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E-Image 4-Section Telescoping Carbon Fiber Microphone Boompole (8.5')

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E-Image 4-Section Telescoping Carbon Fiber Microphone Boompole (8.5')
Key Features
  • Telescoping Microphone Boompole
  • 4-Section, Carbon Fiber Pole
  • Extends from 30 to 102"
  • 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 Mounts
The 8.5' 4-Section Telescoping Carbon Fiber Microphone Boompole from E-Image is an extendable boompole designed to offer stable and versatile microphone positioning for boom operators on set and in field recording.
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What exactly does built in cable raceway mean? Is there a female or male XLR connection at the bottom of the pole?
Asked by: Jasmine B.
Thank you for your email. the "raceway" is a channel in the pole that guides the cable to the end of the pole for easy management. This pole does not have a built in XLR connection or cable
Answered by: Anthony
Date published: 2019-09-23

The BC12 raceway is not wide enough to fit a ...

The BC12 raceway is not wide enough to fit a standard XLR cable. Design flaw or is there a solution for this?
Asked by: Tim
Some customers have reported that the cable raceway on the E-Image 4-Section Telescoping Carbon Fiber Microphone Boompole does have a very narrow at the top of the pole. One customer mentioned having filed it to make it wider. You will need to use a cable that has a narrow profile to fit the raceway. Ambient Recording does offer slim XLR cables specifically for internal use with boompoles.
Answered by: Lisa S
Date published: 2023-10-30

What is the diameter of the pole?

What is the diameter of the pole?
Asked by: Ian
About 3.8 cm (1.5 in) at the widest point. It fits nicely in my hands, which are average size.
Answered by: Caleb
Date published: 2021-05-15

Can this boom be adapted to support 8lbs lighting ...

Can this boom be adapted to support 8lbs lighting gear (monolight, 3' octa softbox+grid) 5/8 end spigot? Max horizontal load?
Asked by: Adam
No, the E-Image Telescoping Carbon Fiber Microphone Boompole is not able to support an 8 lb. load of lighting gear.
Answered by: Lisa S
Date published: 2024-01-22
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