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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.
1. 22 ft Long Jib Crane with Accessories:
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
1st Section (Weight Section)
45 lbs (20 kg)
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.