Neewer 7 Inch Adjustable Friction Power Articulating Magic Arm for DSLR Camera Rig / LCD Monitor / DV Monitor / LED Lights / flash light
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- Precise Design, allows universal mounting options.
- Durable material, super steady and firm
- With a 360 swivel head makes you a comfortable use
- Portable and easy to use
- This magic arm is with Precise Design, allows universal mounting options.
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This precise and durable designed magic arm with locking control knobs to release or enlarge the tension which can give all position movement.
This articulating magic arm simplifies the mounting, placement and adjusting any on-camera lightings and other accessories.
100% Brand new and high quality.
Precise Design, allows universal mounting options.
Durable material, super steady and firm
With a 360 swivel head makes you a comfortable use
Portable and easy to use
This magic arm is with Precise Design, allows universal mounting options.
Articulating design, with one knob locks all position.
Superior quality, precise and durable design.
Length (Max): approx. 185mm/7"
Height: approx. 60mm/2.4"
Max. Load: up to 2kg
Net Weight: 7.65 oz
1 x 7 Inch Magic Arm
Top Customer Reviews
The loose end seemed to have a shorter inside stem. When pressure is applied to the stem via the wedge actuated by the knob, the stem moves up towards the ball joint. However, the loose side seems is too short and is easily pushed away by the wedge. It then sticks out slight to then have little surface area and effectively becoming a gouge. Yes...it would have been nice if both ends worked. I inserted a small ball bearing in the short end with some success.
Update: took it apart and added shims to rods to optimize the length of the to contact wedges correctly and fully. I can now apply a high amount of pressure to the knob and get them super tight for a heavy monitor and battery or for fun I put a 35mm camera up on the arm above the rig as a joke. The modified arm held it up with no problems. So if anyone wants to tinker/fix... a snap ring holds the ball joint in place. Once you remove the ring you lift out the ball cup and slip the shim on top of the stem. No more than about 5mm wide by 2-4mm thick, but test fit to be sure your version fits and slides easily.
First, the center adjustment knob doesn't ever feel secure. I have to grind it down to make sure it doesn't go anywhere. It;s not a good feeling with a $1300 piece of hardware dangling on the end.
Second, The two ends (camera mount and standard screw mount) are connected to the arm through a ball joint. It seems like a great idea because you can move it around all sorts of angles. Wrong. The joints are too loose so whatever is attached always sags down. All of the configurations in their pictures are physically impossible to recreate.
Third, The metal is decent but I am just waiting for this thing to fall apart one day. I hope I buy something better beforehand.
Appears to be quite versatile and solid so far.
BUT... because it's all metal, it has a bit of heft to it. It weighs 6.6 oz. Keep that in mind, as camera rigs can get heavy quickly with lots of attachment like this.