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RODE Mini Boompole (6.7')

BH #ROMBP • MFR #MINI BOOMPOLE
RODE Mini Boompole (6.7')
Key Features
  • Compact and Lightweight Boompole
  • Measures 2.8 to 6.7'
The RODE Mini Boompole is a compact, lightweight solution to ENG and field recording applications that do not require a long boompole. The Mini Boompole features a fully extended length of 6.7' and 2.8' when contracted. The 3/8"-16 screw easily attaches to compatible microphone mounts, such as the Rode SM3, SM4, and SM5 shockmounts.
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RODE MINI BOOMPOLE Overview

By B&H Photo's

The RODE Mini Boompole is a compact, lightweight solution to ENG and field recording applications that do not require a long boompole. The Mini Boompole features a fully extended length of 6.7' and 2.8' when contracted. The 3/8"-16 screw easily attaches to compatible microphone mounts, such as the Rode SM3, SM4, and SM5 shockmounts.

UPC: 698813000876

RODE MINI BOOMPOLE Specs

Maximum Length
6.7' / 205 cm
Minimum Length
2.8' / 84 cm
Material
Aluminum
Thread Type
3/8"-16 Male
Top
Fixed
Weight
1.3 lb / 590 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight
1.75 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
34 x 1.5 x 1.5"

RODE MINI BOOMPOLE Reviews

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question

will this have an internal cable? can it carry a blimp with ntg2
Asked by: Nachiketh
This boom pole does not have an internal cable. It comes with a 3/8 of an inch boom pole thread that will be able to support a shock mount or a blimp with that same thread. 3/8 of an inch is a standard size when dealing with shotgun style microphones.
Answered by: Andrea O.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Do the sections on it lock?
Asked by: Blaire B.
Yup. Super lightweight, pretty sturdy. The locking joints get a little stuck at times, but for the price, it works.
Answered by: DAN Z.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

Will this boompole receive and conceal a long cord needed to connect mic to camera? Or do you have to find some other way to keep the cord out of the way?
Asked by: Anonymous
It doesn't conceal. You could try using gaffer tape to keep it out of the way. I generally just hold it together with my hands even though that's not ideal.
Answered by: Sean B.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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