The Hague K2WS Junior Jib with Stand is a boom device that allows attachment of a video camera or DSLR camera (under 3kg in weight) on one end, and a counterweight and camera controls on the other. When mounted to the stand it allows the camera to grab high-angle shots from up to 2.3m and be moved vertically, horizontally, or a combination of the two. The stand has an adjustable telescopic column with a minimum height of 110cm and a maximum height of 188cm.
Compatible with the Hague D3 Dolly or any sturdy tripod with a 100 or 75mm bowl, the K12 Multi-Jib from Hague is suitable for all cameras and will support a maximum weight of 14kg. Adjustable to three different lengths (186cm, 285cm and 396cm) and foldable down to 1.2m, the Multi-Jib features radial ball bearings to ensure smooth crane movement from ground level to up to 4m high and pan 36-°. Drag can be added to hold the arm at a set position and standard bar weights or sand bags can be used as counterbalance.
The Libec CU30 control unit is intended for use with the REM030 Remote Head. While one person handles a crane or jib arm, another can operate the remote head with this control box.
The Hague K4 Elevation Camera Boom with Dolly + Stand allows you to mount a camera with a maximum weight of 1.2kg directly above a subject to observe from above. Lightweight and easily-moved, it is supplied with its own dolly, and is height and length adjustable. The telescopic arm can be moved to different positions, allowing the camera to be positioned higher or lower as needed.
Ideal for wedding videographers and documentary producers, the Carbon Fibre Jib Arm by Sevenoak is a tripod-mounted camera crane system that is designed to allow the operator to smoothly boom a camera up and down and move in an infinite number of 360° arcs. Its carbon fibre construction means it is lightweight at just 2.3kg, yet incredibly sturdy. It can carry a maximum load of 5kg.