SKU: GC47-KB-MAGICARM-ARRI

Kondor Blue Cine Magic Arm 3/8" ARRI Version

Kondor Blue Cine Magic Arm 3/8" ARRI Version

This space grey Kondor Blue 5.5" Cine Magic Arm is a support arm for monitors, viewfinders, lights, mics, and other accessories. It features a ball head-mounted 3/8"-16 ARRI-style screw on each end. This durable aluminium arm can be used for mounting an accessory onto your camera cage, top handle, cheese plate, or another camera rig component.

Two-Ball Heads

The ball head on each end of the arm ends in a 3/8"-16 ARRI-style screw

Aluminium

Constructed of durable, aerospace-grade aluminium

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Kondor Blue Cine Magic Arm 3/8" ARRI Version

This space grey Kondor Blue 5.5" Cine Magic Arm is a support arm for monitors, viewfinders, lights, mics, and other accessories. It features a ball head-mounted 3/8"-16 ARRI-style screw on each end. This durable aluminium arm can be used for mounting an accessory onto your camera cage, top handle, cheese plate, or another camera rig component.

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