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)