Designed for overhead lighting, this chrome-plated steel Boom Arm from Impact telescopes from 46 - 86" and supports up to 8 lb at maximum extension. Features include a ratcheting pivot clamp handle and rubber-coated section above its counterweight hook for comfortable, secure height adjustment. The boom has a 5/8" receiver and is an ideal match for heavy duty wheeled stands like Impact's LSP-SW10 9.5' Steel Roller.
- Steel Construction
- 86" Maximum Extension
- Ratcheting Pivot Clamp Handle
- Rubber-Coated Boom Handle
Impact LSA-BAS Overview
Impact LSA-BAS Specs
|Item Type||Boom Arm (for Stand)|
|Load Capacity||8 lb / 3.6 kg, at Maximum Extension|
|Number of Sections||2|
|Length||46 to 86" / 117 to 218 cm|
|Mount (to Light/Accessory)||5/8" Stud|
|Mount (to Stand)||Clamp with 5/8" Receiver|
|Weight||7.05 lb / 3.2 kg|
|Package Weight||10.5 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||49 x 6.5 x 5.5"|
Impact LSA-BAS Reviews
I bent three similar products that were not as well built. I have hung a couple of very weighty strobes off of these now for hours on end and they function perfectly. I will definitely be buying more.
I mainly use this boom arm with a Nanlite Forza 300, with a giant soft box attached, and it supports that setup across many different shooting situations. If you have large lights and you want to shoot from above a set, this boom is necessary!
Does its job well.
You'll want at least one of these available. Allows you to get lights or microphones or whatever you need in places you wouldn't normally.
Love it, Should've purchased it along time ago. Handles heavy lights and modifiers no problem.
Wow, this thing is solid.
And heavy too. It's basically the center post from one of the Impact brand C-Stands. Looks like it ought to last forever. Leave it to your heirs in your will. :)
Heavy, but not necessarily heavy-duty
Seems cheap in some ways. Not sure what the purpose is for chrome-plating, except to just make it heavier. Works fine so far. Not to be used with lighter stands. If you don't like it, you could always use it as a boat anchor.
We purchased for use in photo studio. Other companies have similar stands, but I decided to purchase it considering the appearance to the customer The solid construction made strobe writing fun I think it's good to feel a little heavy
Good for the money
This seems like a very well made boom for the price. I had the older black version before with the plastic pivot clamp which broke. I think this one will hold up better as its chrome plated. It is heavy but I think that's the trade of for durability.
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