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K-Tek K-CAM99 Klassic Camera Pole

B&H # KTKCAM99 MFR # K-CAM99
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This item is usually Drop Shipped from the MFR/Distributor within 7-10 business days (subject to availability). Your order will be charged at the time of placing the order with the MFR. Item is non-cancelable and non-returnable.
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You Pay: $494.00
Product Highlights
  • Lightweight (1.28lb) Pole
  • Extends Camera up to 99"
  • Used for High-angle Shots
  • K-CAMBH Mini Ball Head
  • Thread Adapter (3/8 x 16" to 1/4 x 20")
  • K-Tek Captive-collet Locking System
  • 5 Telescoping Sections
  • Soft-touch Rubber Sleeves / Firm Grip

The K-Tek K-CAM99 Klassic Camera Pole is a lightweight (1.28lb) high-density camera pole for extending the height of a camera up to 99" for high-angle shots. It comes with the K-CAMBH Mini Ball Head and thread adapter from 3/8 x 16" to 1/4 x 20". The 5 telescoping sections in the pole are held in place securely using the K-Tek captive-collet locking system. Soft-touch rubber sleeves ensure that you get a firm grip on the pole.

Lightweight (1.28lb) high-density camera pole for extending the height of a camera up to 99" for high-angle shots
Minimum length - 31"
Comes with the K-CAMBH Mini Ball Head and thread adapter from 3/8 x 16" to 1/4 x 20"
K-Tek captive-collet locking system securely holds the pole's 5 telescoping sections
Soft-touch rubber sleeves ensure a firm grip on the pole
Material High-density, lightweight graphite
Locking Mechanism Proprietary "captive collet" locking system
Length 31-99" (79-251.5cm)
Sections 5
Camera Mount Comes with mini ball head adapter from 3/8 x 16" to 1/4 x 20"
Weight 1.3 lbs (0.6 kg)
K-Tek K-CAM99 Klassic Camera Pole
  • KCAMBH Cold Shoe with Mini Ball Head
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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