DIY Mini Camera Crane

Introduction: DIY Mini Camera Crane



This DIY camera crane is perfect for those who want something light, portable and simple.  This tutorial will work for any size of crane.  Click here for more information, sample footage, and photos: http://.unitips.ca/?p=237

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    xerofokus
    xerofokus

    8 years ago on Introduction

    That's really cool! I work at a machine shop where we manufacture parts for Kessler Crane, it's interesting to see something so simple work just as well as some of the high-dollar tools that we make.

    I'm not much (at all, really) into the art of filming but I may throw one of these together just to make home videos a bit more entertaining. I may make a few modifications to make it a bit fancier, only because I have the resources available. Sturdier brackets and such, I can make with my cnc plas table.

    Kudos my friend, kudos.

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    TheGeek1984
    TheGeek1984

    8 years ago on Introduction

    So, about how much did this cost? Not counting the tripod.

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    Theunihopper
    Theunihopper

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    The crane cost about $20 for sheet metal, electrical conduit and hardware.