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Mark Peters : January 1st 2014 - 15:00 CET
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CESGordian Stone Solutions displays cable camera at CES 2014 : Ken Stone, the inventor of the GoKart cable camera system, is proud to announce the unveiling of the GoKart system at the 2014 CES trade show. The GoKart is the Rolls Royce of cable camera systems from Gordian Stone Solutions, replacing expensive and heavy dolly systems for shooting video that require teams of grip to set up. The GoKart is a viable product for both the aspiring and professional videographers. This system is perfect to use during sporting events or for getting that impossible scenic shot. The cable camera system is portable, lightweight, affordable, fits in a backpack and leaves behind no environmental footprint. It only takes one person to set up and operate which is a advantage over large dolly systems.

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Affordable cable camera system
There are two classes of GoKart. The C class is a open cable camera system model. The O class is a closed version that has a pan and tilt head. Both classes have the ability to be fitted with custom modules. One is for an electric motor power that powers the car. The other module is for pan and tilt capabilities. Ken Stone said, “The CES 2013 electronics show is the perfect venue to introduce GoKart. It is great to be presenting our product at the largest consumer electronics show. I am looking forward to demonstrating GoKart cable camera system at the show. We will have a demo going on all four days. People will be able to see what a remarkable product this is.” The CES 2014 trade show is January 7th thru 10th in Las Vegas, Nevada, booth 70110 in the Venetian Ballroom.

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