Specialist Jimmy jib in Italia. Rental crane for film and video production.

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Jimmy Jib Crane Rental in Italy

Jimmy Jib Rental in Italy - Camera Crane Hire in Tuscany Florence

Equip your production with our Jimmy Jib kits, complete with lens control for Canon or Fuji broadcast lenses and compatibility with various cinema lenses. We support cameras ranging from Canon C300 to Arri Alexa or Sony FS7. Our kits include Sony HD monitors and a 3-wheel base, with additional accessories like wireless remote follow focus available. Safety is our priority, with regular testing and maintenance of our Jimmy Jib cranes to the highest standards.

Assemble our Jimmy Jibs in multiple configurations, each with a remote head system, controllers, HD video monitor, and remote lens control for different lenses. Off-road jib dollies are also available. Our packages include everything needed for setup and relocation, providing portability and flexibility for diverse shots.

Jimmy Jib Extreme Triangle Hire in Italy

Jimmy Jib Camera Crew in ItalyExplore Stanton Jimmy Jib rentals from Italy, featuring highly experienced Italian jib operators and custom modifications for film and TV productions. Our services include setup, transportation, and maintenance, providing a seamless experience for your production needs.

Jimmy Jib Italy delivers cutting-edge jib rental packages, including a technician for use with your skilled jib operators. We handle the setup anywhere in Milan or Rome and surrounding areas, ensuring a hassle-free experience for your shoot.

Get a quote today at +39 3382084070. We speak English and Spanish.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

About Jimmy Jib
Explore the features of our Jimmy Jib Triangle, using triangular aluminum tubing for superior strength and rigidity. Simpler, lighter, and packages better. The segmentally designed jib arm ensures easy installation and transport. Our jib comes with a full-function single-arm double-axis remote head, providing smooth, fast, and quiet operation.

What is a Jib?
In cinematography, a jib is a boom device with a camera on one end and controls at the other. It operates like a see-saw, useful for high shots or shots that need to move a great distance horizontally or vertically, without the expense and safety issues of putting a camera operator on a crane. Our Jimmy Jib, a lightweight modular system, offers easy transportation and setup in any location.

How High Can the Camera Go?
Our Jib configurations can raise a camera to a lens height from 1.8 meters (6 feet) to 15 meters (46 feet), supporting cameras up to 22.5 kilograms. This includes 16mm, 35mm, or broadcast/video cameras. See the diagram below for specifics.

Jib Description

Jib Reach

Max Lens Height

Max Camera Weight


6 feet

6 feet

50 lbs

Standard Plus

9 feet

16 feet

50 lbs


12 feet

19 feet

50 lbs


15 feet

23 feet

50 lbs


18 feet

25 feet

50 lbs

Super Plus

24 feet

30 feet

50 lbs


30 feet

33 feet

50 lbs

The standout feature of the Jimmy Jib is its impressive crane arm "reach," which plays a crucial role in creating captivating and dynamic compositions. It also allows operators to elevate the camera above potential obstructions like power-lines or animated concert crowds, enabling clear and expansive shots when needed.

How low can it go?

In an "under-slung" configuration, the "Triangle" Jimmy Jib can position the camera almost directly off the floor, achieving a minimum lens height of about 20 centimeters (8 inches). This height can be further reduced with adjustments to the set or platform.

How long does it take to rig the Jimmy Jib?

We recommend allocating up to 2 hours for Jimmy Jib rigging, depending on factors such as vehicle proximity and the working environment.

How easily can the Jimmy Jib be moved between locations?

Once initially set up, the Jimmy Jib can be easily repositioned on its wheeled base across level and clear ground. If the terrain is uneven, a rebuild may take around 30 minutes or more, depending on distance and conditions.

What is the required operating area for a Jimmy Jib?

The necessary space for the Jimmy Jib's operation depends on its size and counter-weight requirements. Refer to the diagrams below for measurements based on specific Jimmy Jib setups.

How does the remote head work?

The remote head, operated with a joystick control panel, uses fine pitch controlled electrical servo motors and gears. It allows operators to pan, tilt, and, with an additional "slip ring," roll. The silent operation is ideal for sound-sensitive production environments.

How many people does it take to operate the Jimmy Jib?

Typically, two operators are required—one for moving the counter-balanced boom arm and another for operating the hot head. We provide all necessary operators and technicians for Jimmy Jib operation.

How long does it take to set up a Jimmy Jib?

We recommend allowing one hour for setup on a flat surface, although the Jimmy Jib is often ready for operation in around forty-five minutes. Hazardous locations may require more time.

Can the Jimmy Jib carry 4k or 6k Digital Cinema cameras?

Yes, the Jimmy Jib can handle cameras with varying specifications, with a safe working load ranging from 27.5kg to 11.3kg, depending on the size of the Jimmy Jib built.

Which cameras do you use with the Jimmy Jib?

We embrace new technology and frequently use Digital Cinema cameras like the Sony FS7, Arri Alexa, Arri Amira, RED, or Phantom High-Speed camera. Studio or OB shoots involve collaboration with the facility's camera choices.

Film cameras

For focus/zoom/iris control, consult with the Focus Puller on their preference for a wireless or hard-wired control unit.

Studio Environments

The Jimmy Jib is commonly used in studio scenarios, mounted on studio crab dolly wheels, a converted HP pedestal, or a conventional dolly.

Does the Jimmy Jib need a Technician or Assistant?

All quotes include a Jimmy Jib Technician as a second person, ensuring efficient and dynamic shooting while adhering to safety guidelines.

Rental Jimmy Jib in Italy

Jimmy Jib Rental in Rome and Milan

We operate the latest Jimmy Jib Triangle, ranging from 6ft to 30ft reach, capable of flying various cameras. From DSLR Canon to Sony XDCAM, Digibeta, P2, HDCAM, and even 16mm and 35mm film cameras, including digital RED cameras. Our Jib is versatile and suitable for a wide range of subjects, adding an extra dimension to your shoot.

The Jimmy Jib Triangle, available in sizes from 6ft to 33ft, boasts a considerably lighter operating weight than other full-size cranes, reducing operator fatigue and enabling swift jib moves for fast-paced productions. We specialize in extreme jib moves and have over 20 years of television production experience, including 10 years of Jib arm operating experience.

We are actively seeking a second Jimmy Jib Stanton, regardless of length and configuration, to expand our operations. If you have a model to sell, please do not hesitate to offer it!