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- 9.5 ft MiniJIB
- Three bars and two pulley wires
- Capture shots from high angles and scale across scenes with cinematic movements
- Pulley wire system tilts your camera up and down
- Supports loads up to 3kg
- Weighs only 5kg
Regular Price: £542.65
Special Price: Excl. Tax: £323.00 £387.60 Inc VAT
Excl. Tax: £579.17 £695.00 Inc VAT
- Designed for MSS-250 Motorised System
- Minimum angle rotation of 0.2° per frame/capture
- Camera release port directly on the Smart Head panning unit
- ‘Pan delay’ and ‘tilt delay’ functions to set different start times
- Multiple 1/4-20 & 3/8-16 threads on the base for convenient mounting
- Adjustable balancing for different sized cameras and lens combinations
Excl. Tax: £512.43 £614.92 Inc VAT
- Load capacity of up to 10kg
- Easy to assemble & transport
- 100mm camera bowl
- Uses standard 1inch hole barbell weights
- The main arm is easy to adjust for perfect shots every time.
- Make of top quality aluminium and steel to guarantee length of life.
Excl. Tax: £1,006.63 £1,207.96 Inc VAT
- Remote 3 axis 360-degree Spin Roll Pan Tilt Control head
- Supporting Cameras weighing up to 15kg/33lbs
- Variable speed remote control Pan Tilt Mechanism
- Durable high-grade metal construction
- Also used as 2-Axis Camera Pan Tilt
- 3 meter long 3pin XLR cable
Excl. Tax: £647.45 £776.94 Inc VAT
- 7.2kg Load Capacity
- 1.5 Meter Long 3 Pin XLR Cable
- 1/4 inch Camera Mounting Screw
- 360 Degree Endless Tilting Movement
- 360 Degree Panning Movement With Reversal Point
- Variable-Controlled Speed From 6 degrees/sec (low speed) to 51 degrees/sec (high speed)
Excl. Tax: £3,629.39 £4,355.27 Inc VAT
- 22Ft (6.7M) reach
- expandable from 4 ft (one section) to 22 ft (seven sections)
- Each section is 4 ft long
- 150mm Bowl Tripod Stand and Spreader
- Easy to set-up
- Fits in 51" carrying case
- Tilt head supports up to 13.6kg
Excl. Tax: £1,129.18 £1,355.02 Inc VAT
- 12 ft reach
- For cameras weighing up to 4.5 kg
- 360 degrees pan & tilt movement
- Uses standard 1inch hole weights
- Portable and very easy to carry
- Double Arm Section
Excl. Tax: £4,137.32 £4,964.78 Inc VAT
- 33 ft reach
- Extendable in 4ft section giving 1ft overlap
- Heavy duty jib stand weighing 17kg
- 3 Axis dutch roll pan and tilt head
- 360 degree panning, tilting & rolling movement
- Includes zoom controller, & Efocus
Amazing productions are the result of professional filmmaking and cinematography but aside from talent, the right equipment is needed as well. Camera jibs are one type of equipment and are used to give the impact of a cinematic scope to the production. Also referred to as camera cranes, they help filmmakers achieve the elevation they require so as to capture better range and views.
A professional camera crane will do this by holding a camera on one side while controlling it and stabilizing it with the help of controls and a counterweight on the other end. The pivot of a professional camera crane is located closer to the counterweight so that the camera can move over a larger range.
Professional Camera Crane
The difference between different types of camera cranes and jibs is the elevation they provide and their weight. The elevation can be adjusted for each available model but there is always a range they can operate within which is set according to their weight; the heavier they are, the more stable. At the same time, camera jibs with little elevation should also have some weight to them so that they can film at a stable view. In the end, it’s up to you whether you want a lightweight or heavy camera crane because there are a number of versatile options to choose from, that can meet diverse needs.
Although it isn’t mandatory that you implement the use of camera jibs in your production, it still improves the quality because they help define the mood in a certain scene. By allowing filmmakers to capture scenes over an expansive area, camera jobs add a cinematic effect which sets apart well-produced films from those made by amateurs.
There aren’t special jib cameras that you will have to buy because jibs are developed to hold the weight of many standard cameras. You can pay a little more for a camera jib and get one which holds up more weight so that you have an all-rounder that can carry it all. The reach of camera jibs vary and the price is proportional to how much it can carry and reach. You can find some affordable camera jibs that lift up to 3 kilograms to a height of 9 feet. A tripod stands at the bottom of the camera jib so as to provide support to the structure.
The controls can also be either simple or complex, depending on the price. Certain models only have the feature to tilt a camera up and down while others have more controls. Pully wire systems and joystick cables are just a few ways that the camera jib is controlled. Gearheads are also available in this category and high-end models have a 180-degree tilting rotation and 360-degree panning rotation.
The gears in an expensive model are made from high-quality materials such as stainless steel so as to increase the longevity. Aspiring filmmakers often start small by purchasing a smaller camera jib and exploring the possibilities before moving on to a comprehensive model with better specifications and features