ProAm USA Orion DVC200 8' Camera Crane/Jib

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ProAm USA Orion DVC200 8' Camera Crane/Jib
Key Features
  • 8 lb Load Capacity
  • 5' Reach from Fulcrum
  • Breaks Down into Two 4' Sections
  • Optional 4' Extension
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Capture smooth, dynamic sweeping pans and camera rises with the Orion DVC200 8' Camera Crane/Jib from ProAm USA. Supporting loads up to 8 lb, the 8' arm adds 5' of reach from the fulcrum point, with an optional 4' extension available for additional length. It is constructed from 1" and 2" aluminum tubing, setting up quickly and without tools to benefit on-location productions. At the end of your shoot, the jib breaks down into two 4' long sections for easier travel and storage. To balance your load, a 1" counterweight bar at the rear of the arm accepts standard and readily available dumbbell weights.
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ProAm USA DVC200 Overview

Capture smooth, dynamic sweeping pans and camera rises with the Orion DVC200 8' Camera Crane/Jib from ProAm USA. Supporting loads up to 8 lb, the 8' arm adds 5' of reach from the fulcrum point, with an optional 4' extension available for additional length. It is constructed from 1" and 2" aluminum tubing, setting up quickly and without tools to benefit on-location productions. At the end of your shoot, the jib breaks down into two 4' long sections for easier travel and storage. To balance your load, a 1" counterweight bar at the rear of the arm accepts standard and readily available dumbbell weights.

Features

  • 8' arm jib arm
  • Supports loads up to 8 lb
  • Adds 5' of reach from fulcrum
  • Optional 4' extension bar for increased length
  • Constructed from 6061 aluminum with powder-coated finish
  • Stainless steel bearings for smooth motion
  • Quick, tool-less setup
  • Breaks down into two 4' sections for storage and travel
  • Camera can auto-tilt to remain level, or use can remove a pin to manually tilt the camera
  • 1" counterweight bar to hold standard dumbbell weights
  • 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 tripod mounting thread

ProAm USA DVC200 Specs

Material6061 powered-coated aluminum
Load Capacity8 lb (3.6 kg)
Arm Reach5' (1.5 m)
Mounting Threads1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16
Length8' (2.4 m)
Weight12 lb (5.4 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight15.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)52.1 x 10 x 8"
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question

Do you know where this is manufactured?
Asked by: Mike
The Country of Origin for this Crane is listed as China.
Answered by: Joseph P.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

When looking at photo #3 (i.e. the camera mounting plate) I see it is attached to the left side of the arm. I have one particular situation where I need it to be on the right side of the arm... I'm shooting a parade from a sidewalk on the south side of the street, with camera facing west. For this event, I need my camera facing in the opposite direction. So, my first question is, is it possible to flip the camera bracket over 180 degree, and at the same time, rotate it so that it faces to the right, instead of the left. Hope I made that clear enough.If that won't work, I have a Bescor MP-101 Motorized Pan Tilt Head that I could mount on the camera plate in it's default configuration, BUT, would the height of the Bescor MP-101 allow a camera (Canon XA-10 or Canon G30) mounted on top of it to clear the arm, hardware, etc., so the camera could face to the right?
Asked by: Anonymous
According to ProAm: The camera bracket could be switched to the opposite side, but it would involve moving the handle to the opposite side as well, which would take some time and tools. I think the best solution would be, using the DVC210 with the boxy camera mount, attach your Bescor Pan Tilt Head and the camera on top of that. With the Extension Plate of the DVC210 added to the camera mounting bracket, he or she could even mount the Pan Tilt and camera in an upside down position. If you have further questions, please email us at [email protected]
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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