This looks like a brilliant option for those looking to get some kind of jib or crane for their DSLR shots. as long as you have a decent tripod with a fluid head you can pick on of these up for under 200 pounds (about R2000) and be in business immediately. It looks really portable too. Here are some of the details:
Light weight only 1.5kg (3.4lbs) Compact design, folds down to 90cm (35 Inches) From the ground > 2 Meters of height elevation (79 Inches / 6.5 Feet) Ultra low friction brass bearings and washers A2 Stainless Steel fastenings High quality anodized black finish Supports cameras ( including: microphone / matt box etc) weighing up to 3kg (6.6lbs) Simple no tools required Assembles in 6 simple steps, in as little as 15 seconds Fits onto a standard camera backpack Hand Built in the UK
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