Avenger A4050CS 16.4' Steel Boom Stand 50 (Chrome-plated)

BH #AVA4050CS • MFR #A4050CS
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Avenger A4050CS 16.4' Steel Boom Stand 50 (Chrome-plated)
Key Features
  • Chrome-plated Steel Construction
  • Converts to Boom
  • Leveling Leg
  • Three Risers
The Avenger A4050CS 16.4' Steel Boom Stand 50 is a heavy duty, chrome-plated steel support that can be used traditionally as a light stand, or converted to a boom via a pivot in the first riser. The A4050CS also features a leveling leg for rough or uneven terrain. An optional counterweight is strongly recommended when using the stand in boom mode.
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Avenger Boom Stand 50 Overview

The Avenger A4050CS 16.4' Steel Boom Stand 50 is a heavy duty, chrome-plated steel support that can be used traditionally as a light stand, or converted to a boom via a pivot in the first riser. The A4050CS also features a leveling leg for rough or uneven terrain. An optional counterweight is strongly recommended when using the stand in boom mode.

UPC: 719821170488

Avenger Boom Stand 50 Specs

Stand Type1 x Convertible Boom Stand with Combo/Universal Head
Maximum Working Height16.4' / 5 m
Minimum Working Height6.2' / 1.9 m
Load Capacity17.6 lb / 8 kg, with Boom Arm
66.14 lb / 30 kg, with Boom Arm in Vertical Position
Collapsed Height5.4' / 1.6 m
Mounting
Arm Mount (to Light/Accessory)5/8" Stud, 1-1/8" Receiver
Features
Accepts Second RiserNo
WheelsOptional
Air CushionedNo
Leveling LegYes
General
Arm Length61 to 104.7" / 155 to 266 cm
Column Diameter1.78" / 45 mm
1.57" / 40 mm
1.38" / 35 mm
1.2" / 30 mm
Number of Sections4
Footprint Diameter4.4' / 1.35 m
Leg ShapeRectangular
FinishChrome
MaterialSteel
Weight33.07 lb / 15 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight36 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)65 x 7.5 x 7.3"
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