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The lightweight Orca OR-436 Hard-Shell Boompole Case utilizes thermoforming technology to provide high-level protection when storing and transporting an extra-large boompole on shoots and travels.
The OR-436 has an internal length of 50". It features a well-padded interior with two hook-and-loop fastener straps to hold the boompole securely in place. There are also two rubber straps located inside at the top, which can be used to grasp the boompole cable and/or connectors.
For easy portability, the case is outfitted with a detachable shoulder strap.
I really want this boompole case so bad, and I ...
I really want this boompole case so bad, and I know the measurement of the interior of this case is 50-inches.
The boom pole I'd like to fit in this is an Ambient QuickPole 5 with Coiled Mono Cable, Modular Outlet, and 3-Pin XLR Connector (17.5')
And it collapses about 51-inches.
Now the external of this case is about 51.6-inches.
My question is, if I force the boom pole I have in this case, would it fit in?
If not, do you have other cases that could fit more than a 51-inch pole?
Asked by: Dianey
No, the interior of, this Orca case is too small for the boompole and will not fit. You will need to use a case with a longer internal length such as the Alfa Case 47-55" Lockable BoomTube (B&H # AL10055BTLB) or Ambient Recording BC130 Boom Case for QX 5130 Boompole (B&H # AMBC130).