Edelkrone made a huge splash at NAB 2013 with their Target Module, which smoothly tracks subjects, panning and moving around a certain distance that can be set beforehand. It took the SliderPLUS to a new level in motion control, but there was still more to be desired. Enter the Wizard and Craft Modules, which, at the time, were welcomed additions to the rig as a whole, but their separate, particular tasks made moving your camera more restrictive and less efficient.
So, Edelkrone combined the capabilities of both of these modules into a single one, the Action Module, which allows users to complete a wider range of tasks, including recorded motion control, time-lapse, stop motion, and macro videography.
The Action Module's design is nearly identical to the previous two. It mounts to the SliderPLUS easily, has two spots for compatible batteries (Canon LP-E6, Panasonic CGA-D54, and Sony NP-FV), the single 5-way button, and incorporates a similar digital display found on the Craft module.
It's compatible with both the SliderPLUS and SliderPLUS PRO, and as you might expect, the Action Module can be combined with the Target Module's object-tracking capabilities to achieve some really advanced camera moves.