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Marshall Electronics 11" Articulating Locking Arm

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Marshall Electronics 11" Articulating Locking Arm
Key Features
  • Extends up to 11"
  • Central Locking Knob
  • 1/4"-20 Female and Shoe-Mount Adapters
Mount a camera, a monitor, or any other 1/4"-20-compatible accessory at nearly any angle with the 11" Marshall Electronics Articulating Locking Arm. Once you have your accessory positioned where you want it, twist the central lock knob to secure the arm's joints and hold it fast. Both ends of the arm terminate in 1/4"-20 threads, but using the included 1/4"-20 female and shoe-mount adapters, other mounting options are made available.
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$52.95
Arm Length
7"
11"

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Marshall Electronics Not Applicable Not Appli... Overview

Mount a camera, a monitor, or any other 1/4"-20-compatible accessory at nearly any angle with the 11" Marshall Electronics Articulating Locking Arm. Once you have your accessory positioned where you want it, twist the central lock knob to secure the arm's joints and hold it fast. Both ends of the arm terminate in 1/4"-20 threads, but using the included 1/4"-20 female and shoe-mount adapters, other mounting options are made available.

UPC: 801813175974

Marshall Electronics Not Applicable Not Appli... Specs

Length11" (27.9 cm)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.535 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.85 x 2.85 x 1.55"

Marshall Electronics Not Applicable Not Appli... Reviews

Works Perfect

By Brian
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-08-01

Works perfectly

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Asked by: Chris W.
This arm does not work well. We are using it with a tiny camera and it is difficult to get it into position. It does not lock into position well. To answer your question, we have very little weight and I worry it will fall out of position at some point. Fortunately we are able to not touch that camera now that it is set up.
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Date published: 2018-08-26
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