Mount almost any production accessory anywhere with the Matthews Large NOGA Articulating Arm. When fully extended, this arm will reach 22 inches, and because it's able to hold up to 11 pounds, lights, modifiers, and even cameras themselves can be secured with a twist of the knob. Each end of the arm terminates in a 5/8" baby-pin, which will accept many standard lighting and grip accessories including clamps and stand adapters. On end the baby-pin has a 1/4"-20 threaded hole, and at the other end a 3/8"-16 threaded hole for additional accessory mounting options.
- Holds up to 11 Pounds
- 22" Extended Length
- 5/8" Pin on Each End
- 1/4"-20 & 3/8"-16 Threaded Holes
Matthews 350627 Overview
Matthews 350627 Specs
|Load Capacity||11 lb / 5 kg|
|Top Mount||1/4"-20 Female|
|Bottom Mount||3/8"-16 Female|
|Points of Articulation||3|
|Maximum Length||22" / 55.9 cm|
|Package Weight||2.435 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||12.1 x 4.4 x 3.15"|
Matthews 350627 Reviews
Durable and very well made
Excellent craftsmanship and design. Will be using it for a variety of tasks. Am looking forward to it's many uses
Not really what I hoped for
Just got my gear and all excited to try it out. The pins at the end come in pre-fixed position that cannot be altered, not by me anyway. No instructions how to possibly adjust them either. Waiting for the B&H team to suggest some tricks so I can use the product like the images I have seen suggest I should.
Small but mighty
I've tried other articulating arms but I only trust the Matthews brand with my expensive gear. These are very versatile and can hold lights and cameras in positions I cannot get my body into. Spend a little extra and get these, this is my second one. The first one is over 5 years old and still going strong.
i had other
as pro studio filmaker, i use a lot of magic arm. i used to buy the manfrotto but they became realy poor quality...and i find those the matthew seams to be realy strong realy well finish i wait about a year before wroting something about it to realy test them! of course i recomand those in stead of the manfrotto.
Better than a C-Stand
The headline might overstate it but the articulating arm is certainly more versatile and more portable than a C stand. I have a Tether Tools version and the Matthews NOGA version. Each has their place, but if I had to choose, I'd pick this Matthews arm. It's well made and will last for many years.
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