E-Image EI-A07 Clamp with EI-A05 Stand Adapter

BH #EIA07 • MFR #EI-A07
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E-Image EI-A07 Clamp with EI-A05 Stand Adapter
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 6.6 lb
  • Weight: 12.5 oz
  • Clamps up to 1.6" Diameter
  • 5/8" Male & Female Stand Adapters
The EI-A07 Clamp with EI-A05 Stand Adapter from E-Image is a spring-loaded lighting clamp which features multiple mounting points and adapters - making it an ideal match for tripods, lightstands, and poles. Equipped with both male and female 5/8" adapters and a clamp able to hold objects up to 1.6" in diameter, the EI-A07 serves as a handy grip tool for rigging gobos, reflectors, or related light modifiers.
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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.

E-Image EI-A07 Clamp with EI-A05 Stand Adapter

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E-Image EI-A07 Overview

The EI-A07 Clamp with EI-A05 Stand Adapter from E-Image is a spring-loaded lighting clamp which features multiple mounting points and adapters - making it an ideal match for tripods, lightstands, and poles. Equipped with both male and female 5/8" adapters and a clamp able to hold objects up to 1.6" in diameter, the EI-A07 serves as a handy grip tool for rigging gobos, reflectors, or related light modifiers.

The included EI-A05 ball head features a 1/4"-20 thread to provide support for monitors, lights, flashes and small cameras which do not exceed the maximum load capacity of 6.6 lb. Additionally, it's all metal construction and 12.5 oz weight make this clamp a durable and invaluable part of any grip kit.

UPC: 847983010745

E-Image EI-A07 Specs

Clamp TypeSpring
Jaw ShapeFlat
Jaw Opening1.6 " / 40.6  mm
Load Capacity6.6 lb / 3.0 kg
MaterialMetal
Dimensions (W x H x D)6.5 x 3.75 x 3.5" / 165 x 95 x 90 mm
Weight12.5 oz / 335.0 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.9 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.535 x 3.622 x 3.622"
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