Manfrotto 025BSL Super Boom ONLY, Black - 8.8' (2.7 m)

BH #MA025BSL • MFR #025BSL
Manfrotto 025BSL Super Boom ONLY, Black - 8.8' (2.7 m)
Key Features
  • Pivoting Clamp, Counterweight
  • 3/8" Rapid Adapter, Cable Clips
The Manfrotto Black Super Boom features coaxial geared controls at the end of the boom, which permits movement a full 180°. It extends to 8.8' (2.7 m).

This item replaces old catalog #3391 (BO3091B). It is a boom only. To order this item with a matching stand, click here.

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Manfrotto 025BSL Overview

The Manfrotto Black Super Boom features coaxial geared controls at the end of the boom, which permits movement a full 180°. It extends to 8.8' (2.7 m).

This item replaces old catalog #3391 (BO3091B). It is a boom only. To order this item with a matching stand, click here.

Dual cranks provide remote control over fixture pan and tilt
Aluminum construction with black anodized finish
Pivot clamp adapts to Junior (1-1/8") or Baby (5/8") top stands
Removable rapid adapter has a 3/8" threaded tip
UPC: 719821288053

Manfrotto 025BSL Specs

Item TypeBoom Arm (for Stand)
Load Capacity11 lb / 5 kg, at Maximum Extension
Number of Sections1
LengthUp to 8.8' / 2.7 m
Mount (to Light/Accessory)5/8" Stud
Mount (to Stand)Clamp with 5/8" Receiver / 1-1/8" Stud
Included Adapter1 x 5/8" Receiver to 3/8-16" Male
Weight23.8 lb / 10.8 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight41.9 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)107 x 7 x 7"
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question

Specs state that this boom extends to 8.8''. What is the minimum or closed length?
Asked by: randy b.
Not sure exactly but around or smaller than 40 I guess as it fits in with my case with 40 c-stands and arms.
Answered by: Chris M.
Date published: 2019-02-02

question

Does this come with a lead counter weight? How heavy?
Asked by: Warren R.
Yes, it comes with a substantial weight, heavy enough to offset a large light head on the end of the boom. 15lbs I believe
Answered by: tim r.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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