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Proaim 22Ft (6.7M) Crane with 150mm Bowl Tripod Stand and Spreader

My Product Code: KITE-22-STARTER

Product Features

  • 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

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From sweeping panoramas to intimate close ups in a single move, crane shots have always added dramatic energy to enhance the field of view. Found at sporting events, music videos, TV series, Feature Films and studio productions, crane shots turn ordinary into extraordinary.

Kit Includes:

1. 22 ft Long Jib Crane with Accessories:

  • Camera platform
  • Rear control section
  • Stress cable
  • Carrying case for jib arm and stand
  • Custom-fit suitcase for accessories
  • Instruction manual

2. Proaim 150 mm Bowl Jib Stand


3. Spreader and Feet with Locking Mechanism:

The 22 ft Crane has the ability to telescope and nest within itself. This craneメs modules are built on its lightweight, octagonal, high grade aluminum, black powder coated 4 ft extension sections, which start at the tail of the jib, with the largest diameter, and progressively get smaller as you get closer to the camera. The best part is the arm breaks down to fit into a 51ヤ carrying case. The pivot, camera platform, rear control center and miscellaneous items fit into a suitcase.

The production package is well suited for making professional videos at various occasions, including filming of concerts.

Gold pan tilt head holds all professional video cameras, 16 mm and 35 mm film cameras up to 13.6 kg.

4. Proaim Carrying Case for Jib Arm & Stand

5. Proaim Custom-fit Suitcase for Accessories

  • 22 ft Crane is expandable from 4 ft (one section) to 22 ft (seven sections) in 3 ft increments
  • Each extendable section is 4 ft long with 1 ft overlap between sections
  • Since each section slides out, pulled from the previous sections, you may store unused sections in the tail as ballast weight. This lightens your counterweight demand.
  • Easy to set-up
  • Each extended section easily slides into the previous, which makes the jib arm compact
  • Rear control center has the provision of mounting the joystick control box, LCD monitor and your zoom controller
Jib Arm Material High Grade Aluminum HE30
Jib Arm Shape Octagonal
Jib Arm Dimensions
Jib Arm Octagonal Tube Internal Diameter Outer Diameter

1st Section (Weight Section)

164 mm 156 mm
2nd Section 154 mm 146 mm

3rd Section

144 mm 136 mm
4th Section 134 mm 126 mm
5th Section 124 mm 116 mm
6th Section 114 mm 106 mm
7th Section (Top Section) 104 mm 96 mm
Height from Ground 20 ft
Jib Arm Thickness 3 mm
Jib Crane Length 22 ft (6.7 meter)
Jib Arm length (each section) 4 ft
Finish Black Powder Coated
Coupling Jib Arm Sections A union coupling design of the jib arm is done by washer and steel bolt and shank with external clamps and a pin lock for double locking
Jib Arm Breaks Down to 7 Sections of 4 ft each
Camera Platform Leveling By Control Cable
Stress Cable High carbon steel with electro galvanised 4 mm tested wire at 800 kg
Multiple Alignment Multiple user friendly alignment of the stress cable is provided for making the jib stand straight without any curve
Carrying Case Size 51 inches
Jib Crane Weight 30 kg (66 lbs)
Max Camera Package Load Capacity Including Power Head (Weight of Power Head - 4.8 kg (10.5 lbs)

45 lbs (20 kg)

Height of Jib Arm While Stand Adjusted at Maximum Height of 5 ft
  • 20 ft high at 22 ft length
  • 17.4 ft high at 19 ft length
  • 15 ft high at 16 ft length
  • 12 ft high at 13 ft length
  • 9 ft high at 10 ft length
  • 6 ft high at 7 ft length
Add counterweights in the rear section of the jib according to camera and pan tilt head weight described in this chart:

The jib has a varying weight ratio depending on the length you have chosen.

The 22 ft arm itself balances at about 137.5 lbs. Just multiply the weight , of the additional items you will put on the end of the arm by 5 to determine how much weight to buy. Buy a few extras in case you add other accessories.

19 ft arm balances at about 88 lbs - Multiply the weight of the additional items you will put on the end of the arm by 4 and add the weights accordingly.

16 ft arm balances at about 49 lbs - Multiply the wieght of the additional items you will put on the end of arm by 3.5 and add the weights accordingly.

13 ft arm balances at about 27 lbs - Multiply the wieght of the additional items you will put on the end of arm by 2 and add the weights accordingly.

10 ft arm balances at about 7.4 lbs - Multiply the wieght of the additional items you will put on the end of arm by 1.8 and add the weights accordingly.

Material Used Rock solid, heavy duty jib stand made of solid aluminum is the foundation of jib crane
Max Height 5 ft
Mount Type U-Mount
Hub Assembly Material High Grade Aluminum HE30
Hub Assembly Diameter 148 mm
Stand Legs Has double locking system (aluminum knob and steel pin lock system), fully extendable
Stand Leg Diameter 38 mm x 51 mm
Carrying Case Size 34 inches
Weight 33 lbs (14.8 kg)
Spreader Max Opening from Center 2.4 ft
Spreader Distance 3.11 ft
Spreader Feet Made of solid aluminum with steel lock pin
Spreader Weight 5 lbs (2.3 kg)
Maximum Camera Weight Capacity 30 lbs
Pan Movement 360 degrees
Tilt Movement 360 degrees
Speed Conrol Variable-controlled speed from 6 degrees/sec (low speed) to 51 degrees/sec (high speed)
Minimum Height of Head 18 inch
Maximum Height of Head 26 inch
Material Used Precision machined parts with the highest standard of industrial grade electronic components. Gears made of brass.
AC Adapter Input AC 100 - 240V, output - DC 12V -2A

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1 Review(s)
Taylor Wallis
24 March 2017
Heavy but still good
A 22ft crane is not light at all even if the sections are are hollow. It still has a considerable amount of weight to it. The carry cases come in really handy. It's not that hard to dismantle but being realistic you need at least 2 people
Max Lawson
24 March 2017
Its Big and Mean! For the price it's a great crane!