you need a jib?
Right out of high school I packed my bags and came to Los Angeles to pursue a film degree at the Art Institute. My love growing up has always been with a camera so naturally I loved photography and video cameras. While in school I really wanted to extend my reach, beyond with my hands so that was when I bought my first jib, it was only an eight foot jib at the time but in school we had many projects that needed such a great tool. From there, I learned the traits of the camera world and then I was off to the wonderful world of being on set. For the years to come I would become known as the jib guy but I never thought I could keep stretching the limits and now my reach is about fifty feet. From the moment I became a jib operator, it was love at first swing.
Lens Height: 13'.5" - 45' 5" - 13.84m
Reach: 7'.3" - 45' 9" - 13.94m
Total Length: 12'.4" - 53' 10" - 16.41m
Ballast Needed: 41lbs - 905 lbs. - 410.50 kilos
Weight of Crane: 84lbs -358.25 lbs. - 162.5 kilos
2 AXIS L-HEAD:
2 - 12VDC 4 pin connections
1 - Triax or "Trico" BNC connection
1 - Time Code BNC connection
1 - Gen-Lock BNC connection
2 - Video Lines
HD-SDI through copper slip ring for constant 360 movement
CamMate Rover 4 All Terrain Wheel Dolly
3 Wheel Dolly with Outrigger