Here's What Professionals Have to Say...


"I brought the crane to the Karakorum Range in Pakistan where every ounce counts. We were operating at almost 21,000 feet and the ability to use a lightweight jib that allowed me to create sophisticated camera movements really adds production value in such a wild place."

  Corey Rich, Adventure Photographer and Filmmaker

 "There is no other crane that I could have used to get these shots. In some pretty unreal places in China, I climbed ropeless with the crane on my back and then set it up right on the edge of a free standing spire! I love how light and fast to set up this rig is... truly a work of genius!!"

 Cedar Wright, Professional Climber and Filmmaker

“The Feather Camera Crane gives me the ability to elevate the level of cinematography on expedition shoots without slowing down the team or breaking my back!”

  Renan Ozturk, Camp 4 Collective

“To be on the stage wing and to use the crane to film David Byrne and St Vincent was killer! To throw that camera out over the 7,000 person crowd and then back up on the stage was so cool… It was definitely ninja up there!”

  Brett Schreckengost, freelance photojournalist

“This jib added a dimension of camera opportunities, and it’s run and gun setup times allowed us to get great shots on a very tight schedule. We also utilized the Lite Pro Camera Jib for dynamic camera moves. Its light weight and ease of setup allowed us to deploy the jib quickly to capture scenes and wildlife on the fly.”

  Rex Lint, Big Tree Media

“I was blown away when I first used the Feather Camera Crane because it was both lightweight and incredibly sturdy, which has always been a negatively skewed ratio. Now I can ditch the heavy dolly and get reliable cinematic movement while traveling with an insanely lightweight setup."

  Samuel Crossley, Adventure filmmaker and photographer

“The Feather Camera Crane proved to be a cool tool in the success of our Yukon mountain bike video project.”

  Trevor Clark, Adventure Photographer and Filmmaker


“Super smooth and just what we needed to make the world’s biggest bamboo forest come alive… It’s hard not to use it on every shot.”

  James Adamson, James Adamson Productions

“The Feather Camera Crane has changed what is possible for filming in remote locations.”

  Rachid Dahnoun, Adventure Photographer and Filmmaker