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Matthews Junior Boom (5.6-10')

BH #MABJM • MFR #427803
Matthews
Matthews Junior Boom (5.6-10')
Key Features
  • Junior (1-1/8") Mount
The Matthews Junior Boom is largest and heaviest duty boom currently made by MSE. It measures 68" when collapsed, and extends to 10' (3.3 m). It has a Junior (1-1/8") mount and a 5/8" stud. A 25 lb counterweight is attached.
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$424.00
$71/mo. suggested payments for 6 Mos.
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Can i use it with the stand (Matthews MINIVATOR ...

Can i use it with the stand (Matthews MINIVATOR II)?
Asked by: Ramiro
Certainly
Answered by: Matthews Expert
Date published: 2020-09-09

A review mentions using the boom to attach a DSLR ...

A review mentions using the boom to attach a DSLR for overhead photos. What adapter is used to attach a camera?
Asked by: Jeff
The Matthews Baby Ballhead Adapter, Part Number # 415173, will thread into the bottom of a ball head allowing it to mount onto the end of the Boom Arm. If you also need a Ball Head both the BH20 and BH30 are wonderful options.
Answered by: Matthews Expert
Date published: 2020-07-01

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Is it a 5/8 baby pin for the light stand connection?
Asked by: Stephen D.
Nope. That is the pin on the front of the boom that you can mount a light on. This boom has a male mount and typically is used on a medium roller.
Answered by: Ryan K.
Date published: 2018-08-27

The Matthews MINIVATOR II 142 will fit in this ...

The Matthews MINIVATOR II 142 will fit in this one?
Asked by: Ramiro
Yes it will. The Junior Boom will mount into any Junior Reciever.
Answered by: Matthews Expert
Date published: 2020-09-09

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What are some recommended studio stands for this boom?
Asked by: Jason
The Junior Boom is works best with either Junior or Senior stand if you are using a large light box you may want to go with a senior stand that has a wider base than a Junior.
Answered by: Matthews Expert
Date published: 2018-08-27

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What is the max weight it can hold?
Asked by: ryan p.
The boom is extremely solid and heavy. I'd easily trust a 2k on the end of it if you have the right stand and proper sand bags. It's a beast!
Answered by: Rebecca J.
Date published: 2021-09-22

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Could this hold an ARRI Skypanel?
Asked by: Nicholas C.
The Jr boom has a weight limit of 25lb so you would have to select the light that would match.
Answered by: Matthews Expert
Date published: 2018-08-27
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