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SARAMONIC MAGIC BOOM POLE

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Magic Boom Pole 5-Section precision anodized aluminum boom pole, adjustable from 0.78 to 3m with 3/8″, 1/4″-20, and 5/8″ mounts.
It´s called the Saramonic Magic Boom Pole because it does so many different things. It´s an excellent 5-section boom pole that collapses down to 2.5 feet and extends out to 10 feet (0.78 – 3m) and features a standard 3/8″ mount for shockmounts and mic clips. You can flip the top-mount over to a 1/4″-20 sized screw, which is ideal for attaching on-camera microphones. This is also the size of the thread on a tripod, so you can use Magic Boom Pole as a monopod for your camera. You can even remove the top and bottom caps and run a regular XLR cable through it and use it as a cabled boom pole. It comes with a padded shoulder bag for storage and transport and a 5/8“ adapter.

Description
The Saramonic Magic Boom Pole is a versatile and professional boom pole that allows you to position your microphones as close as possible to the sounds you need to capture while remaining at a distance or out of frame. It features 5 telescoping sections and adjusts from 2.5 to 10 feet in length (0.78 to 3 m). Long enough to discretely boom any scene and compact enough to take anywhere, easily fitting into a backpack or small case. It´s constructed with precision black-anodized aluminum, which makes it both lightweight and incredibly durable.

The top mounting screw can be switched between 3/8″ for standard shock mounts and 1/4″-20 for attaching on-camera microphones. The 1/4″-20 thread is also the same sized used on tripods, which makes it possible to use Magic Boom Pole as a monopod for your camera. Lightweight and ergonomically designed, the entire bottom section features a large and padded foam handgrip, perfect for comfortable extended use.

Magic Boom Pole doesn´t have an internal cable, but it was designed to be easily converted to a cabled boom pole. You can quickly remove the top and bottom caps and feed a standard XLR cable through it. Integrated cable notches on both ends allow you to reatt