ProAm USA - America's Camera Crane Manufacturer
Why Use a Camera Crane?
- Get far reaching pans and pedestal style movements to capture viewer attention.
- Adds a level of professionalism that can influence audience trust and opinion.
- Variety of perspectives can't be made with other gear.
- Ability to add value to your shots for very little cost.
- Jibs are rugged tools that require no batteries and little upkeep.
Which Crane Is Best for Me?
- If you're shooting indoors in confined spaced, consider a compact jib like the Orion DVC50 or DVC60.
- For a crane that's suited to both indoors and outdoors, see the Orion DVC200 and DVC210.
- If you need to get massive shots, add a 4 ft extension to the Orion DVC200 and DVC210.
- For travelers, the CarryOn Jib can be so compact that it fits in a carry on sized bag yet can be made 8 ft.
- For heavy camera loads, see the Taurus Jr, a compact jib that supports up to 30 lbs.
All of our cranes are tool-less designs that can be setup in minutes and operated by a single person. This allows you to arrive on location, setup, and begin recording amazing, valuable shots in minutes.
What Are People Saying?
I had an excellent experience with the Orion DVC210 crane/jib, and would not hesitate to use it again on a shoot.
- Mike Perlman of DPReview.com
You won't add smoother camera movement to your shots with anything else that costs this little.
- Chuck Gloman of TVTechnology.com
Operating this crane is really, really simple.
- Jaron Schneider of Fstoppers.com