There are many different Technocrane sizes available from 15 to 100 feet .

The camera is mounted on the remote head on the end of the crane and is moved by a camera operator at a control desk. The Technocrane can telescope at different speeds controlled by the operator. It allows camera moves that cannot be achieved using a jib arm and dolly, and the telescoping can be used to compensate for the camera moving in an arc.

Please feel free to call or email if you questions about this equipment.
Chris Rhodes (310) 850-0710 | Email:


example diagram: TechnoCrane 50


Other Notes:

-17ft Technocrane
the base is 4ft 6in, the bucket is 6ft 6in.
12 feet of telescoping

-24ft Technocrane
the base is 4ft 8in, the bucket is 8ft 2in.
18 feet of telescoping

-30ft Technocrane
the base is 5ft, bucket is 8ft 2in
23 ft of telescoping

-50ft Technocrane
the base is 5ft, bucket is 8ft 2in
32ft of telescoping

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Technocrane’s new Supertechno 100 crane made its debut recently on the back lot of London-based Pinewood Studios for the new James Bond movie Skyfall.

The Supertechno 100 enabled the camera to shoot over an area the size of a football field for a wide overhead night scene, with Bond, (Daniel Craig) gliding by in a boat.

The crane was provided by Panavision Europe and supported by technicians from Technocrane.

The Supertechno 100, which has 100-foot reach, was chosen by the production because it was the only camera crane that was capable of achieving the height and reach needed to achieve the required shots.

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