No matter what type of production you're planning, camera cranes from M3 Systems give you the smooth moves you're looking for.
Since 1994 M3 Systems has provided variable length camera cranes and experienced operators for film and video projects in hundreds of locations - from the swamps of Louisiana to the beaches of Belize. Soar high over the crowd or go in for the close-up in seconds with New Orleans' premier jib supplier.
Your first step is to email or call us about your project. We can give you a quote and also point you in the direction of your next steps. We do book up, so contact us soon so we can start the pre-production stages and help you get on the timeline you need.
The Jimmy Jib can handle almost all broadcast video cameras and film cameras weighing up to 50 pounds. M3 operators have experience flying many different camera models, including Sony, Thompson, Ikegami, Red, Arri and others.
Whether six or forty feet, we have multiple jibs with the length you will need for any production.
M3 can transport the versatile Jimmy Jib to your local production or ship it anywhere in the nation. The Jib arm, capable of expanding up to 40 feet in length, can be easily broken down and features quick set up for maximum flexibility on site.
With partner Jim Moriarty, Dave Landry is owner of M3 Systems, a camera support company established in 1994. Landry has been a jib operator on numerous productions, from nationally broadcast sporting events (ESPN, CBS, and NBC) and concerts (New Orleans Jazz and Heritage and Festival, Voodoo Fest) to reality series, including Joe Millionaire, The Simple Life, Temptation Island, The Real World (New Orleans, Key West, Denver), Great Food Truck Race, and Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, among others.
M3 offers the standard Jimmy Jib Triangle base, plus a custom 4-wheel base for stable tracking shots.
For 22 years jib operator Scott Combel has been wowing film and video producers with the creativity and skill he brings to the most demanding shoots. Whether its spiraling down a winding staircase at New Orleans' Gallier Hall or soaring over the massive crowds at New Orleans Voodoo Experience with a 40 foot jib arm, Scott never fails to provide a unique perspective on the action.