Rode Micro Boompole Pro Ultra-Lightweight Modular Boompole (7.2')

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Rode Micro Boompole Pro Ultra-Lightweight Modular Boompole (7.2')
Key Features
  • For the VideoMicro Microphone
  • Modular with 3 Sections
  • Lightweight
The Micro Boompole Pro from RODE is an ultra-lightweight modular boompole that extends to 7' and allows location sound engineers to capture audio in confined or difficult spaces. The pole has been optimized for use with the VideoMicro microphone (sold separately) and using a standard 3/8"-16 thread, these sections can also be used to extend the Boompole Pro to reach over 12' in length.
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Rode MICRO BOOMPOLE PRO Overview

The Micro Boompole Pro from RODE is an ultra-lightweight modular boompole that extends to 7' and allows location sound engineers to capture audio in confined or difficult spaces. The pole has been optimized for use with the VideoMicro microphone (sold separately) and using a standard 3/8"-16 thread, these sections can also be used to extend the Boompole Pro to reach over 12' in length.

UPC: 698813004379

Rode MICRO BOOMPOLE PRO Specs

Maximum Length7.2' / 2.2 m
Thread Type3/8"-16 Male
TopFixed
Included CablingNone
Number of Sections3
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.65 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)30.1 x 2.4 x 2.3"
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