Telescopic camera crane with NEWTON stabilized head for TV broadcast
Newton stabilized head on telescopic camera crane at TV broadcast

Telescopic Camera crane

NEWTON stabilized head

NEWTON ON camera crane

key features - NEWTON stabilized remote head
  • 3-axis stabilization and control even during straight look down.
  • Lightweight, enabling the use of lightweight cranes or less counterweights.
  • Compact, enables more movement and less obtrusive on live events.
  • Optional pan-follow for easier tracking.
About NEWTON ON telescopic camera crane

The NEWTON stabilized head is most popular on bigger telescopic camera cranes where the telescoping creates vibrations but it is also becoming popular on small jibs and cranes where the operator want more aggressive movement. For example, NEWTON is seen on Technocrane 22 and Moviebird 52 telescopic camera cranes but also on scissor jibs like the Korean X-jib.

Since the NEWTON stabilized remote head is lightweight, approx 13 kg with camera package, it demands less counterweights on long cranes and this makes the camera crane much easier to move. Our customers have for example praised the fact that NEWTON enables the removal of 100 kg of counterweights, making the crane much faster to swing by only 1 person, and this opens up for smooth but intriguing moving shots during live broadcast. The reduced weight is also very practical when transporting the crane to different locations.

The NEWTON gimbal is only 40 cm high and its small footprint makes it less obtrusive on the broadcast set among performers and an audience. The compact design enables it to be less in the way for other TV cameras but also makes it feel like less of a threat to an audience underneath the crane. The small form factor also allows the camera to travel more vertically and reach closer to the ceiling of an indoor studio.

NEWTON C2 controller

The NEWTON C2 controller is made for smooth control of camera and lens on the NEWTON stabilized remote heads. On telescopic cranes many camera operators prefer lens control through joystick, and the C2 controller also features the option for zoom rocker and focus wheel. With high customizability and intuitive control feel, the NEWTON C2 is praised among broadcast operators, controlling cameras and ENG lenses on telescopic camera cranes.

Telescopic camera cranes

We sell NEWTON S2 with various camera cranes
Newton stabilized remote head on telescopic crane in live TV
NEWTON C2 remote controller for live TV broadcast with moving cameras on stabilized remote heads

Cranes on set

The NEWTON stabilized head is now a standard feature on our telescopic camera cranes. NEWTON is so much lighter than our other stabilized heads and with it I can remove at least 100 kg counterweights from my Moviebird 52 crane. Since it’s small we can also get the camera higher up, which is great, especially indoors.

Tossief Jafri, Owner Operator, Empire Media Norway

Want a camera crane?

We sell NEWTON S2 stabilized remote heads for your existing telescopic camera cranes but also complete systems with various partners. We can also direct you to our customers if you would like to rent.

Let us help you with Integration

We have over the years gained a lot of experience of integration of complete moving camera solutions, from camera to broadcast facilities. Let us guide you through the purchase of reliable converters, cables and other equipment.

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Telescopic camera crane with NEWTON stabilized remote head at live TV broadcast

Slim footprint for the audience behind the telescopic camera crane.

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