Microdolly Hollywood Jib Dolly, #1478
für hohe Belastungen geeignet. Mit pull handle/Ausziehgriff bei Benutzung einer Jib Systems, einfache Handhabung, zusammenklappbar, Gewicht 8,2kg.
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Microdolly Hollywood - Jib Dolly to support any size Microdolly Jib, #1478.
The Jib Dolly is designed to support any size MICRODOLLY Jib. Manufactured from structural grade aluminum and hard anodized for weather protection, it has nine large heavy-duty ball bearing wheels that provide an extra large foot print for added stability. A telescoping steering and pull handle make it easy to move even when fully loaded. For safety, all wheel casters have quick-release brakes. The Jib Dolly folds for easy transport and comes with a heavily padded softcase.
Our mission is to design and manufacture ultra-light, precision-built, cost-effective Camera Support Systems. These patented, award winning Camera Jibs, Cranes, Dollies and Suction Mounts are purpose built for crews that must travel. Today there are thousands of MICRODOLLY systems in use in more than sixty countries.
1995 was a hallmark year for the film and television industry. Digital technology was in full swing and would soon change forever the way images were created and distributed.
In Hollywood that same year, an award winning Producer/Director retired after forty years. During his career he had worked on productions in some twenty-five countries. No matter the budget, every project had a common problem, a need for lighter and more portable camera support equipment. He formed MICRODOLLY HOLLYWOOD to meet this need. Using aerospace design and manufacturing methods, a unique line of Camera Jibs, Dollies, and Mounts were crafted and quickly became the industry standard for crews who needed to travel.
Built for extreme weather conditions, MICRODOLLY gear has worked from the Arctic to the Sahara Desert to the jungles of Panama. Today there are thousands of MICRODOLLY products in use in some sixty countries. Designed to travel, this gear is well suited for today's new digital cameras.