People associate jib arms with big sweeping shots, but in fact the majority of jib shots are small subtle moves.


Porta-Jib Traveller


The Losmandy Porta-Jib is the jib I use for maximum stability and ultra low shots.

Its unique telescopic design allows it to work in constricted areas and also unfold to create a dramatic 6-foot lift.

Unlike inexpensive consumer jibs that bounce on both ends of the move, the Porta-Jib is a professional piece of kit that delivers smooth starts and solid stops.

Comes with Vinten tripod and dolly for easy repositioning

The under-slung fluid head allows front jib operation as the camera floats effortlessly through the air. It also lets the camera be moved all the way to the ground, which isn’t achievable with traditional top-slung heads.

Fitting into a small tripod bag, the Porta-Jib is extremely compact and takes just ten minutes to set-up.

Max rise and fall of 1.73m (68")

Weighs 29 lbs. (13.2kg)

Supports up to 40 lbs. (18kg) of camera and fluid head.


Genis Mini-Jib  

The Genis Mini-Jib is the most portable jib I own.

It breaks drown to just 84cm (33”) and is super lightweight, so great for traveling. The camera attaches directly to jib and is perfect for quick unplanned simple jib shots. Consider the Porta-Jib for more complex jib shots.

This jib is kept in my vehicle at all times and is

Set-up time is just a couple of minutes.

Max rise and fall of 1.87m (6ft)

Weighs 1.58 Kg (3.5 ibs)

Supports up to 9.4 lbs (4.25 kg) of camera.




Dolly & Track

With 4-meters of fast set-up aluminium track, the Wally Dolly system is highly compact, super smooth and lightweight.

The alloy track is in 1m lengths and when screwed together the joints are seamless. The Wally Dolly is not rideable or suitable for use on rough terrain.


Great for pack shots - 2.5rpm and a max payload of up to 4Kg

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