FLOATCAM PRO DOLLYCRANE HEAVY DUTY
Price: € 1500
A counter-balanced, multi-function, multi-angled camera platform combining the function of the slider, mini jib and tower. Once set up, the system can instantly change its function from slider to mini jib and back thanks to its unique construction.
This is a heavy duty version of the popular DollyCrane, and can handle much larger cameras like the ARRI ALEXA, RED MONSTRO, SONY VENICE or PANAVISION without compromising stability, performance and, of course, creativity. It carries a payload up to 32kg.
Tripods and fluid head are not sold together with the kit.
DollyCrane HD PRO combines the function of the slider, mini jib and tower. Once set up, the system can instantly change its function from slider to Mini Jib and back thanks to its unique construction. SLIDER
- SLIDER: By utilizing a movable counterweight, the camera can be tracked up to 150 cm, much further than in typical sliders. As the camera moves in one direction, the counterweight tracks in the opposite direction, allowing for continuous perfect balance and control. And that’s what makes DollyCrane HD PRO so unique!
- DIAGONAL SLIDER: The slider rail can be set at almost any angle (max. 60 degrees plus exact vertical 90 degrees movement) and with the counterweight system, the camera can be moved up and down the slider with minimal effort.
- MINI JIB: In the Mini Jib mode, DollyCrane HD PRO operates a working diameter of 150 cm on the horizontal. The operator can tilt, pan and move the camera 360 degrees around the base tripod. The counterbalance system is locked to ensure unvarying movements through the full range of the jib arm’s capabilities. The maximum and minimum operating heights of the Mini Jib function are dependent on the height of the tripod.
- TOWER: With the simple removal and repositioning of two handles, DollyCrane HD PRO becomes a tower allowing for an exact vertical camera move through the full range of the 160cm track. Minimum and maximum heights of the camera moves, when mounted on the tower, are dependent on tripod configuration. The counterbalance system maintains a steady resistance to camera moves reducing the possibilities of irregular movements during the start or finish of a camera move.