CobraCrane II, Heavy Duty Dual Bar Jib Arm for Cameras Weighing Less than 20 lbs.

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SKU: PMC2 MFR: 5031
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List Price: $399.00

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About CobraCrane II Heavy Duty

This easy to setup device is simple to operate, by one individual, while taking amazing footage. Bring a whole new dimension to your video productions by bringing the camcorder from a low shot to a high shot smoothly and efficiently. The CobraCrane II mounts on any sturdy tripod with the ProMax Mounting Bracket for quick an easy set up.

This very sturdy construction elevates your camcorder up to 9 feet*, and can hold a camcorder up to 25 pounds. The CobraCrane II is made from super durable, high strength, lightweight steel.( *Height depends on tripod. Gains 3 ft. from Tripod Head. Does not come with tripod.)

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Damas S  Does this crane come with its weights?
ANGEL G  No it doesn't. I'm actually trying to sell me mine cause I bought last year and don't ever know if I'll ever use it. If your interested let me know.
Damas S  Yes I am interested. How much are you selling. I am in Tanzania. Include its shipping cost to Tanzania
Damas S  Does this crane come with its weights?
ANGEL G  No it doesn't. I'm actually trying to sell me mine cause I bought last year and don't ever know if I'll ever use it. If your interested let me know.
Damas S  Yes I am interested. How much are you selling. I am in Tanzania. Include its shipping cost to Tanzania
Eduardo S  Is this compatible with DSLRs?
Andrew R  Unfortunately no, not really. This crane is designed to be used with standard camcorders and is not ideal for use with a DSLR.
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