This custom-built support is designed specifically for the ProAm camera crane family of products and is not intended for use with other crane brands. It’s ideal for replacing tripods that aren’t rated for the weight of your professional camera, crane, and counterweights due to its all-aluminum mount that won’t break like standard plastic mounts.
This stand features a height of four- to six-feet, a capacity of 100 pounds, and smooth, effortless 360-degree panning motion. It can be used with any ProAm Camera Crane, including the 8' to 12' DVC210, 8' to 12' DVC200, DVC60 and DVC50 models.
- 6' maximum height
- 4' minimum height
- 100lb. max weight capacity
- 1 - 1/4" Aluminum tube structure
- CNC Machined Aluminum Stand Mount
- Smooth and effortless 360 Panning
The camera crane stand can be used with any ProAm Camera Crane including the DVC500, DVC250, DVC200 and DVC50.
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Jennifer was an amazing resource to not only figure out the crane stand I needed but to make sure that I received it, when the package went missing! Thanks again for her diligence and help to sort things out with Amazon + UPS and most of all -- thanks for getting me the stand by when I needed it! Happy Holidays :)
ProAm is a great company with excellent customer support.
Their 12' and 20' cranes are rock solid. However, before you purchase any of their cranes, make sure the weight of your camera (including all attachments and accessories) match the load capacity of the crane you are interested in buying.
And, like any new piece of equipment, there may be a slight learning curve, but I can assure you with ProAm's cranes, you'll be up and running in no time as they are very easy to setup and use!! Funny story: When the 12' crane was delivered, I set it up in my home and started panning and the arm hit a flower vase my wife designed - oops...
I am a 40 year film & TV professional and will use their cranes on a new TV reality show. The 20' crane will have a remote motorized pan/tilt system and 2 operators.
You have my name and can look up my partial resume at www.IMDB.com.
I used my own stand thinking it was good enough to place my job on it but it would wobble after moving the jib for a little while cause the screw would always unscrew. Finally I decided to buy this stand, I thought there wasn't going to be almost the same thing as mine but I though wrong, the stand is very thick, and the top where you mount your jib was big enough to support the jib without worrying about it moving around.
Great company, great products!
I wish to deal with her everyday.
thank you so much