The Impact BHE-104 Camera Platform for Flex Arm supports lightweight cameras when used on equipment such as the Impact Flex Arm or a similar accessory. The platform features a captive, sliding 1/4"-20 camera screw and a nonslip surface. There are two 5/8" receivers for the arm or a stud.
- For Lightweight Cameras
- 1/4"-20 Camera Screw
- Dual 5/8" Receivers
Impact BHE-104 Overview
Impact BHE-104 Specs
|Package Weight||0.37 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||6.55 x 3.9 x 1.85"|
Impact BHE-104 Reviews
Used these to allow more movement of my LED light panels. Paired with some super clamps and grip heads. Loving the set up!
It's pretty straightforward
I definitely wouldn't trust this to hold up my BMPCC rig, but it probably wouldn't have trouble with a smaller dslr.
Versatile and solid
I purchased this unit, together with an Impact Super Clamp, to support my Dell Ultrasharp Webcam. Depending on the web session I am in, I can either raise or lower the webcam as needed. I am pleased with the purchase.
Ideal mount for camera
I'm using these on the end of adjustable arms, to hold Ring cameras in place for use in warehouse packing stations. The 1/4 screw is compatible with the Ring cameras and hold the camera completely steady.
Versatile arm with full locking hinges
The hinges require a half turn to fully lock and stay in place completely.
Solid camera mount
I use these for mounting my remote cameras with either the Manfrotto Magic arm or a Superclamp.
small sets very helpful
These are pretty handy for holding small led lights and reflectors on small sets and all get even better after some use to loosen them up a bit.
Useful, but limited
I needed my camera to be closer to me, and I needed it to be floating above my desk space. This does ok. Pros: Holds weight of dslr and wires well. Can extend nearly 3 feet. Has good range of motion in 2 axis(x and y). Cons: You can only rotate the whole arm(x axis), at the clamp and are limited to 6 positions (The hole is hexagonal). Also rotating the entire arm(z axis), requires adjusting the clamp. Finally, the camera mount has no tilt adjustment. If you want to angle the camera down (between 0-90 degrees) , you either need to have the entire arm facing the direction you want the camera to face, or you need to buy an additional ball joint or mount head. (Unless you want it facing directly down, 90 degrees is possible by adjusting the final lock on arm) I couldve probly figured out about the mount not tilting if I dug deep enough, but this one point really made this limited for me until I can find a good fluid head for this.
YOUR RECENTLY VIEWED ITEMS