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Remote Arm Services

From the drone and gimbal experts at Aerobo.

Remote Arm Equipment

To provide our clients with the highest standard of filming services, we keep an inventory of the latest, state-of-the-art film equipment. Whether you have a preference or need a technical consultation, we’ll ensure to provide the best gear for the job.

MotoCrane Kit

A 10' remote jib arm that can be mounted to any vehicle and can support a payload of up to 30 lbs. The fully motorized arm can move and position a camera in 360˚ at speeds up to 80mph.
Latest technology in stabilization.
  • 3-axis gimbal, capable of stabilizing 30 lbs of camera and lens package
  • high performance motors make this one of the most durable gimbals, capable of resisting high winds and torque when mounted to a car
  • supports some anamorphics, zooms and master primes
Even though the MotoCrane can be mounted to any vehicle, we've made custom adjustments to this compact car to optimize it for high-speed driving and high-touch filming.
  • upgraded brakes and suspension to give the drive the most precise control
  • custom speedrail roof rack for easy and quick remote arm + stabilizer mounting
  • matte black exterior to eliminate reflections
Monitors are available for all crew members who are in the car.


Industry-preferred cinema camera.
  •  powered by the HELIUM 8KS35 sensor
  •  shoots 8K at30 frames per second
  • data rates up to 275 MB/s, can record REDCODE raw, as well as proxy 4K Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHR
  • effective pixels: 8192 x4320
  • playback framerates 23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 47.95, 48, 50, 59.94, 60 fps, all resolutions
35 mm format film-style digital cinema camera.
  • switchable active sensor area
  • support for ARRI MVF-1 viewfinder
  •  built-in remote control capabilities via ARRI Electronic Control System and Wi-Fi
  • support for cforce motors, built-in motorized ND filters
  • interchangeable lens mounts and ARRI Lens Data System as well as Lens Data Archive
  • 35 mm format ARRI ALEV II CMOS sensor with Bayer pattern color filter array
Digital cinema camera.
  • Super 35 Sized CMOS Sensor
  • Sony E-Mount
  • DCI 4K (4096 x 2160) Up to 60p
  • UHD Up to 60 FPS, HD Up to 180 FPS
  • 4096 x 2160 Via External Recorder
  • XAVC-I Up to 600 Mb/s
Broadcast camera.
  • POV-style Studio Camera
  • 2/3" 2.2MP 3CCD
  • 1920 x 1080
  • 1080i, 1080p, 720p
  • 24p Capture Option
  • 3D Support
  • 14-bit A/D Converter
  • HDC Control System & Functionality
Broadcast camera.
  • 4K image quality
  • digital haze clear
  • 4K output (3G x 4) + HD-SDI output
  • HD-IP streaming and IP control
Cinema camera.
  • compatible with DJI Inspire 2 only
  • super 35 sensor
  • 6K CinemaDNG
  • 5.2K Apple ProRes
  • 14 stops of dynamic range
  • 24 MP Stills
Cinema camera.
  • compatible with DJI Inspire 2 only
  • 5.2k raw
  • CMOS, 4/3" sensor
  • different lens options
  • Tilt: +30°to -90°, Pan: ±320°

Camera Accessories

3-channel lightweight FIZ.
  • Range is 1 Km
  • remote start stop, excellent for aerial work
Gold Standard 3-channel FIZ.
  • 500 ft range
  • remote start stop
  • not-suited for aerial work
Teredek Bolt Pro.
  • 3000 HD video downlink
  • 2000+ feet of range
21" Production monitors + small HD handheld monitors.
Innovativ camera carts.
Latest technology in stabilization.
  • capable of stabilizing 30 lbs of camera and lens package
  • supports some anamorphics, zooms and master primes
  • compatible with Aerobo Super X8 Only
Stabilizes 15 lbs of camera and lens package; supports Ultra Primes; Cooke s4s and Leicas; compatible with all Aerobo heavy lift drones.


Up to 150 mm supported on Ronin 2.
  • 16 high-speed prime lenses
  • 12-150 mm
  • high resolution + contrast
  • no distortion
  • reduced flare
Up to 75 mm supported on Ronin 2.
  • low distortion
  • bokeh with high contrast and focus fall-off
  • precise color rendition
  • oval out-of-focus highlights, with 15 aperture blades
  • large image field
  • large aperture of T1.9
  • no image breathing
  • no anamorphic mumps
Up to 100 mm supported on Ronin 2.
  • 4.1:1 maginfication ratio
  • close focus of 5.5" from front of lenses
  • T2.3 to T22 aperture
  • T2.6 to T22 - 65 mm MACRO
  • 2:1 oval bokeh
  • corrected for lateral and longitudinal abberations
Anamorphic Zoom lenses, include Long Range Anamorphic Zoom, Lightweight Compact Anamorphic Zoom, and Lightweight Compact Standard Anamorphic Zoom.
  • traditional 2x squeeze
  • unique "creamy and organic look" achieved via color rendering, contrast and resolution
  • constant T3 max aperture
  • minimal focus breathing
  • 114mm front diameter
15-40mm on Ronin 2.
  • covers S35 3-perf sensor size
  • 3x zoom range
  • f/1.9, T2.0 aperture
  • 2' minimum focus fistance
  • 0.8 gear teeth on Focus, Iris, and Zoom
Up to 150 mm supported on Ronin 2; up to 75 mm supported on Movi Pro.
  • optical design for excellent control of flare, distortion, and spherical aberration
  • true T2 aperture
  • cam-style focus with a large lens barrel diameter, for increased number of focus markings
  • focus scaling is made easy with large numerals on both sides of the focus barrel, when shooting under poor lighting conditions
Up to 135 mm supported on MOVI Pro.
  • high performance prime lenses (T.1.9)
  • focal length range 8-180mm
  • Ultra Prime 8R extreme wide angle lens
  • Ultra Prime 180 the best cinema telephoto prime
  • high quality close focus ability
Up to 100 mm supported on MOVI Pro.
  • T1.4 aperture
  • patented focusing mechanism, which expands the focus scale at critical range
  • small and compact size for more lightweight + maneuverable rigs
  • aspherical elements create a telecentric path of light

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