SKU: GC52-KPKCP101

KUPO KCP-101 Max Arm Heavy Duty Friction Arm With Adjustable Handle

KUPO KCP-101 Max Arm Heavy Duty Friction Arm With Adjustable Handle

The Kupo Max Arm is a heavy-duty friction arm that allows you to mount a DSLR or video camera, lighting unit, LCD monitor or almost any other accessory in just seconds. The Kupo Max Arm has two 16mm studs at each of its ends that are attached to ball joints, which allow full 360-degree rotation. Each of these ball joints also has a cutout section in the sleeve, which allows the stud to move through 90 degrees too. One stud is has a female 3/8" thread while the other has a female 1/4" thread. These sizes are industry standard in film, video and photography, ensuring you'll always be able to mount your accessories easily, without having to buy clumsy adaptors.

Along with the ball joints at each end, the KCP-101 Max Arm has a central elbow that rotates 360 degrees. This means you have almost infinite adjustability to make sure you can mount what you want, how you want when you want. Special, user-replaceable friction discs with anit-slip rosettes in the elbow will prevent unwanted movement and the large, adjustable handle will allow good leverage, slowly increasing the tension on all three joints at once meaning precise positioning is very easy.

Take a look at the video to see the Kupo Max Arm in action.

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KUPO KCP-101 Max Arm Heavy Duty Friction Arm With Adjustable Handle

The Kupo Max Arm is a heavy-duty friction arm that allows you to mount a DSLR or video camera, lighting unit, LCD monitor or almost any other accessory in just seconds. The Kupo Max Arm has two 16mm studs at each of its ends that are attached to ball joints, which allow full 360-degree rotation. Each of these ball joints also has a cutout section in the sleeve, which allows the stud to move through 90 degrees too. One stud is has a female 3/8" thread while the other has a female 1/4" thread. These sizes are industry standard in film, video and photography, ensuring you'll always be able to mount your accessories easily, without having to buy clumsy adaptors.

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