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Old January 18th, 2011, 12:00 PM   #1
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Speaking of cranes, I took one to a Wedding show.

Speaking of Jibs/Cranes... I took one to a wedding show this past weekend. The organizer gave me a corner booth near the stage in exchange for a little shooting of a fashion show. Here's a short clip. I just got it 2 weeks ago and other than a few test shots, it was the first time I used it. This is a custom made jib that telescopes out to 15' 16" with a vertical reach of about 20'. Though I had it scaled back to about 11' boom length. Because it has a vertical brake, I can lock the boom at any angle, so it was angled up and out of the way when not in use. I was restricted in where I was located, so I couldn't do any big moves - which I think works better - a lot more subtle.

Overall, it did attract a lot of positive attention. as far as using it at a wedding... I would definitely try it, but with a few conditions.


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