Velbon V4 Boom Arm

January 25, 2012 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Accessories | 2 Comments |
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The Velbon V4 Boom Arm is a new mechanism combining a geared/slide elevator with a 180 degree tilt arm and a 360 degree horizontal pan. Manufactured from aluminium, the Velbon V4 Boom Arm fits almost any tripod, thanks to the included choice of 1/4” or 3/8” mounting threads. Uses include macro work, copying and any application where fine adjustment of the camera position is an advantage. The product carries a suggested retail price of £79.99.

Velbon Press Release

Versatile boom arm from Velbon.

Fits most tripods.

The Velbon V4 Boom Arm is an ingenious new mechanism combining a geared/slide elevator with a 180 degree tilt arm and a 360 degree horizontal pan. It is quick and easy to use: a single twist of the grip at the end of the multi-angle arm loosens both the tilt and rotation, and when the arm is in the desired position, a twist of the grip in the opposite direction re-engages the lock and the arm is fixed again.

The V4 will fit onto and transform almost any tripod, thanks to the included choice of 1/4” or 3/8” mounting threads and can accommodate most tripod heads via the end pedestal, which has a 1/4” screw. Uses include Macro work, copying and any application where fine adjustment of the camera position is an advantage.

Features/Technical Specification:
Articulated boom arm
Fits most tripods
Allows photography at lower levels
Manufactured from Aluminium
Max Extension: 545mm
Extension Travel: 205mm
Closed Length: 340mm
Arm Diameter: 29mm
Grip Diameter: 34mm
Weight: 572g
Height (in horizontal position): 88mm

The product carries a suggested retail price of £79.99.

For details of our full range of Velbon tripods, please visit the Velbon website at: http://www.velbon.co.uk

For further information and press samples please contact Jane Nicholson at jane@intro2020.co.uk
Intro 2020 Limited Priors Way, Maidenhead. Berkshire SL6 2HR
Tel: 01628 674411

http://www.velbon.co.uk



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#1 Zakee Muhammad

This is great item will look into purchasing one my self

8:47 pm - Wednesday, January 25, 2012

#2 MikeC366

Looks like this might be a really interesting addition for my tripod. Hope it's released soon.

M

http://366andallthat.wordpress.com/

8:57 am - Thursday, January 26, 2012