The camera crane Jimmy Jib is the most commonly used fixed length camera crane. It can be assembled at different lengths and is easily transported.
|Max. Lens Height:||27’8’’|
|Total weight without camera:||Max. 1322 lbs (depending on set-up)|
|Max. camera weight:||58.64 lbs (depending on set-up)|
|Remote head:||Stanton Head, 3 axes: Pan, tilt and roll (Dutch roll 120 degrees)|
|Control of remote head:||Joystick|
|Dolly:||Four-wheel steering, tracks incl. track wheels available Alternatively, can tripod can be used.|
|Operating range:||Approx. 13’ x 13’ (depending on set-up and swivel range)|
|Features:||HD Monitors (broadcast reference monitor, camera preview monitor, swivel monitors).
Intercom system Clearcom with base station, beltpacks and headsets Red light on camera arm, on the swivel monitors and on
the operating station.
|Power Consumption:||Approx. 500 W|
|Connectors:||2 cables with BNC plug (1 for broadcast reference, 1 for camera preview)
3 cables with XLR plug (2 x intercom for listening & speaking, 1 for red light)
1 power cable (1 x 220 V Schuko on the operating station with its own 16 A-fuse)