Avenger D520L 40" Extension Arm (Chrome-plated)

BH #AVD520L • MFR #D520L
Avenger
Avenger D520L 40" Extension Arm (Chrome-plated)
Key Features
  • Chrome-plated Steel and Aluminum Alloy
  • Permanently Attached Grip Head
The Avenger D520L 40" Extension Arm is usually used in conjunction with a stand mounted grip head to gain reach and articulation via the arm's built-in grip head. This chrome-plated steel arm can hold a small light head, flag, or reflector.
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Avenger D520L Overview

The Avenger D520L 40" Extension Arm is usually used in conjunction with a stand mounted grip head to gain reach and articulation via the arm's built-in grip head. This chrome-plated steel arm can hold a small light head, flag, or reflector.

UPC: 719821257318

Avenger D520L Specs

Construction MaterialAluminum, Steel
Length40" / 102 cm (Arm)
Width2.5" / 6.35 cm (Grip)
Weight3.53 lb / 1.6 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.3 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)43.5 x 6 x 5"
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is the attached grip stationary and will this ...

is the attached grip stationary and will this grip attach to a Manfrotto light stand for an overhead rig?
Asked by: Darlene
The grip head is fixed. In some cases and with other accessories you can use this for a overhead rig. You will want to make sure the particular stand has the load capacity for it.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2020-03-18

is there a flat side at the point where you'd ...

is there a flat side at the point where you'd attach a light strobe to it when you put it at an awkward angle?
Asked by: Ayodimeji
No flat side but not a problem, use it with a Grip Head and nothing will slip. I've hung several things on mine without any crashes.
Answered by: Chuck
Date published: 2020-11-06

What is the maximum load the arm can hold?

What is the maximum load the arm can hold?
Asked by: peter
The 40" arm load is limited by how much the stand it is mounted on can hold. You will want to make sure the attachments, counterweight and arm weight less than the stands load limit.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2020-06-24
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