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I don’t like the cranes that use a wired pulley systems for controlling the camera.
The crane will need to carry a 7 pound camcorder.
Nikolai, thanks… I appreciate the feedback and insight. To you and others who may be interested, the “cable mechanism” that I don’t think I like is on http://www.cameracranes.us/ and a couple of others. It seems to be how the camera’s up/down control is maintained. The three I listed on the original post have a solid piece of metal, running parallel to the actual boom, controlling that camera motion.
Actually, my cameras (either a Sony HDR-HC1 or HDR-FX1) are under 7 pounds – closer to 5 pounds for the heavier FX1, but I agree with the “scariness” of putting my investment out there up to 12 (or more) feet away with a thumbscrew…
I like the “turnkey” ProAm because it comes with everything – so either THEY put it all together or I do – either way, it needs to be done.
I have a couple of light trees (which is the heavy duty ProAm tripod), so I don’t really need it from ProAm – but I need to connect the crane to that tripod… Whether Kessler or GlideCam or ProAm…
i need the story cranes by hwang sun won and translated by peter h. lee and i cant find it on google. help i need the story for my essay
Veronica and Boris are blissfully in love, until the eruption of World War II tears them apart. Boris is sent to the front lines…and then communication stops. Meanwhile, Veronica tries to ward off spiritual numbness while Boris’ draft-dodging cousin makes increasingly forceful overtures. Winner of the Palme d’Or at the 1958 Cannes Film Festival, The Cranes are Flying is a superbly crafted drama, bolstered by stunning cinematography and impassioned performances. Amazon.com
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I need to know how Stephen Crane came up with writing the Red Badge of Courage. I need examples of his life experiences that he had and then he put them in the Red Badge of Courage.
I need a web site for crane documentation. What I need, is a site, where from I can get, when needed, hydraulic and electric schematics for all kind of cranes (crane trucks, bridge cranes, etc)
New buildings start – cranes is on bottom floor – two weeks later 5 floors are finished and crane is still on top – HOW DO THEY DO THAT ?
I work in downtown Atlanta, and they are doing some kind of work on top of one of the high rise buildings downtown with a big crane. I was wondering how they got that heavy of a crane there to begin with? Thanks ahead of time!