Arkay 6JRCW Mono Stand Jr with Counter Weight (6')

BH #AR6JRCW • MFR #605138
Arkay
Arkay 6JRCW Mono Stand Jr with Counter Weight (6')
Key Features
  • 4" Locking Wheels
  • Support Arm
The Regal/Arkay 6JRCW Monostand is an economical and reliable 6' camera stand. The Mono-Stand Jr. is best suited for the studio, but may also be used for location work. It is suitable for cameras up to 4x5" and features an automatic brake lock, large casters and effortless motion.
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Arkay 6JRCW Overview

The Regal/Arkay 6JRCW Monostand is an economical and reliable 6' camera stand. The Mono-Stand Jr. is best suited for the studio, but may also be used for location work. It is suitable for cameras up to 4x5" and features an automatic brake lock, large casters and effortless motion.

This model features a 15 lb counterweight for even smoother operation. For location work, consider #R6JR6, without the counterweight. Order an adapter post and camera head separately.

Easy adjustment from almost ground level to 6'
Disassembles in minutes

Arkay 6JRCW Specs

Height1.25 to 6' / 0.4 to 1.8 m (Working)
Arm14.62" / 37.1 cm
Attachment Screw1/4"-20, 3/8"-16
Base TypeWheeled
Weight85 lb / 38.6 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight59.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)28 x 27.9 x 8.3"
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question

Have detail photos? A pdf manual?
Asked by: Fernando B.
I have plenty of images and or PDF's of this equipment in use. I have purchased and installed 4 of the 8 ft. and 3 of the 6 ft. models over the last 7 years.
Answered by: David K.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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How long is the support arm and what kind of adaptor post do I need?
Asked by: Mark L.
This is the adaptor post. <a href= http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/660321-REG/Manfrotto_496RC2_496RC2_Compact_Ball_Head.html target= _blank >http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/660321-REG/Manfrotto_496RC2_496RC2_Compact_Ball_Head.html</a>I will measure the length of the support arm when I get home on Sunday.I love my mono stand ! It is perfect for food photography.
Answered by: Cindy F.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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I have an old Arkay camera stand like this and need to replace it. Can someone tell me how you raise and lower the camera/arm during a shoot? My current Arkay has a release-type grip for quick raising and lowering, so I'm wanting to replace it with a similar, quick camera stand. Will this stand work just as nice?
Asked by: Anonymous
The 6JRCW has a locking lever that you push down to lock the arm in place and lift up on to move the arm up and down. At least thats how its designed to work. On the copy I received, there was a gap between the metal locking arm and the metal pole. Making the locking arm useless. I wanted to return the 6JRCW, but I found that sticking a plastic peel and stick hook and loop pad onto the locking arm fixed the problem. The plastic acts like a break pad between the locking arm and the pole. After about a year of use, the plastic wore thin and I needed to add another pice of plastic peel and stick hook and loop to the locking arm, and that fixed the problem again.The other problem I had with the 6JRCW out of the box was there is a wooden plug that goes into the foot plate that acts as a stopper to block the counter weight from falling through to the floor. This plug was too large to fit into the foot plate and needed to be sanded down to size to make it fit.Over all, after the modifications I made, the 6JRCW is working great, but Im not sure I would buy it again. I may have just received a bad copy.
Answered by: Tim D.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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