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Old October 13th, 2009, 10:38 PM   #1
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Kessler Pocket Dolly HD Prototype

We have had several people say they would like to see a Pocket Dolly for heavier camera rigs. Here is a short video of Eric showing the prototype for the new Pocket Dolly HD (may be renamed by release).

This new version is completely custom machined in our shop and will support rigs over 100 pounds. We have started production and anticipate it be available by early December with a price point of around $800.

This new heavy duty version of the Pocket Dolly was not designed for use with the Pocket Jib, because of it's size.

YouTube - Kessler Pocket Dolly HD Prototype

More info will be coming as we get closer to the release.
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Old December 29th, 2009, 12:14 AM   #2
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CineSlider

Note, we have had a name change (sorry, can't modify the original title ). This heavy duty slider is now called the CineSlider and is a stand alone product (not for mounting on the Pocket Jib).

Quick video update from Eric, now that we have the first production unit built. We will have info on the website for ordering, before the end of the week. Will begin shipping by Jan 4th at the latest.

YouTube - Kessler CineSlider? Update

Official promo video coming soon.

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Old January 3rd, 2010, 06:04 AM   #3
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that looks pretty sweet. I like how the business side of the rails is protected from bumps and dings. It looks from the wheel photos like you could run it as well upside down as a rail cam if you found a way to rig it. Does it run equally well upside down?

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