Avenger F830 Baby to Junior Swivel Pin

Avenger F830 Baby to Junior Swivel Pin

Avenger F830 Baby to Junior Swivel Pin

B&H # AVF830 MFR # F830
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Product Highlights

  • Zinc-Plated Steel Construction
  • 5/8" Receiver, 5/8" Pin
  • Large T-Handle

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This Avenger F830 Junior to Baby Swivel Pin adds articulation to your stand or boom. One end slips onto a male 5/8" pin while the other supports a light or accessory with a 5/8" receiver. The ball joint allows 180° swivel of the fixture, while the large handle provides secure locking in the chosen position. The barrel at the receiver end measures 1 1/8". Removing the tightening knob from it allows you to drop it into a 1 1/8" receiver.

UPC: 719821115410
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Avenger F830 Baby to Junior Swivel Pin
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Mounting 1-1/8" / 28 mm Stud, 5/8" / 16 mm Receiver (Connector 1)
    5/8" / 16 mm Stud (Connector 2)
    Load Capacity 28.7 lb / 13 kg
    Material Steel
    Weight 1.54 lb / 0.7 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.9 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.5 x 7.4 x 3.0"
    F830 Baby to Junior Swivel Pin is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 25.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Monster swivel! Finding a swivel with a spigot isn't as easy as it seems. Got the F830 knowing it was overkill for the lighting I tend to use; have ended up using it for so much more because this thing is strong. Perfectly confident using the F830 as the joint for a fixed camera platform. Originally had thought I received a defective product because the spigot spun when the ball was locked off. But with a quick response from the staff here at B&H telling me this should not be so, I got out an allen key and pipe wrench and tightened it all up. Though it's heavy (1.6lbs) I will be getting a couple more...
    Date published: 2013-11-26
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice Piece of Grip But.... I've never used this type of item before and am not an expert on grip. That said, I got it for its ability to hang my Mola Setti upside down. While I can, no matter how tight I try to make it, it slips. That is a drawback to it.
    Date published: 2014-03-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid and perfect for the task! I HATE shooting my subjects with an overhead light with the light stand in my face. So, I bought the avenger d600 mini-boom arm (also solid and perfect for the job). Now that I had mounted my boom arm, the screw grip on my light wasn't strong enough to prevent the weight of my light modifier from pulling my light directly toward the ground. I had purchased the baby swivel pin to attach to my boom so my light could fix upside down. This baby swivel enables me to support my light in any direction I please. My problems aren't all solved yet.. The mini boom, baby swivel, and my einstein light with 60 soft box are so heavy that they bent my light stand where it holds the stud. Looks like I'm gonna be purchasing an avenger light stand to go with it all. They certainly have their marketing tactics down. Though Im sold otherwise because of the shear strength and solidity of avenger products. They've never let me down... Just my light stand.
    Date published: 2013-04-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stronger than many need, great quality It is heavy but the machining feels good (if a little stiff on the ball, could wear in with time, but with gear mounted it's actually helps for things to not flop all over when loosened), everything is extremely solid and well beveled, there's a small spring in the spigot lock which shows thought to quality to me.I bought this for some custom lights I've built, oddly it's actually heavier than the lights themselves, but I feel it could hold up a rack of lights if I wanted, so I'll take it. The pin and receiver are both very long, much more than anything I need or have parts that will take advantage of this, but again this is a product of excess meant to handle larger loads. Only complaint (more of a strange thing to notice) was the box, it was too large for the box, I ordered 4 of these and each one was mostly in the box with over an inch of the pin broken thru the box hanging out. Since all 4 were shipped in a BH box with bubble packing it arrived undamaged, but just thought I'd mention it.
    Date published: 2012-12-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing I use this with a super clamp to better control the orientation of a strobe. Build quality is amazing. It has that feel that you get from well engineered products. Very sturdy, large easy to grip controls. When tightened, this is not going to move on you.
    Date published: 2009-05-27
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Bit overkil size, not strong! The unit is very large in size and the pin groove is too long to take most mounts. They slant a bit cranked down. Even after tightening I can still rotate it with my bare hands.
    Date published: 2011-08-04
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice Product For The Most Part Chrome steel = quality craftsmanship! Absolutely no question about that. The only issue is that the slightly longer 5/8 male swivel pin doesn't fit any of my Lowel lights. So thecreatorshandphotography.ca (other reviewer) is correct in that you won't get a firm mount with certain lights. I can get around it by using it seperately or in conjunction with an Impact Umbrella Bracket with Adjustable Shoe for my lights. BUt it kinda defeats the purpose of having the swivel somewhat.
    Date published: 2012-03-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid Heavy and solid, it feels like it will hold anything. You can position it any direction you want.
    Date published: 2010-04-27
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