Camera JIB From Camera Accessories




Introduction: Camera JIB From Camera Accessories

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In this video I will teach you how to build a camera jib with remote tilt made from various camera accessories and you can find in a camera shop. And only need to drill 4 holes through a plastic pulley and the rest is super easy to put together.

Parts list:
2x 10cm Rope Pulley wheels KBS100K10v -
1x Dubble-L Bracket Falcon Eyes TMB-16T - alternatives on Ebay
1x Boom arm grip adapter from Ebay -
1x Manfrotto 234rc -
1x M8 40mm Bolt
1x M8 90mm Bolt
6x M8 Nuts
4x M5 30mm Bolt
12x M5 Nuts
4x M5 bolt caps
4x Rubber bands
Few meters of washing line cable
Either a sturdy monopod or a boomarm. As if you would get a boom arm you could buy a set which included the boom arm grip plus also weights which lessen the total cost.

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    4 years ago

    A couple of suggestions. if you were to use a liquid rubber like DipIt tool handle liquid it would work better than the rubber bands. You appeared to not know where you were going to go next on this build even though you stated earlier this was a Mark 2 design. this made for the video to be at least twice as long as it needed to be.


    6 years ago on Introduction

    That's a loooong video (and very professional and a cool project.) Any chance it's easy to pull screenshots and document in a way a bit more accessible for grips without broadband?