Is a Jib or Crane Right For You?

Andyax asks the question do you need a jib or a crane in your filmmaking arsenal? The jib we are testing is called iFootage Minicrane M1-III. It’s easy to take apart, and it get’s quite small. In addition it...

SystemMove Sliders and Jib from Benro

Benro announces the addition of SystemMove, which includes camera movement tools such as a travel jib and camera sliders. Benro’s lightweight travel jib, known as the MoveUp4, features a folding design makin...

The Boda Jib:

Zero tools to unfold a travel jib, and set up time is a minute or two. Can take a RED and an ARRI camera no worries. Fold down to a backpack size. Is this a dream? No it is the Boda J...

Skier Zoomjib 150 a One Man Band Jib:

The Skier Zoomjib 150 is designed to be operated by one person operating the jib and camera tilt at same time. It also looks like an updated modern version of those old Cobra Cranes. Skier Zoomjib 15...

What Camera Gear Needs a Kickstarter Campaign:

Over the years we have seen some cool camera gear and rigs available firstly from traditional bricks and mortar and now from clicks and order, but what if you could revisit a product that just never made it big...

The VariZoom Cinema Pro Jr Remote Robotic Camera Head:

The Cinema Pro Jr is ideal for cranes and portable remote applications, and its superior programming capability and rock-solid electromechanical performance make it a perfect upgrade for the low-tech heads foun...