SKU: GC52-KPKCP636B

KUPO KCP-636B 3.6m Big Boom Arm With 4 Way Adjustment

KUPO KCP-636B 3.6m Big Boom Arm With 4 Way Adjustment

With 4 way control, the KCP-636B makes it easy and convenient to position your lighting fixtures in even the most difficult location.

The 1-1/8 "(28mm) junior receiver and 5/8" (16mm) baby receiver on the top of the aluminium telescopic column are provided for secure installation of any lighting fixtures attached with locking knobs. The length in the fully retracted state is 2.36m. Utilising the telescopic column, the length of the Big Boom can be increased to a maximum of 3.63m, which meets the requirements of almost any task faced. Saddlebag style counterweight bag attaches to the frame to increase stability.

Suggested mounting is on a catered wind upstand, in order to easily and conveniently provide the exact position of your lighting needs. All the rotary handles fold flat, and they are ready to use immediately with no further assembly required. The unique mechanical design makes it possible to neatly fold the boom, which provides convenience for both storage and transportation.

Features:

Big Boom telescopic column increase to 3.6m

The maximum load at full extension is 6kg

2 section unit

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KUPO KCP-636B 3.6m Big Boom Arm With 4 Way Adjustment

With 4 way control, the KCP-636B makes it easy and convenient to position your lighting fixtures in even the most difficult location.

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