SKU: GC47-KB-MAGICARM-EXT

Kondor Blue Cine Magic Arm Extension Bar (Double Ball Head)

Kondor Blue Cine Magic Arm Extension Bar (Double Ball Head)

Extend your accessory magic arm mounts with this Cine Magic Arm Extension Bar with Double Ball Head from Kondor Blue. The durable metal bar features two ball heads on either end which connect to a magic arm with a ball head clamp, allowing your setup to be adjustable and flexible.

The centre of the bar features one 3/8"-16 and two 1/4"-20 accessory threads for mounting additional accessories. The ball head ends feature built-in rubber gaskets for a better grip within a socket.

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Kondor Blue Cine Magic Arm

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Kondor Blue Cine Magic Arm Extension Bar (Double Ball Head)

Extend your accessory magic arm mounts with this Cine Magic Arm Extension Bar with Double Ball Head from Kondor Blue. The durable metal bar features two ball heads on either end which connect to a magic arm with a ball head clamp, allowing your setup to be adjustable and flexible.

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