Crane/Mini Jib

Crane/Mini Jib

T1 - Tilt Jib (3.3ft)
$ 350.00
The Varavon TILTJIB T1 3.3 ft MiniJIB is a portable, single-bar and pulley wire jib system, fully operable by one person. It allows you to easily capture shots from higher angles, as well as scale across a scene with fluid, cinematic movements. Measuring 3.3 ft, TILTJIB T1 mounts on a tripod with approximately 2.3 ft of length left past the mounting point. The pulley wire ensures that your camera will tilt up and down in accordance with your movement of the jib, based on your initial positioning of the camera. The bars is made of lightweight materials (with the entire jib totaling to 4.3 lb) and has an H-Beam design, altogether allowing for better handling and more durability. The optimal load is around 2-4 lb, but a max load of 6.6 lb is ultimately supported. The camera and tripod mount plates, which securely attach to the bar, are multi-slotted/threaded, supporting...
T2 - Tilt Jib (6.2ft)
$ 495.00
The Varavon TILTJIB T2 6.2 ft MiniJIB allows you to capture shots from high angles, as well as scale across scenes with fluid, cinematic movements. Consisting mainly of two bars and two pulley wires, the TILTJIB T2 assembles to a full length of 6.2 ft, and mounts on a tripod with approximately 4 ft of length remaining past the mounting point. The pulley wires ensure that your camera will tilt up and down in accordance with your movement of the jib, based on your initial positioning of the camera. The two bars are made of lightweight materials (with the entire jib totaling to 7.3 lb) and have an H-Beam design, altogether allowing for better handling and more durability. The optimal load is around 2-4 lb, but a max load of 6.6 lb is ultimately supported. The camera and tripod mount plates, which securely attach to the bars, are multi-slotted/threaded, supporting...
T3 - Tilt Jib (9.5ft)
$ 650.00
The Varavon TILTJIB T3 9.5 ft MiniJIB allows you to capture shots from high angles, as well as scale across scenes with fluid, cinematic movements. Consisting mainly of three bars and two pulley wires, the TILTJIB T3 assembles to a full length of 9.5 ft, and mounts on a tripod with approximately 6 ft of length remaining past the mounting point. The pulley wires ensure that your camera will tilt up and down in accordance with your movement of the jib, based on your initial positioning of the camera. The three bars are made of lightweight materials (with the entire jib totaling to 11 lb) and have an H-Beam design, altogether allowing for better handling and more durability. The optimal load is around 2-4 lb, but a max load of 6.6 lb is ultimately supported. The camera and tripod mount plates, which securely attach to the bars, are multi-slotted/threaded, supporting...
T4 - Tilt Jib (12.5ft)
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The Varavon TILTJIB T4 12.5 ft MiniJIB allows you to capture shots from high angles, as well as scale across scenes with fluid, cinematic movements. Consisting mainly of five bars and three pulley wires, the TILTJIB T4 assembles to a full length of 12.5 ft, and mounts on a tripod with approximately 9 ft of length remaining past the mounting point. The pulley wires ensure that your camera will tilt up and down in accordance with your movement of the jib, based on your initial positioning of the camera. The five bars are made of lightweight materials (with the entire jib totaling to 15 lb) and have an H-Beam design, altogether allowing for better handling and more durability. The optimal load is around 2-4 lb, but a max load of 6.6 lb is ultimately supported. The camera and tripod mount plates, which securely attach to the bars, are multi-slotted/threaded, supporting...
VARACRANE 100
$ 98.00
The Varavon Vara-Crane 1.0 is a 3 ft long bar designed to be combined with various products to affordably form cranes, dollies, and shoulder rigs. It can be attached to a slider or tripod with a fluid head and swung from side to side with a camera on the front end. If the camera is also attached with a fluid head, then it can be pointed directly down- great for over-the-balcony or over-the-rooftop panoramic shots. It also usefully attaches to Varavon's Two Wheel Cart (an affordable bar with a skate wheel on each end) to form a free-wheeling dolly that can be pushed or pulled while simultaneously tilted up and down. In this case, a fluid head will be beneficial for angling the camera. To create a shoulder rig, just mount your camera on a fluid head with pan bars on one end, some counterbalance weights on the other (a...
Gimbal Jib
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        Length of Jib With a long length of 4.6m, the jib allows you to shoot variety of scenes     Attaching the Gimbal     Panning & Tilt After attaching the Gimbal on the jib, you may shoot by panning and tilting     Vertical Filming In addtion to panning and tilting, you may perform vertical shootings     Filming without any Movements     Attaching the Tripod With more than two screw holes, connect the Gimbal Jib #2 Arm with the plate and attach the Tripod     Balance After attaching the Tripod, the balance of both the #2 Arm and the Tripod becomes consistent and allows stabilization     Joystick You may attach a joystick on the tilt jib. The joystick cable is as long as the tilt jib, which allows you to adjust the Gimbal freely   * Even with the cable attached,...