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Camera Crane and Jib Range


Two frequent types of sequences shot by camera cranes and jibs are jump shots and wide shots. For jump shots, the subject jumps off a high place and the jibs and crane allow the camera to stay in focus on the subject all through the jump. Wide shots, on the other hand, are sequences wherein you see a couple of people talking and as they walk away from each other the camera rises to give a broad capture of them, even as they are walking in opposite directions, all the while staying in focus on the two subjects.


The PROAIM 7’ Jib Arm with Jib stand allows you to take these shots quite easily. This is because it takes up very little space when packed and only weighs 21 lbs. It is a convenient little tool which can be easily carried anywhere on location. Moreover, this device is easy to assemble and when full extended can go to a height of 8’.


It works well with other tripods that have a Mitchell base or 100mm bowl. In addition, it can be used on a Bazooka with 100mm on Dolly system. As far as strength goes, this Jib can handle more weight than anything else in its class. It can easily support a camera with accessories mounted and weighing up to 60lbs.


You can find other models and packages of cranes and jibs only at CameraKings. Shop online with confidence. When you shop online no extra cost is involved for shipping.