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For Sale: CamMate Series 2000 Camera Jib/ Crane (Model 2032) CamMate published factory specs: Total Reach: 26 Ft., 6 In. Lens Height: 29 Ft., 5 In. Total Length: 31 Ft., 7 In. Ballast Needed: 534 Lbs. Weight of Crane: 202 Lbs. Configurable in stepped lengths up to full length listed above. Please visit CamMate.com for more tech details. This jib/ crane was originally purchased in 2001. I am the original purchaser. The jib was used occasionally on our own productions/ shows. It does show some wear, but over all is in great shape. The head and electronics were recently gone through and upgraded to current specs at the CamMate factory in AZ. Due to health reason, I am no longer able to operate, and it is time to find a new home for it. I have several other photos available upon request. This unit includes everything shown in the photos: CamMate 2032 with "Pathfinder Dolly" Also Includes: Turf AND STUDIO wheel sets (Studio Wheels are included, but we forgot to include them in photos) 2) Custom Ultimate Support Tripods for Set-Up Assistance 2) Custom Weight Carts with 600+ Lbs. of assorted counterweights CamMate "Spare Parts Kit" Dolly Pedestal height extension Boom Pedestal Leveler Travel Bags for Arm Sections 2) Pelican Cases for Head and Electronics Fuji and Canon Broadcast Lens adapters Other misc. gizmo's and adapters This jib is located in Kansas City, MO. I am asking $16,000.00 Or Best Offer. Please feel free to email me for more information. email@example.com
Hello everyone, Please watch the following link to a scene ( 0:22) out of Jimmy booba video clip https://vimeo.com/64237956 I would like any advice on how to pull out the same cut scene. Thank you, Osied Shawahin