PROFESSIONAL. STRONG. LIGHT. SMOOTH.
Proaim Alphabet is designed for videographers and filmmakers who need a lightweight and ultra-portable Crane system.
The Alphabet jib has many great features such as tool-less assembly, reinforced jib sections, variable lengths, tilt brake etc.
It allows capturing smooth, dynamic sweeping pans and camera rises.
The Jib has Universal front mounting to adapt Pan Tilt Heads and 3-Axis Gimbal Stabilizers.
High strength Aluminum construction with unbeatable stability holds camera setups up to 15kg / 33lb.
You can adjust the arm length from 12ft to 21ft by quickly adding or removing the jib sections.
The ability to change the length allows you to use the Crane in various scenarios.
MOST AFFORDABLE JIB SOLUTION
Filmmakers often have to sacrifice quality for quantity when building their gear; the Proaim Alphabet eliminates that concern by providing an excellent jib solution at an economical price.
The Complete Crane System fits in bags for easy storage. These compact bags are easy to carry with you to different sets and locations.
ALPHABET 21' JIB
Jib Arm - High-grade CNC Aluminum
Cable System - Stainless Steel
up to 15kg / 33lb
21' / 6.4 meter
27kg / 59lb
35.400kg / 78.04lb
(LxWxH): 141 x 37 x 33 cm / 55.51 x 14.56 x 12.99 inch
IN THE BOX
6 x Jib Sections
1 x Support Rod
1 x Cable Guide
1x Weight Rod with Weight Closer
8mm Male Female Knob Set
10mm Female Knob
3/8" Male Knob
1 x (Red) 11ft
1 x (Red) 6.7ft
1 x (Red) 3.3ft
2 x (Blue) 11ft
2 x (Blue) 6.7ft
2 x (Blue) 3.3ft
ALPHABET 21' JIB AROUND THE WORLD
Guaranteed Fast Delivery
Quick and Efficient
Just got my 21ft Alphabet and it must be defective?? It came with a PAN LOCK KNOB :)!!! Right next to the bubble level. Must be a new feature, as it is NOT in the product photos and the product description still says NO Pan Lock?? Either way, I am HAPPY!!
Very sturdy and easy to operate Use it in the church for our video production
Solid construction job
Great heavy duty jib. At first I suspected the jib was going to be flimsy but upon arrival and starting to assemble the jib, the manufacturing of parts and engineering behind is very solid. I combined this jib with a small 4k JVC GY-HM180 camera plus a motorized Proaim head and at full extension (21 feet) I had to add 105 lbs of counter weights in the back. Even after adding the weights, it moved and operated great sitting on the Proaim 100mm heavy duty tripod. This setup came out perfect and the house of worship where we installed this was very pleased.
Q&AAsk a Question
Is it possible to mount Red Komodo on it?