SmallRig Articulating Rosette Arm (11") 1498

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SmallRig Articulating Rosette Arm (11") 1498. Durable construction with a locking control knob to release or engage the tension, this articulating arm simplifies the mounting, placement and adjusting any on-camera lighting and other accessories.

1. Stainless steel rosette joint, much stronger and more stable.
2. Stainless steel ends

Package Includes:
1 x Articulating Rosette Arm (11") 1498

Maximum load capacity: 2.8kg; Best weight load 1.5-2 kg.

*Please note the import tax may occur.


  • 5
    Excellent product

    Posted by Jaksa on 18th Dec 2019

    I use articulating arm to adjust the position of flashes in macro, water droplets, etc. photography. I bought 3-4 articulating arm from some other manufacturers. Now I see it was a waste of money. With your articulating arm, I quickly, easily and securely place the flashes in the desired position. Every honor you, excellent product

  • 4

    Posted by Gary on 30th Mar 2018

    Seems well built. I have a couple of knock off ones from the 'ol interweb, this one is much better built, but I found it a tad on the heavy side. It'll be good got the monitor on the tripod, I got the cage for the a6500 and there's a few places to hang this arm.

  • 5
    Excellent Arm at Price Point; Has Learning Curve

    Posted by Sasha Bilik on 5th Jun 2017

    This is a great articulating arm for the price point. The smaller, less expensive tier articulating arms can be hit or miss with reliability and build but this arm has a rosette lock, something other ones do not have at this price, and once you learn to tighten everything properly and position it so that gravity and momentum work with you and not against you, it's fantastic. The build feels quality, it holds well, and will take the weight of a monitor or Zoom recorder or whatever you need it to. I use a 7" monitor with an Atomos Ninja Star attached to the side of the monitor and it works great. There is a slight learning curve getting it to not loosen when adjusting it so make sure to play around with it before taking it out into the field.