edelkrone has announced its JibONE v2. This is a follow-up to the original JibONE and it was designed so users can do motorized jib moves with up to 1.6′ / 50 cm of camera travel.
The JibONE v2. can support camera payloads of up to 11 lb / 4.98kg. The jib keeps your camera level while moving horizontally, diagonally, or vertically. The tilt and pan axes can be set to every 22.5˚, providing users with 16 positions throughout the pan and tilt range. Crane Kits
The tripod-mounted JibONE v2 provides improved wireless connections with a longer range and an OLED screen. Updated power functions include a physical power button and power-saving and auto-off modes to help preserve battery life. It can also be operated manually or in fully wired mode using Link Port.
If you want to do automated moves then you need the optional edelkrone HeadPLUS v2 Pan and Tilt Head which costs $1,439.20 USD.
The edelkrone JibONE v2 is now available to pre-order for $999 USD.
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