KC-Lite 8.0 Crane
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KC-Lite 8.0 Crane

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The Kessler KC-Lite 8.0 is a high quality crane at an affordable price. For the filmmaker shooting on a tight budget, using a lighter digital video or DSLR camera under 10 pounds, the KC-Lite is the highest quality camera crane in the sub $400 price range.

Lightweight and Durable
Based off the design of our standard dual-rail KC series of camera cranes, the KC-Lite is a 100% tool-less, single rail crane that is light-weight and portable, yet has the heft where it counts like the 3/8"" thick ultra rigid mounting plate.

Perfect for DSLR
For rigs under 10 lbs, there isn't a better crane for the money. Filmmakers often have to sacrifice quality for quantity when building their gear arsenal, the KC-Lite elimates that concern by providing an excellent jib solution at an economy price.

Fluid Drag
Unlike other cranes in this price range the KC-Lite mounts to your fluid head in a way that utilizes the fluid drag of the head's pan and tilt giving the best control and fluid like movements in all 3 modes of crane operation (manual tilt, fixed-angle mode, & automatic mode).

Lifetime Warranty
Backed by our manufacturer's Lifetime Warranty, we guarantee that it is free from defects in material and workmanship, otherwise we'll fix it.


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Basic Assembly Video

KC - Lite 8.0
(1) Large Coupler Bar with 2 Knobs ( RP1020 )
(1) Tool-less Pack
(1) Control Rod Coupler Bar with 2 Knobs
(1) Camera Screw
(3) Fine Tuning Weights with
(1) Quick Collar Weight/Knob
Weight: 20 Lbs
Length: 8ft (2.4m)
Folded/Compacted Length: 48" (122cm)
Distance from Tripod to Camera: 5.5ft (1.7m)
Weight Capacity: 10 Lbs
Total Vertical Movement: 11ft (3.3m)
Circular Travel: N/A
Counterweight Requirements: 7.5 Lbs + (1.5 x payload weight)
Dimensions: 101" x 8" x 8

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