E-Image Parallax Control Fluid Drag Jib Kit

E-Image Parallax Control Fluid Drag Jib Kit
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$71/mo. suggested payments
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E-Image J100 Overview

The Parallax Control Fluid Drag Jib Kit from E-Image features a standard payload of 8 lb, and maximum payload of 15 lb when the weight is properly balanced and calibrated. It has a minimum extension of 30.75", and a maximum extension of 48.5" from the fulcrum. You can easily adjust the tilt angle from the base of the jib with mechanical tilt controls and tilt measurement marks located at the resistance cuff. You can change the camera's point of focus by adjusting the parallax settings at the base of the tilt arm.

0-3 stages of fluid drag on both pan and tilt axes
Markings on tilt arm notate tilt position
Tension cuff adds manual tilt resistance
Multiple camera mounting styles with reversible mounting plate
Multiple accessory mounting points
Uses industry standard 3" ball/bowl system
Mechanical real-time control of camera tilt via lever at jib fulcrum
Includes custom jib arm carrying case
UPC: 847983023264

E-Image J100 Specs

Pan/Tilt0-3 stages of drag
Tilt Range± 20°
Focus Range± 25°
PayloadStandard: 8 lb / 3.6 kg
Balanced: 15 lb / 6.8 kg
LengthExtended (Fulcrum to Camera): 48.5" / 123.2 cm
Collapsed (Fulcrum to Camera): 30.8" / 78.2 cm
Weight9.9 lb / 4.5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight45.75 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)18 x 14.4 x 10.2"
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Does the kit include the 75mm bowl adapter (plate)?
Asked by: Robert
This jib is no longer available we are afraid. However the ikan Carbon Fiber Mini-Jib, B&H # IKJIB01C, is a great replacement option and the 75mm bowl adapter is included. https://bhpho.to/2CPwiHg
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2019-01-27


Which tripod legs are pictured here? These are not the GA752 legs specified in the description or in the video.
Asked by: Colin
Those are the 771CT legs. They were originally going to be a part of the kit, but we opted to change that at the last minute to the GA752, both to keep cost down and reduce slippage (the 771CT use a 100mm bowl, and the adapter to 75mm had less grip than a true 75mm bowl). We'll get the photos updated as quickly as possible.
Answered by: Jeff L. Tilta Expert
Date published: 2018-08-27
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