Action Jib Kit

For GoPro®/Action Video Cameras

Action Jib Kit
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Action Jib Kit

For GoPro®/Action Video Cameras

Ultra-portable extendable Jib Kit that allows you to capture unique crane shots with any pole.

$79.95
USD

Availability: In stock

Features & Specs

Description:

New shot possibilities and previously unreachable angles await you with this GoPro®/action video jib system. The Action Jib Kit allows you to turn any pole or monopod into a fully functioning jib with capabilities to tilt, pan, track and much more.


Features:

  • Handle with 1/4"-20 screw: Handle grip allows you to rotate the camera with the integrated pulley system. Also, the handle has an extra 1/4"-20 screw so you can mount an Arm and a GripTight for remote video viewing.
  • Adjustable cording for any pole length: Comes with a cord that can be tied to accommodate different pole lengths.
  • Monopod end cap: Comes with 1/4"-20 screw end cap to comfortably use with monopods.
  • Portable & easy to assemble/disassemble: All components come in a compact bag that you can carry with you on-the-go.

Designed for:

Action Video Cam

Dimensions and Weight:

Product Dimensions:19 x 9 x 20 cm (7.48 x 3.54 x 7.87 in)
Weight:320 g (0.70 lbs)
Packaged Weight:370 g (0.81 lbs)

Connection Point:

1/4"-20 standard tripod mount, GoPro mount

Materials:

ABS Plastic, Elastic, Nylon, Stainless Steel

Reviews

Action Jib Kit is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Practical and Affordable Gave this to my husband as an early Xmas gift to compliment his GoPro. I didn't know much about camera/video accessories until I looked up the best GoPro gadgets for 2015 and stumbled upon the Joby Action Jib. Impressed with ease of use, assembly, and agility. Great and affordable accessory to have.
Date published: 2016-01-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid Design The JOBY Action Jib Kit is a great product for a very specific task. It's a bit on the expensive side for what it is, but at the same time there's basically no cheaper way to have a camera on a jib. That being said, make sure you actually need this kind of equipment. You have to be almost on top of the action to get good angles with this short of a jib. I got this for, among other things, filming NCAA Division III college sports. It works okay with volleyball when you're 10 to 15 feet away from the action, but it would be far better if I were five feet away. Not at all a critique of the equipment, just be sure you actually need this before you buy. The components all seem well-built. There's a lot of plastic in the construction, but it feels durable. The tilt head operates smoothly, and with a small amount of practice practice you can control it very well. The entire thing is straightforward - it just works. I would highly recommend this to anyone who needs entry-level video equipment or often uses action cameras to film fast-paced activities where you can be right on top of the action.
Date published: 2015-10-28
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Q & A

how much weight does it hold? can I use other small cameras like DJI osmo?

Asked by: AJJJ
It will hold about 325 grams.
Answered by: Joby Product Support
Date published: 2017-05-12

As I've found this kit very useful while shooting rock climbers, I would like to know if there's an option to buy additional poles to extend the "arm"?

Asked by: SnakeArtworX
You can purchase the Action Grip & Pole for 1 extra pole. http://joby.com/action-grip-pole
Answered by: JOBYian
Date published: 2016-11-21

How does the pole attach to a tripod and does the top end of the mount extend past the point show? I feel like a wide view on GoPro would show the end of the pole in shot. 

Asked by: bigredrobot

Can I use this with Sony A6300 camera? Is the rig too heavy with this camera? How small does this fold to for traveling?

Asked by: turbodave
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