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Auray Boom Pole Holder

Auray Boom Pole Holder
Key Features
  • Fits on C-Stands and Mic Stands
  • Holds Boom Pole In Fixed Position
  • Hands Free Operation
  • Coated To Protect Your Boompole
The Auray Boom Pole Holder is a durable holder for fixed position microphone recording. This clamp and mount system allows for hands free boompole mounting on C-stands and microphone stands.
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Auray BPH Overview

Auray BPH Specs

5.25 x 7.25 x 2.75" (133.35 x 184.15 x 69.85mm)
8.5 oz (240.98g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.675 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
9.4 x 6.7 x 0.3"

Auray BPH Reviews

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How does the Auray compare to the Neewer boompole ...

How does the Auray compare to the Neewer boompole holder?
Asked by: Alexander
The Auray seems to be more durable than the Neewer one. When I was adjusting the grip head for the boom pole that we were using the Neewer base (of the pole holder) sheared off. Neewer did send us a replacement though.
Answered by: Craig
Date published: 2022-07-17

What is the maximum diameter pole that this will ...

What is the maximum diameter pole that this will hold?
Asked by: Todd
I don't have it in front of me to measure, unfortunately, but it must be able to accomodate a fairly significantly wide pole because the one we have is easily 2" across and has plenty of wiggle room in both areas that make contact with the holder.
Answered by: Naor
Date published: 2022-07-17

C-stand knuckle

C-stand knuckle
Asked by: Shaun
This would require a knuckle to attach it to a c stand. Here's an option B&H # IMKCP200B.
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2022-07-17

Does this cradle fit securely & tightly in a grip ...

Does this cradle fit securely & tightly in a grip head? Or is it a hair smaller than the grip head hole? I'm asking because I currently own one that spins in the grip head hole.
Asked by: s
is depends on what type grip head you have, a good one would beThe Impact griphead from B&H that we sell it has multi size holes Link to Impact Grip head
Answered by: Raul
Date published: 2022-07-17


Can this mount to a light stand?
Asked by: Kyle K.
It's designed to go in the knuckle of a c stand
Answered by: Thomas B.
Date published: 2022-07-17


Whats the maximum weight this can handle? Was hoping to use with a monopod and FS5.
Asked by: tyler
I have found that my boom pole will sometimes swing around in the socket from the weight of the boom mic. I certainly would not trust this setup to an expensive camera. you might want to try something with mafer clamps for more security. don't forget sandbags!
Answered by: Terri L P.
Date published: 2019-02-17


Is there any way I could mount this onto a boom stand with a 5/8 male thread? Maybe an adapter? If anybody knows please let me know.
Asked by: ethan
Yes with a C stand Knuckle, something every cinematographer should have in the kit. Just make sure the boom pole and Mic don't get too front heavy, if so sandbag the stand to stabilize it. Better yet use a century stand rather than a lightweight light stand.
Answered by: Jay
Date published: 2022-07-17


Is the grip head in this kit smaller than a standard grip head that comes with a typical C Stand? I already have a C-Stand with grip head but am hoping this is smaller, so I can use it for travel with a travel light stand and sand bag counterweight.
Asked by: Sheldon
Hi Sheldon, I believe they are a standard size. Hope this helps :)
Answered by: NGOC L.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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