SHUTTLE DOLLY

CINESHOOTER

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Shuttle Dolly

High-end cameras need high-end dollies. The Shuttle Dolly is the most modular camera dolly on the market utilizing industry-standard speed rail or Kessler's threaded Kwik Rail. Manually operate the Shuttle Dolly or motorize via Kessler CineShooter or Kessler Second Shooter PRO. 

BUTTERY SMOOTH

Whether you whip the Shuttle Dolly down a 50' track or are hands-on doing a super slow interview slide, this thing is smooth. We know you'll love it.

LARGE FORMAT
ULTRA PORTABLE

Up to 125 lb. weight capacity - you choose how big you want to go.

MOTION CONTROL
READY

The Shuttle Dolly comes ready to be motorized. Just add a motor mount and belt and you're all set!

EXTENDABLE RAILS

Available in 42" sections. Kessler Kwik Rails are custom threaded rails that connect together stronger and faster than any other rail on the market due to its 4x thread pattern.
(two 42" sections shown here)

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UNDERSLUNG

No limitations to your creativity. Get ultra low shots and more stability when underslung.

KWIK RAIL LEGS

The Kwik Rail Legs are incredibly fast and convenient to setup and although very lightweight, have an impressive 125 lb. weight capacity. They provide the ability to adjust the height on-the-fly or even use them as extra track for a longer dolly.

KWIK RAIL LEGS

INCLINE AND
DECLINE

Keeper/Grabber wheels provide extra support when at extreme angles. 

MOUNTING OPTIONS

Available with a standard cheese plate, 100mm bowl or Mitchell Mount for any application.

Section

CART

Heavy duty, yet refined with tons of threaded holes for easy rigging. Built-in handles make it easy to grab and go.

DOLLY TRUCKS

Super smooth wheels with quick-threading knobs for  easy and speedy mounting.

END CLAMPS

Tons of mounting options, moco-ready brackets and adjustable feet for super low shots.

RAIL

Your choice of Kessler Kwik Rail or picking up standard speed rail locally.

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