The K12 Multi Jib camera crane is designed by Hague Camera Supports and can be set-up at three different lengths to offer great flexibility. At its shortest length it is small and compact but at its longest length it will travel from ground level to nearly 4m in height. Designed so it can be used at the camera end or from the back of the crane it allows you to achieve the hands on feel of working at the camera end or to attach a motorised pan and tilt powerhead if you want to operate from the back. This camera jib supports up to 14kg and is one of the top jib systems within the Hague Camera Supports range.
HAGUE CAMERA SUPPORTS PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
The Hague K12 Multi Jib fastens to any sturdy tripod with a 100 or 75mm bowl or onto a Hague D3 Dolly. It is quick and simple to set up and can be used at three different lengths. At it's standard or short length it will support up to 14kg and at it's longest length will support up to 9kg. A 100mm bowl enables you to fasten your video head from your tripod onto the jib, (an optional Stepper Ring is available if you are on the 75mm bowl system) or a pan & tilt power head can be used for remote operation. Radial ball bearings ensure super smooth crane movement from ground level to almost 4 metres high and pan 360 degrees. Drag can be added to hold the arm at a set position. Standard bar weights or sand bags can be used as counterbalance.
The Multi Jib breaks down to just 1.2 metres in length making it very easy to handle and for transport. It is suitable for all handheld cameras and will support a maximum weight of 14kg.
An optional video head, or remote pan & tilt power head, can be fitted to the jib and a monitor bracket is also available making it easier to monitor your shots.
SHORT LENGTH - MODE B - PAN RADIUS 112cm / 44" - TOTAL LENGTH 186cm / 73" - CRANE MOVEMENT 130cm / 51" - MAXIMUM WEIGHT 14kg.
SHORT LENGTH - MODE C - PAN RADIUS 107cm / 42" - TOTAL LENGTH 186cm / 73" - CRANE MOVEMENT 120cm / 47" - MAXIMUM WEIGHT 14kg.
STANDARD LENGTH - MODE B - PAN RADIUS 175cm / 69" - TOTAL LENGTH 285cm / 112" - CRANE MOVEMENT 254cm / 100" - MAXIMUM WEIGHT 12kg.
STANDARD LENGTH - MODE A - PAN RADIUS 152cm / 60" - TOTAL LENGTH 285cm / 112" - CRANE MOVEMENT 196cm / 77" - MAXIMUM WEIGHT 14kg.
LONG LENGTH - MODE A - PAN RADIUS 262cm / 103" - TOTAL LENGTH 396cm / 155" - CRANE MOVEMENT 396cm / 155" - MAXIMUM WEIGHT 9kg.
LENGTH - Short is using a single section of the jib. Standard is using two sections and Long is using all three sections.
MODE - There are three pivot positions the jib can be assembled in.
PAN RADIUS - This is the distance from the tripod to camera when the jib is in a horizontal position.
TOTAL LENGTH - This is the length from the weights to camera when the jib is in a horizontal position.
CRANE MOVEMENT - This is the maximum up & down movement, from its lowest position to its highest.
MAXIMUM WEIGHT - This is the maximum combined weight of camera and video head the jib will support.
Suitable for all camera set-ups up to 14kg.
Price is for the K12 Jib only, price does not include any tripod, dolly, video head, power head, camera, weights or bag.
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Got to say I really like the K12 jib. Its dead easy to set-up and being able to use at three different lengths gives me great flexibility. I like to be hands on at the camera end when in tighter set-up but then use it with the PH200 when at a longer length. The D3 is a great extra for the longer set-up but use my tripod legs if in the smaller set-up as it gets me tighter to the ground. Got the CT49 bag too which is great and if you fold the sections back on themselves you dont have to dismantle anything.
I've used the Hague K12 Multi-jib on a few shoots now and It has performed faultlessly. The build quality is good and set-up time isn't too long. It does have to be completely dismantled to fit in the CT46 padded case however which adds to set-up and strike times. The jib handles the Sony FS7 and Canon Cine Prime lens well, however I haven't used the jib at full extension with this camera. Balancing and operation were easy, a heavy-duty, solid tripod is essential for stability.