Welcome to Camera Jibcrane!

Camera cranes have became essential equipments in the modern film industry by creating stunning effects in the videos.

Camera Jibcrane offers a camera crane with a camera and an operator to hire.

This package is suitable for any video productions including weddings [ especially Asian weds ], corporate events, documentaries or music videos.The free movements with the jib and with the camera on the remote controlled power head in the air gives you max creativity in film making.



Jib: B Hague K12 Multi Jib extended to 15   Arm lenght: 3.7 m, Camera height: 3.5 m


Power head: Kessler Pan-Tilt motorised head with remote controller

Camera: Sony A7S Mark II Full frame mirrorless camera

Lenses: 24-70mm 2.8 ; 20mm 2.8 ; 15mm fisheye 2.8 ; 105mm macro 2.8 ; 70-200mm 2.8 II

Recording media:  SD card up to 128 GB


Tripod: Manfrotto 528 Heavy Duty


Dolly:    Manfrotto 114 Heavy Duty


Camera Light: 160 LED light with brightness control


Crane monitor: 10″ Toshiba Excite Pro tablet with remote app for full control on the camera


Other accessories:

Tripod: Vinten Vision Blue professional tripod

Tripod: Manfrotto D55XPROB

Monopod: Manfrotto Neotec Pro 685B with quick adjustable height

Slider: Konova K2 80cm

Glidecam: Glidecam 2000 Pro

Microphone: Sennheiser MD46 Reporters Mic

Wireless microphone: 2 sets of Sennheiser wireless systems     2 Receivers / 2 x Clip mic / 1 x Handheld mic / 1x Plug in transmitter

Audio recorder: Tascam DR 60D 4 channel Linear PCM Recorder

Recording media: SD card up to 32 GB

Batteries and Chargers:



The operator is a fully trained and experienced professional on videocameras and on camera jibcranes.

Lot of experience with Asian weddings [ Sikh, Muslim, Hindu, Namdhari ] .

The operator delivers and assembles the crane and the required accessories on site [ assembly time appr. 0.5 hour ], operates the jib and the camera during the filming period following the requirements then dismantles the jib at the end of the session [ dismantle time appr. 0.5 hour ] .

The operator and all the equipments are covered by Public Liability Insurance.


Filming (up to) Price
4 Hours £ 300
6 Hours £ 350
8 Hours £ 375
10 Hours £ 400
12 Hours £ 425
12 + Hours negotiable

* No VAT


50 % deposit required, paid via bank transfer or Paypal

Cancellation:Deposit minus £ 100 refundable.

Remaining amount /including 2Nd 50 %,planned journey and parking,hotel or other costs / should be paid minimum 3 days before the event.

Memorycards can be copied on site after filming onto a laptop but deposit required for the memorycards if they will be taken away from the site for copying.

Deposit for each memorycard: £ 50 that will be refunded on safe return.

Travelling costs: Nationwide service    £ 0.45/Mile from base

Parking expenses: Added if any

For bookings please use Contact form.

Thank you.



(706) 817-1999


In cinematography, a jib is a boom device with a camera on one end, and a counterweight and camera controls on the other.[1] It operates like a see-saw, but with the balance point located close to the counterweight, so that the camera end of the arm can move through an extended arc. A jib permits the camera to be moved vertically, horizontally, or a combination of the two. A jib is often mounted on a tripod or similar support.

A jib is useful for getting high shots, or shots which need to move a great distance horizontally or vertically, without the expense and safety issues of putting a camera operator on a crane for a crane shot or laying track for a camera dolly. A jib can even be mounted on a dolly for shots in which the camera moves over obstacles such as furniture, when a normal dolly shot could not be used.

A jib is somewhat more complicated than a simple lever, since almost always the camera’s aim needs to be controlled independently of the swing of the jib arm. This can be done by relatively simple mechanical means or by the use of remotely controlled electric servo motors.

Since the camera operator is often not able to use the camera’s controls directly or look through the camera’s viewfinder, a jib is often used in conjunction with a remote camera control for focus and zoom and with a portable video monitor.

A device known as a ‘hot head’, attached to the long end of larger jibs, supports the camera and enables remote pan/tilt functions with focus/zoom control. In this setup, one person usually controls movement of the jib whilst another operates the hot head using a control box…



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