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Impact Combo Boom Stand (12.95')

BH #IMLSCB6 • MFR #LS-CB6
Impact
Impact Combo Boom Stand (12.95')
Key Features
  • Convertible Boom Stand
  • Maximum Extension: 7'
  • Load Capacity at Max. Extension: 3 lb
  • Load Capacity Used as Stand: 19.8 lb
The Impact Combo Boom Stand is a clever lighting support solution that provides you with a strong 12.95' stand with a 19.8 lb load capacity when used in the traditional way, or a 7' boom that supports 4.4 lb when extended to 60", and 3 lb when fully extended. The legs feature heavy-duty bracing and a wide footprint of 43" for extra stability. The black anodized aluminum Combo Boom Stand ships with a 5/8" reversible spigot and an empty Cordura nylon sandbag counterweight capable of holding 15 lb of ballast.
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Without counting the boom arm, what is the ...

Without counting the boom arm, what is the maximum working height for the stand only?
Asked by: Bob
Six feet
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2021-01-27

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What are the maximum and minimum inclinations of this boom? I heard that it can support a maximum of 0.9kg at 6 inclination, can anyone explain this further? Thanks!
Asked by: Yi Fan C.
The stand can go 90-0 degrees. At 6 degrees which is almost horizontal and completely extended you cannot put more than 4.4 lbs of equipment on the boom. I also with most booms suggest using a sand bag on the bottom leg to help prevent it from falling over.
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-28

Does the crescent section for adjusting the angle ...

Does the crescent section for adjusting the angle have ridges or is it smooth?
Asked by: Michael
It has cross check ridges on both sides of crescent section it definitely not smooth.
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2021-12-14

Not counting the boom arm, how many sections does ...

Not counting the boom arm, how many sections does the stand have?
Asked by: Bob
Two sections: one static section where the legs are, and one telescoping section.
Answered by: Jim
Date published: 2021-01-28

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Will this work with elinchrom strobes?
Asked by: Avrumie K.
As Elinchrom strobes have a light stand socket that is compatible with the standard 5/8 Baby stud on the Impact Combo Boom Stand - 12.95'. While it would be compatible with Elinchrom strobes, I would recommend to check the weight of your light and/or any light modifiers you will be using and ensure it fits the stand's maximum load limit. As indicated under the Specifications tab, when used as standard stand, the maximum load of the stand is 19.84 lbs (9.0 kg). When used at maximum extension, the maximum load of the stand is 4.4 lb (2.0 kg), and when used at maximum extension with 6 inclination, the maximum load of the stand is 2.0 lb (0.9 kg).
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-28

What microphone holders are best to use with this ...

What microphone holders are best to use with this stand?
Asked by: Matthew
I use this stand primarily for locating lighting fixtures however, I have also used it for a short shotgun mic in a Rhode blimp, which worked out just fine.
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2020-12-04

At it's minimum height of 45 inches, this stand ...

At it's minimum height of 45 inches, this stand is too tall to fit into my travel bags. Will the top sections of the stand pull out from the base to make it more compact for travel, or are they fixed in the central column?
Asked by: Chris
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Answered by: hectorm
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What is the screw thread on the end of the arm? I ...

What is the screw thread on the end of the arm? I have a Lume Cube Panel and I want to be able to screw that on if I need only a small off-camera light. Will I need an adapter?
Asked by: JKatz
its a 5/8" Stud, 3/8"-16 M & 1/4"-20 M Threads so yeah it would work for you
Answered by: Austin
Date published: 2021-12-15
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