SmallRig Anti-rotation Magic Arm Adapter 1978

SKU:
1978
$28.00
(4 reviews) Write a Review
Weight:
0.04 KGS
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SmallRig Anti-rotation Magic Arm Adapter 1978
Magic Arm Adapter 1978 comes with 1/4” and 3/8” threads. It is designed to connect the magic arm with corresponding threads and locked tight by 2M4 screws to prevent unwanted twisting or loosing. This multi-purpose adapter can be utilized for mounting monitors. It comes with 2 Arri locating points and 3/8” threads for more accessories.

Key Features:
1. Locked tight by 2 M4 screws.
2. 1/4'' & 3/8'' threads on one end enable to attach magic arms.
3. Arri locating pins on the other end could secure cage or other devices firmly.

Compatibility:
Camera Cages and Plates with Arri Locating Holes

Package Includes:
1 x Magic Arm Adapter
1 x Hex Spanner

Product Dimensions: 27 x 21 x 34mm
Net Weight: 37g
Package Size: 67 x 52 x 42mm
Material(s): Aluminum Alloy

Reviews

  • 5
    All magic arms should have this built in

    Posted by Fish on 5th Jul 2018

    Stops the annoying rotation of my SmallHD monitor. Glad someone made this thing!

  • 5
    wonderful kit

    Posted by Ebenezer on 27th Mar 2018

    The LCD screen mounting clamp adapter could be mounted on the top handlegrip so as to create more extension options. It could be extended on the top with a 15mm rod with M12 threads. 3 adapters can be mounted on the handlegrip at the same time. We will never get this wonderful kit if the designer does not go into details! Great!

  • 5
    It features quick attachment and detachment

    Posted by Daibhidh on 27th Mar 2018

    The magic arm adapter comes with 1/4”-20 and 3/8”-16 threaded holes on the one end, and comes with a single Arri locating pin on the other end. It could be mounted with magic arm with 1/4” or 3/8” screws on the one end for monitor, while it could attach camera cages and plates with Arri locating holes on the other end. It features quick attachment and detachment.

  • 5
    Well designed and original part that fills a gap

    Posted by NS on 6th Sep 2017

    I have had a ton of components rotating out of position and there are very few options to avoid this. Even if you torque down an articulating arm it might strip the threads and will probably come loose anyway. So I ordered a set of Arri pin cold shoes and this to solve all those problems. Well designed and sturdy