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The Varavon TILTJIB T2 6.2 ft MiniJIB allows you to capture shots from high angles, as well as scale across scenes with fluid, cinematic movements. Consisting mainly of two bars and two pulley wires, the TILTJIB T2 assembles to a full length of 6.2 ft, and mounts on a tripod with approximately 4 ft of length remaining past the mounting point. The pulley wires ensure that your camera will tilt up and down in accordance with your movement of the jib, based on your initial positioning of the camera.
The two bars are made of lightweight materials (with the entire jib totaling to 7.3 lb) and have an H-Beam design, altogether allowing for better handling and more durability. The optimal load is around 2-4 lb, but a max load of 6.6 lb is ultimately supported.
The camera and tripod mount plates, which securely attach to the bars, are multi-slotted/threaded, supporting various cameras and mounting positions. A bubble level is available on the tripod mount plate for measuring if your position is even. A counterweight bar is included for attaching optional, standard size counterweight plates. A box shaped carrying case, with a compartmentalized foam interior, is included for transport and neat storage.
Lets you capture shots from high angles and scale across scenes with cinematic movements
Pulley wire system tilts your camera up and down in accordance with your movement of the jib