Taurus XL HD750 20 ft Heavy Duty Camera Crane / Jib by ProAm USA
ProAm USA HD750 20 foot Heavy Duty Camera Crane / Jib

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Our Price: $899.00

UPC: 728028017885

Stock Status:In stock soon

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The right piece of equipment for the serious professional, the HD750’s newly revamped design makes this one of the highest quality camera cranes available today. Built in five sections, this modular crane reaches a total of twenty feet in length while still being compatible with cameras up to thirty pounds. This unit includes a heavy duty tripod and full 360-degree bearing mount. With auto-tilt and a cable system for support in each length, photographers can trust that the scratch-resistant powder coating of this crane will make its lifetime warranty obsolete.

The new ProAm USA HD750 is a 5 section, heavy duty modular crane capable of converting to 12', 16' or 20' lengths.

In the 20' length the HD750 extends 16' from tripod and supports up to 20 lbs.
In the 16' length the HD750 extends 12' from tripod and supports up to 25 lbs.
In the 12' length the HD750 extends 8' from tripod and supports up to 30 lbs.
A heavy duty tripod stand and 360º bearing mount are included.

The crane will automatically tilt the camera.
Comes with heavy duty cabling system to support each configuration.
The coating is a matte black scratch-resistant powder coating.
Includes a Lifetime warranty by ProAm USA.

Note: Pan & Tilt Head not included. S&H Charges May Exceed Published Rates.

Proam Taurus XL (HD750) Test Footage from FocalPoint Cinematic Weddings on Vimeo.

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Smooth Jib at a Great Price February 26, 2014
Reviewer: Jonathan Bufkin from Murfreesboro, TN United States  
I like this jib a lot but the footage is the most telling factor. Check out my test footage at


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