CAME-TV SN-01 Portable Camera Crane Jib Arm

CAME-TV SN-01 Portable Camera Crane Jib Arm

CAME-TV SN-01 Portable Camera Crane Jib Arm

B&H # CASN01 MFR # SN-01
Discontinued
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Product Highlights

  • 2-Stage Telescoping Carbon Fiber Jib Arm
  • Jib Arm Load Capacity: 11 lb
  • 6.6' Max Height
  • 70/100mm Compatible Bowl
  • Folded Length: 29.5"
  • 47.2" Max Radius
  • Weighs 3.3 lb
  • Quick Release Camera Plate
  • Carry Case Included
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  • 1Description

Capture new heights and angles with this lightweight SN-01 Portable Camera Crane Jib Arm from CAME-TV. The 2-stage carbon fiber arm is capable of holding a camera weighing up to 11 lb, and it has a quick release plate for rapid mounting of your system. It can reach a max height of 6.6' and folds down to just 29.5". Also, it comes with a 70/100mm compatible bowl for video heads and has a max radius of 47.2". Additionally, it weighs just 3.3 lb and comes with a carry case for easy transport.

UPC: 797698359724
In the Box
CAME-TV SN-01 Portable Camera Crane Jib Arm
  • Mini Jib Supporting Rod
  • 3 x Counterweights
  • Quick Release Plate
  • Bowl for 70/100mm Video Tripod Head
  • Carry Case
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Material Carbon fiber, aluminum alloy
    Load Capacity 11 lb / 5 kg
    Radius 47.2" / 120 cm
    Tilt 82.7" / 210 cm
    Tube Diameter 1.2" / 30 mm
    Extended Length 78.7" / 200 cm
    Folded Length 29.5" / 75 cm
    Weight 3.3 lb / 1.5 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 11.8 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 30.5 x 7.5 x 5.5"
    SN-01 Portable Camera Crane Jib Arm is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent. Smooth. Low Weight Rating. Delivery was super fast to Australia. Couldn't believe it. Jib performs well, great shots, smooth as silk. Telescopic feature is genius, makes it so portable and quick to set up. If you buy the extra ball head, it weighs about 1.5kg reducing the weight you have for your DSLR or video camera to about 3.5kg (7.7lbs). I wouldn't recommend buying the GH03 Ball Head for this reason. I have to use additional weights to achieve balance with noticable bow in the rig and wonder if it will reduce its lifespan due to wear for this reason.
    Date published: 2018-02-21
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Problems with the Came SN-01 Camera Crane Jib- I am returning this product, because the arm which attaches to the end of the crane jib(the arm that mounts and hold the weights is off poor construction. This joint is of poor construction. Before i even got a chance to use it on an actual production, I noticed, that after just practicing with in my living room w my sony As7 and 55mm lens, that this weight support rod had bent at the joint.
    Date published: 2016-09-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Thank you! Thank you!
    Date published: 2017-08-23
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent small jib for the price I wanted a small, lightweight, and inexpensive jib for use with a Panasonic GH5. This one is just about perfect in that regard. One of my requirements was that the jib fit on the tripod head to avoid having to remove it, as with my older heavier jib. I also wanted it to fit in a small bag and be quick and easy to set up; again this one fits those requirements. Everything is included, including three screw-on weights. I found that when the extension rods are out to the full length, I needed just a bit more weight for perfect balance. I bought five big washers at a hardware store and taped them together. They're about the same diameter as the including weights and fit in between two of them. You can slide the weight rod in and out for perfect fine tuning. Because the jib is small and light, it doesn't have the dampered feel of bigger pricier jibs, so it takes a little practice to use it. It's very smooth, but� you have to have a good touch to stop and hold at the end of a tilt--similar to a tripod head with drag released. It's not a problem for me--it just takes a little extra effort...a tradeout for the weight and portability. My only legitimate criticism is that I wish I could buy an additional weight, rather than my DIY arrangement, but that is not a big deal at all.
    Date published: 2018-01-10
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