SKU: GC47-KB-MAGICARM-PRO

Kondor Blue Cine Magic Arm Pro

Kondor Blue Cine Magic Arm Pro

The Kondor Blue Cine Magic Arm Pro features a ball head extension rod for extra versatility and endless mounting options. It is an Articulating Friction arm (Israeli Arm) most commonly used to mount LCD Monitors, LED Lights, EVF Viewfinder, Microphones, Recorders, Flash, Wireless Transmitters, Go Pro Cameras, and beyond.

Featuring a 1/4"-20 screw at each end, the Cine Magic Arm with Double Ball Head can be used to mount an accessory on your camera rig at almost any angle. Compatible with a wide range of camera components such as monitors, small lights, or sound gear, both ball heads are secured using the single, large thumb lever.

Both ends of the arm feature a 1/4"-20 screw and tightening thumbwheel for easy accessory mounting. The ball ends can be swapped out for separately available ball heads with 3/8"-16 screws and ARRI locating pins, or a separately available Cine Magic Arm Extension Bar can be used to chain another magic arm.

Features:

Adjustable Ball Heads on Both Ends

1/4"-20 Mounting Screw at Each End

Large Thumbscrew to Secure Ball Heads

Regular price $243.20
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Kondor Blue Cine Magic Arm Pro

The Kondor Blue Cine Magic Arm Pro features a ball head extension rod for extra versatility and endless mounting options. It is an Articulating Friction arm (Israeli Arm) most commonly used to mount LCD Monitors, LED Lights, EVF Viewfinder, Microphones, Recorders, Flash, Wireless Transmitters, Go Pro Cameras, and beyond.

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