Proaim 22ft Octagonal Crane with Jib Stand
CAMERA JIB ARM SPECIFICATIONS
Jib Arm Material High Grade Aluminum HE30
Jib Arm Shape Octagonal
Height from Ground 20ft
Jib Arm Thickness 3mm
Jib Crane Length 22ft (6.7 Meter)
Jib each Arm length 4ft
Finish Black Powder Coated
Coupling Jib Arm Sections A union coupling design of Jib Arm is done by washer and Steel
bolt and shank with external clamps as well as Pin Lock for double
Jib Arm Break downs to 7 Sections of 4ft each
Camera Platform Leveling By Control Cable
Stress cable High carbon steel with electro galvanized 4mm tested wire at
Multiple Alignment Multiple user friendly alignment of Stress Cable is provided for
making Jib Stand straight without any curve
Carrying Case size 51 inches
Jib Crane Weight 30kg (66lbs)
Max Camera Package Load Capacity
including Power Head
(weight of Power Head - 4.8kg (10.5lbs) 45lbs (20kg)
CAMERA JIB ARM DIMENSIONS
Jib Arm Octagonal Tube Outer Diameter Inner Diameter
Ist Section(weight section) 164mm 156mm
2nd Section 154mm 146mm
3rd Section 144mm 136mm
4th Section 134mm 126mm
5th Section 124mm 116mm
6th Section 114mm 106mm
7th Section (Top Section) 104mm 96mm
Height of Jib Arm while Stand Adjusted at Maximum height of 5ft
-> 20ft high at 22ft length
-> 17.4ft high at 19ft length
-> 15ft high at 16ft length
-> 12ft high at 13ft length
-> 9ft high at 10ft length
-> 6ft high at 7ft length
Add Counter Weights in the rear section
of Jib according to Camera and Pan Tilt
Head weight as per this chart The Telescopic jib has a varying weight ratio depending on the
length you have chosen.
The 22ft camera jib arm itself balances at about 137.5lbs. Just
multiply the weight, of the additional items you will put on the end
of the arm, by 5 and you will know how much weight to buy. Buy a
few extras in case you add other accessories.
19ft arm balances at about 88lbs - Multiply the weight, of the additional items you will put on the end of the arm, by 4 & add the weights accordingly.
16ft arm balances at about 49lbs - Multiply the weight, of the additional items you will put on the end of arm, by 3.5 & add the weights accordingly.
13ft arm balances at about 27lbs - Multiply the weight, of the additional items you will put on the end of arm, by 2 & add the weights accordingly.
10ft arm balances at about 7.4lbs - Multiply the weight, of the additional items you will put on the end of arm, by 1.8 & add the weights accordingly.