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Cambo Jib Arm

Cambo Jib Arm With 5 foot boom

This is a very rugged 5 foot jib arm that can support up to 40 lbs.

  • Daily Rate: $190
  • Weekly Rate: $570
  • Monthly Rate: $1,900

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Cambo Crane

Cambo Crane With 15 foot Boom

With the additional 10 feet of boom the Cambo Crane can support 25 lbs. With motorized head the weight capacity drops to 10 pounds.

  • Daily Rate: $325
  • Weekly Rate: $975
  • Monthly Rate: $3,250

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Cambo Pan & Tilt Motor

Cambo Crane Pan & Tilt Motor

This motor offers easy panning and tilting of the Cambo-mounted camera.

  • Daily Rate: $70
  • Weekly Rate: $210
  • Monthly Rate: $700

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Porta Jib Traveler

- Reach 38-55"
- Boom 41-68"
- Supports Up to 40 lbs
- 3x Rolling Cases!
- 100mm Bowl

  • Daily Rate: $160
  • Weekly Rate: $480
  • Monthly Rate: $1,600

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