Remember the universal MotoCrane that took the internet by storm just a month ago? Well, it’s now officially available for pre-order at $39,500 for the launch package. And no, the price doesn’t include the Audi S4 showcased in the video below. If that doesn’t bother you too much, you should be overall positively impressed by the results you can get with MotoCrane. For those who are still not aware, the device is billed as the world’s first universal automotive camera crane system that can be mounted on virtually any vehicle in less than 30 minutes. The system should start shipping in July equipped with all the bells and whistles one may expect whereas the first demo units will be ready by the end of March.
For the price of $39,500, customers will get the complete MotoCrane system that includes the ATLIS Base, ARMA Boom, ACRO Head along with lens control motor, wireless monitor with suction mounts, iPad Mini and game vice controller, 12V adapter, universal strap harness, and custom transport cases. It’s also worth noting that the MotoCrane Launch package is backed by 2-Year Extended Warranty.
To secure your spot in line, however, you should deposit $5,000 that are 100% refundable until the product ships. The remaining balance regarding your order plus shipping will be paid when your unit is allocated in July. According to the manufacturer, sales and 2-year extended warranty terms will be disclosed in February 2017.
Furthermore, if you want to test out the MotoCrane before you place a pre-order, you’ll be able to do so at the MotoCrane’s headquarters in Minneapolis, MN. The company is also planning to extend invitations to anyone who would like a participate in a private demonstration. Meanwhile, here a couple of videos that include longer samples of footage showcasing the freedom and variety of moves that can be achieved with the system on the fly.
If you want to delve into the technical details or learn more about the device, head over to the MotoCrane’s official website or check out the comprehensive write-up we did on the topic here.