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Kupo Sliding Arm With Baby Pin 16mm / 5’8″

$70.00

In stock (can be backordered)

SKU: KS-190 Categories: , , , ,
Description

Sliding Arm With Baby Pin

The spring-loaded sliding arm comes with a 5/8’’ baby stud which allows mounting of a light that can be glided into position easily with only one hand. Designed to fit onto the Kupo 390M steel column stand or any column of 35mm diameter.

Specification
– For Tube: 35mm
– Finish: Black Powder Coated
– Loading Weight: 8kg
– Weight: 850g
– Stand Top: 16mm Receiver With 16mm Steel Double Stud
– Material: Aluminum Die Casting

sliding arm only stand is for visual representation 

Kupo is distributed in Australia by Micks Gripping P/L

Additional information
Weight 3 kg
Dimensions 30 × 20 × 10 cm
Brand

Brand

Kupo

Leader in professional lighting and grip equipment for the photo, video and cine market. The success of Kupo Grip is a result of the commitment to those who work behind the scenes in motion pictures, television and photography. 
Offering numerous patented products including: Quick Release and locking C-Stands, Multi Direction easy storage Click Stands, Auto Self-Locking Wind-Up Stands, Lever Lock and Release Devices, Anti-Slip Rosettes Friction Discs, for Max Arms, and Quick-Action Telescopic Hangers.
All Kupo products are painstakingly manufactured so you can count on their incredible strength and durability in the harshest of environments. They are so durable that they have created a history of their own through their many years of service. The reliability of our products is accredited with certificates from TUV-GS, CE, UL and CUL for several electrical products and our popular Wind-up stand, Clamps, Couplers and safety wire.
Kupo is distributed in Australia by Mick's Gripping P/L
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