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List of the Jibs and Sliders we use.

Kessler Crane Pocket Jib

Kessler Crane Pocket Jib
The Kessler Pocket Jib allows us to put the camera where our arms and tripods aren't willing to go. By being able to fully maneuver the jib, its 100mm bowl allows you to mount a fluid head which will give you even more angle opportunities. This is a great support system for both in and out of the studio. We wouldn't mind if it was a little more portable, but with the fully collapsible body allows us to get it where it needs to go!  B&H Link:  http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?O=&sku=1088121&gclid=CN_2qbTHl8cCFQ6RHwodHWgPlA&is=REG&m=Y&A=details&Q=
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Kessler Stealth Slider 40.5"

Kessler Stealth Slider 40.5"
The Kessler Stealth is a hybrid camera slider that combines the lightweight portable rail & carriage system of our standard Pocket Dolly™ with the drag control of our CineSlider™. Features include drag control, measuring tape, smooth rolling precision stainless steel ball bearing wheels and multiple mounting options. Learn more at the Kessler Website: http://www.kesslercrane.com/product-p/stealth_standard.htm
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Kessler Pocket Jib PRO

Kessler Pocket Jib PRO
The Kessler Pocket Jib PRO has been designed for a greater weight capacity when larger cameras and rigs are being used. With its heavy duty arms, the PJ PRO can handle up to 50 lbs. in any length configuration. This is perfect for RED's, ALEXA's or any other rig weighing up to 50 lbs. (We recommend the regular Pocket Jib for cameras under 20 lbs.) The Kessler Pocket Jib PRO is the ultimate compact, portable jib. Not only is this jib fully collapsible for easy transport, but you can also mount the Kessler Pocket Dolly™ or CineSlider™ to it, turning it into a virtual "all-in-one" production tool, offering both a jib and mini-dolly in one unit. The PJ PRO has a telescopic dual rail arm design that has a maximum reach of five feet, fully extended, which is approximately 6" less than our KC-8 crane. The end of the crane...
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