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Manfrotto 122B Adjustable Pole for Backlight Stand - 21 to 33.5" (53-85cm)

BH #MA122B • MFR #122B
Manfrotto 122B Adjustable Pole for Backlight Stand - 21 to 33.5" (53-85cm)
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Manfrotto 122B Overview

This is a Manfrotto Extension Pole for the base of the Backlight Stand. Use this two section black aluminum pole to raise almost any small lighting fixture from 21 to 33". Or, use it as a small portable boom for a video light or microphone (adapter optional).

This item replaces old catalog #3368.

UPC: 719821153924

Manfrotto 122B Specs

Length21 to 33.5" / 53 to 85 cm
Top Mount3/8"-16 Thread Male
5/8" Stud
Bottom Mount3/8"-16 Thread Male
5/8" Stud
Weight1 lb / 0.45 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.8 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)27 x 4.2 x 2.4"
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I'm looking at the Manfrotto 122B Adjustable Pole for Backlight Stand - 21 to 33.5 (53-85cm)Can you tell me more about the treading on the top end. Looks like 1/4 inch. Is that correct? Also the bottom end looks like a stud, if so, please tell me the size of the stud and the thread size of any threads on the bottom stud.Thank you,Ernie Winn
Asked by: Anonymous
Sorry I don't know the sizes of threads but I do know this is a great stand -- it comes in handy so many times for not only a backlight but when photographing still life and need the light to be low.
Answered by: LINDA H.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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