Pocket Jib Pro
Pocket Jib Pro
Pocket Jib Pro
Pocket Jib Pro
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Pocket Jib Pro

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The Pocket Jib™ PRO is the most heavy duty jib in our Pocket Jib series desiged specifically for a greater weight capacity when larger cameras and rigs are being used. With its heavy duty, dual-arm design, the Pocket Jib PRO can handle up to 50 lbs. in any length configuration.



This video features the original Pocket Jib, the Pocket Jib Pro is operated in the same way

Dual Purpose Production Tool
Not only is the Pocket Jib PRO a world class jib it can also mount Kessler sliders, turning it into a virtual ""all-in-one"" production tool, offering both a jib and mini-dolly in one unit

Quick Set Up
Ease of packability and minimum set-up time required for the Pocket Jib PRO maximze it's versatility. Perfect for studio or in-the-field applications.

Drag Control
Included drag control provides increased control for users to attain the smoothest shots possible. Because the tension is adjustable, each user can fine tune the necessary drag for their rig and application.

Locking Mechanism
When the Pocket Jib PRO isn't in use or a static shot is required, the included locking knob allows users to securely lock the jib in place, protecting equipment and removing movement from the Jib.

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.
(1) Pocket Jib Pro
(1) Toolkit ([2] 1/4-20 Hercules Head Knobs, [4] 1/4-20 Wing Nut, [8] 1/4-20 Washers, [4] 1/4-20x1-1/4" Hex Bolt)
(2) Weight Clamps
(1) Ball Relocator with Knob
Weight: 25 LBS
Length: 83.5" to end of ball relocator 76" to end of platform
Folded/Compacted Length: 46"
Distance from Tripod to Camera: min 32ʺ(81.2cm) to Max 57ʺ (144.7cm)
Total Vertical Movement: 81"
Circular Travel: 114"
Dimensions: 74.5" x 9.25" x 10"

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