From: Worthing, West Sussex, UK
Registered: Feb 2009
posted June 13, 2016 12:45 PM
Did Elmo produce hard cases for the GS? Seems funny that every ST1200 you see has a nice hard case, but the GS has a cursory soft case, if you're lucky! I know it's a beast of a machine but it is portable - and I'd like some proper protection for it when it's not in use.
posted June 13, 2016 01:38 PM
I don't believe they did Stuart.I guess the Japanese figured these units were only just about able to be carried by having only a dust cover let alone the additional weight of a carry case on top! All the big three were only issued with a dust cover though there was an additional extra aluminium flight case that could be purchased for the Beaulieu range. Not many around though.
You would probably be able to find a suitably sized flight case for it somewhere like Hard To Find records, dj kit etc.
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From: Barendrecht, The Netherlands
Registered: Aug 2017
posted July 23, 2019 03:30 PM
Did you get a case for your GS1200? A case for my GS1200 would be nice indeed, but the pick up handel needs to stick out of the top, so you carry the whole by the projector itself. I do not dare to carry it otherwise. This will also make the complete set smaller, like the ST1200.
I did buy a case for the Beauer T610, but this made the whole set very large, while this is not a giant prrojector.
posted August 07, 2019 08:49 AM
It is possible to find the case that would be made for photography gear just have the measurements of the projector with a little extra room for Extra space and cushioning the New York camera shops such as B&H photo Should be able to have one in the size you need
Checking the Internet here is a possibility and a good place to start
From: Queens, NY, USA
Registered: Oct 2015
posted August 07, 2019 01:29 PM
I was thinking along the lines of Chip...
How about a Pelican case with cut-outs that can be shaped for the GS, or any other projector for that matter. I would likely aim for one with wheels and a pull up handle too. Carrying that case would be quite the straining workout!