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Hello, I would like to introduce our KickStart for the GyroSpeed $599. 


Watch Better Friends than Mountains, a documentary film by Dalton Thomas shot using the GyroSpeed and Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera in the mountains of Iraq. A quote from the director, "I didn't need a 3-axes gimbal to run around with. I needed something that was small, inconspicuous, lightweight, and something that could be used without a remote control or monitor if we needed to set up fast and shoot something." Read, the Director's review to learn his reasons for choosing the GyroSpeed at DaltonThomasBlog.org.


Questions are welcomed.

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