CobraCrane I Small Single Bar Jib Arm for Cameras Weighing Less than 6.5 lbs.

Priced: $249.95 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
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Fabric:

  • Solid construction and built to last, Cobra-Cranes are rock solid.

Sizing:

  • Optional Extension kit, offers two lengths for a variety of shot requirements

Features:

  • Most dramatic difference for the least amount of money
  • Works with a wide variety of cameras and tripods
  • CobraCranes set up in minutes - no additional tools required .
  • With only minutes of practice, get those hard to get shots.
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Breakdown length:One section 5 feet
Camera Weight limit:6.5 lbs. (3 kilograms)
Crane Length:5 feet (1.5 meters)
Length above tripod:3 feet (.9 meters)
Weight:15 lbs. (6.9 Kilograms)

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CobraCrane I Small Single Bar Jib Arm for Cameras Weighing Less than 6.5 lbs. Review:

Reviews:

A Small Price For A Hollywood Look.

This is a really smart design utilizing the tilt handle of the tripod head to tilt the camera up and down for easy moves. You do need a specific tripod head and the Cobra One is side mounted and not strong enough to minimize some wobble. The Cobra Two is a stronger and better design that is worth the extra money if you're planning on using it a lot.
Motlama at Adorama on 02/02/2007