|Jimmy Jib Rental Solutions|
What is the working area footprint needed?
One important point to keep in mind is to calculate enough back space for the jib tail arm plus its operator, it is key for the operator to have sufficient work space to go freely around. Usually for Jib size 15ft. or bigger will be ideally to have a 12 x 12 open area.
What kind of cameras can I mount on a Jib?
A Jimmy Jib can handle almost all broadcast video cameras and film cameras within a weight of 50 pounds.
ENG video lens are compatible with Jimmy Jib focus servos. Small size style cameras (like Panasonic HPX 170, Sony Z7U, Sony EX3 etc.) can be also used but remote zoom/focus control must be handled by each respective camera’s company accessories or aftermarket companies such as Varizoom. Film kit focus controls system can also be used for special setups like wireless remote focus (for ex sample BarTech) .
Cinematic Style? No problem!
As a DP, Producer or Director, you might have a preference on camera models, that's no a problem, we have plenty of experience flying ARRI ALEXA, REDs (all of them), CANON C300/C500, Sony F55 / F65, and more (even DSLRs).
30ft & 40ft arm extensions
also available upon request
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