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Kupo Monitor Adapter KG002712
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|Item Dimensions||3.75 x 4.94 x 2 in||4 x 5.6 x 2.9 in||4.96 x 5.91 x 3.56 in||3.6 x 6 x 3 in||7.75 x 11.5 x 1.5 in||1.08 x 7.5 x 1.08 in|
The monitor adapter is designed for lightweight monitors and its flat plate has mounting holes at the corners spaced 3" (75mm) apart from each other.
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I'd give this 5 stars but for anyone who has used Ram Mounts... the first thing you'll realize here is this Kupo must be CRANKED tight to hold anything but a fairly light load securely. If you have part of the load resting into the arm, so that when tightening into position something's also touching the adapter itself, then it requires less force.
Avenger parts like this have a "lined" texture covering the balls... almost like grooves, but subtle. Those can also slip, but not much. Ram Mounts uses a rubber-coated metal ball. You'd think that rubberized ball wouldn't last, but they absolutely do... and they tighten into a firm-holding position with very little effort. The Kupo adapter has the same "pebbled" texture on the balls as on most of the rest of the adapter... this dotted texture allows the balls to slip unless you really crank it down.
So... do I like it? Yep... like I said... it's beautiful to look at... and appears very professional, but if you compare the ability to easily lock it into a frozen position, there are other mounts which do this more securely, with less effort. The other possible benefit to slipping, is if something is hit or bumped... the mount can slip a bit where another mount may not dissipate the energy. So, that's the other side of the argument... maybe it's a good thing that it can still slip when it feels tight?
So, I've come back to revise my review a bit. As noted below in the comments, on the initial set-up I did have it positioned incorrectly but didn't notice. When I went to try it out again, I realized the mistake I made the first time so I have to teat a little crow on my first review. Once you flip it around so the weight tightens the grip instead of loosening it (like you do with a grip head and heavy load), it will bite. That said, I did have to use a pair of pliers to get that last bit of crank on it & have it hold tight enough that it wouldn't slip. In the end, I'd say this was "Okay" for the price. I'm sure it would work great on lighter monitors and it's worked good enough with a little muscle that I'll continue using it on my heavy Sony field monitor.
We use this to mount a 22" TV on a stand. The TV is used as a film production field monitor when we are filming. It permits you to mount a TV or monitor to a light stand or c-stand with no problem. It also allows you to easily and quickly break down and remove the TV/monitor from the stand as well.
If you already have light stands or c-stands, this is a far better, and less expensive option than buying a dedicated monitor stand. I made the mistake of purchasing a monitor stand several years ago, but ended up buying this because the monitor stand was a hassle to transport. It also didn't allow you to position the angle of the monitor as freely as this unit does.