/8-16 stud on most photographic tripod legs https://emotimo.com/products/riser-and-clamp
Additionally, a 50mm or 100mm plate mounted to the bottom of the battery grip or power base completes the puzzle. https://emotimo.com/products/emotimo-100mm-arca-plate?_pos=3&_psq=plate&_ss=e&_v=1.0