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Neewer Wall Mounting Boom Arm with Triangle Base for Photography Studio Video Strobe Light Monolight Softbox Umbrella Reflector, 180 Degree Rotation, Max Length 66.5 inches/169centimeters (Black)
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- Can be fixed on a solid wall, spare more space for you. Perfect for supporting studio lighting, soft umbrella and reflectors, etc
- Extendable Length: The aluminum boom arm is designed with adjustable length extending up to 66.5 inches/169centimeter
- Adjustable Positioning: 180 degree Rotation allows you to adjust its angle and height synchronously
- Solid Base: With triangle base design, giving it more stability. Comes with 4 pieces stud expansion screws, helping fix the wall mounting on the wall solidly
- Note: The monolight is NOT included. This kit must only be fixed to a solid wall
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Note: The monolight is NOT included. This kit must only be fixed to a solid wall
This wall mounting boom arm is perfect for supporting studio lighting soft umbrella and reflectors, etc.
It can be fixed on a solid wall, spare more space for you.
The boom arm can be rotated up to 180 degree, so you can adjust its angle and height synchronously.
Comes with 4 pieces expansion screws, helping mount the boom arm on the wall much solidly.
The triangle base design adds its stability.
Max Height: 66.5"/169cm
Material: Aluminum Alloy
1 x Wall Boom
4 x Expansion Screws
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Using it for a backlight high up. Previously I had the backlight on a normal light stand but I always had to be very careful that this wasn't in shot.
It's sturdy, and you can articulate it into any position.
The only thing that was a bit confusing was the expansion bolts as I'd never seen or used them before and there were no instructions, but I did a quick google and found out.
About to buy another one for my overhead camera rig instead of the C-Stand I'm currently using.
I have attached images as proof and frankly it is a shame as just perfect for what I needed.