Manfrotto 042 Extension Arm with 013 Double Ended Spigot - 6"

BH #MA042 • MFR #042
Manfrotto 042 Extension Arm with 013 Double Ended Spigot - 6"
Key Features
  • Replaces #2906
This Manfrotto 042 Extension Arm is a 6" extension arm that plugs into the Super Clamp, and allows use of either the standard stud or a 5/8" diameter adapter. Ideal for hanging a light or a camera from a pole.
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Manfrotto 042 Overview

This Manfrotto 042 Extension Arm is a 6" extension arm that plugs into the Super Clamp, and allows use of either the standard stud or a 5/8" diameter adapter. Ideal for hanging a light or a camera from a pole.

Includes 013 Double Ended Spigot, with 3/8 and 1/4"-20 threaded tips
UPC: 719821288114

Manfrotto 042 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.44 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8 x 1.7 x 0.5"
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Asked by: Nelson
I went to Manfrotto's web site and requested their response to this question via their chat application. After consulting with their technical support staff, their answer was "Payload would be variable because it would depend on what it's mounted to. The arm goes into the 035 clamp, but what is the clamp on." The 042 is made from a substantial aluminum casting, so I would assume it could handle the full capacity of an 035, which is 15 Kg or 33 pounds. I clamped an 035 to the edge of a door with an attached 042, and hung a Manfrotto 15 pound counterweight from it without any sign of bending in the arm. I added a second 15 pound counterweight which did cause the arm to start bowing noticeably, so discontinued that test before allowing the full weight to hang freely. Based on that, I would not want to go over 15 pounds. If clamping to a light stand or other free-standing support, you would also need to be aware of the stability of the resulting assembly.
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