CobraCrane CC2P Dual Arm Camera Jib (10')

CobraCrane CC2P Dual Arm Camera Jib (10')

CobraCrane CC2P Dual Arm Camera Jib (10')

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CobraCrane CC2P Dual Arm Camera Jib (10')

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Product Highlights

  • Dual-Arm Jib Arm
  • 12' Reach
  • 20 lbs Capacity
  • Camera Platform Tilt Capability

Length: 10'

8'

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5' 10'

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The CobraCrane CC2P Dual Arm Camera Jib is a dual-arm jib arm for mid-sized camcorders. This crane offers a 12' reach when matched with a 5' tripod and can sweep the ground for low-angle applications. This model comes with a 4' extension kit for an upgrade from the standard CobraCrane 2. Mounting the crane on an available tripod with a fluid head adds tilt capability.

Note: Tripod and head are sold separately.

Camera Movement
From the ground level the camera can be tilted up over 90 degrees, allowing the user to obtain a great perspective shot. Sweeping vista shots of landscapes, panoramas, and sporting events are possible. The over the top shot is also ideal for cooking videos, food marketing videos, and variety of higher perspective shots
Quick Set-Up
This device is easily assembled with a quick no-tool set-up system.
Construction
The CobraCrane is solidly constructed from metal and is built to last.
Plus System
The extension kit allows 4' more length above the standard CobraCrane II plus a 6' main section.
Camera Tilt
In basic configuration, the camera platform stays set and does not tilt as you crane up and down. However, mounting the crane on an available, suitable tripod with fluid head allows you to tilt the fluid head and have the cranes camera platform follow the motion of the tilt.
UPC: 854103006076
In the Box
CobraCrane CC2P Dual Arm Camera Jib (10')
  • 6' Dual Arm Jib
  • 4' Extension
  • Quick Release Plate
  • 1 Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Construction Metal
    Payload Capacity 20 lbs
    8kg
    Counterbalance System Weight system at rear of assembly
    Not Included
    Height Range 4' or 7' (1.2m or 2.1m) above tripod
    Tilt Lock Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Tilt Drag Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Pan Lock Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Spring Loaded Counter Balance Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Pan Range 180°
    Tripod Attachment 1/4-20 and/or 3/8" Camera Attachment
    Head Attachment 1/4-20 and/or 3/8" Camera Attachment
    Head Arm Leveling Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Leveling Indicators Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Fold Down 6'
    1.8m
    Weight 38 lbs
    17.2kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 39.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 73.0 x 16.0 x 5.2"
    CC2P Dual Arm Camera Jib (10') is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 10.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from If I were a Camera, I'd perch here! Used for b-roll on those ever so fun auto dealer shoots. Great is it's simplicity. It gives me more creative freedom when shooting. As I usually work alone, I find the CC crane to be exceptionally easy for this solo shooter. The bad, all minor issues. When I first snapped in the extension, the holes weren't precisely aligned on one side, so it took a few to find that sweet spot for the thumb screws to hook. But since then I've gotten the hang of it. The weight plate holder should come with a space to prevent the weights from sliding around. I use a rag & cardboard currently to fill in that space. The camera support area should come with an added secure option as backup protection should the camera decide it can fly. I currently use a bungee cord. Lastly, since this was my first experience with a crane system I would have appreciated a quick reference card to aid in finding the balance point. Like if camera weighs X, you'll need approx Y to start. But none of these would deter me from purchasing another CC system.
    Date published: 2011-02-22
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not bad for the money. It is well designed and made quite sturdy. I also had some creaking but when the cable is adjusted that went away. The only problem I had/have is the tripod head. When it was loaded with my JVC GY-HD200U plus weights and a monitor all this overwhelmed my tripod head, I figured it was about 80 pounds altogether including the crane... You will need a strong head with this unit and a large camera. Also be sure the weight bar is tightened correctly as mine loosened on a shoot some 50 miles from anywhere, thankfully the weights only shifted forward and the nut holding the weights held them in place but the post bent. My solution for moving it is a roof rack on the top of the car which means I don't need to break it down every time!
    Date published: 2011-02-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product This crane is grant for the independent filmmaker. We bought it for our son who just graduated with a degree in Broadcasting & Film, and he loves it. Once you get the weights set, the operation is smooth and seamless giving great shots. Highly recommend!
    Date published: 2010-12-27
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Solid We bought this crane because of its reach and because of its solid build. It works perfectly as advertised, but the reason I gave it three stars and not more is because the construction is clearly rushed. Some thumb screws are permanently crooked and the unpainted parts are unfinished and rough. This was something we expected it this price bracket. With higher quality hardware and a little more attention to finishing, this would be an easy five stars.
    Date published: 2014-10-22
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Smooth as Silk After some searching around for assembly instructions (found on CobraCrane's website, enclosed instructions not accurate), I found the crane very easy to use. Assembles quickly, with a minimum of juggling of parts. Make sure your tripod is capable of handling 55 pounds or so, as the crane itself weighs in at around 30 pounds, and the counterbalance (for my 4 pound Panasonic) come in at 25 pounds.
    Date published: 2013-11-14
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Crane For The Price Overall I am satisfied with the crane. My only complaint is that I am not able to tilt the camera from the ground. Also, make sure you are using a sturdy tripod. I originally tried the crane with my Canon XLH1 and the tripod buckled under the weight. So now I use my Canon XHA1 and the crane works fine. I have uploaded some demo footage to youtube@
    Date published: 2011-01-31
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great! If you're looking for a low-budget crane that will get you smooth shots, this is the one. I looked at a bunch of cheaper ones but everything I read about their stability was negative. I opted to pick this one up, and used it for 3 week shoot. It worked great. Reliable and simple to set up.
    Date published: 2011-04-18
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Very nice for the price point, but not perfect Love it for the price, but we had a lot of trouble mounting it to a Kessler head, the bolt holes seem off a bit from what our standard heads all appear to be (Kessler and Manfrotto). However, we improvised and love its functionality
    Date published: 2016-02-28
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