Wide Angle Ball Arm for Quick Release Handle
This product is no longer available. Use the Wide Angle Ball Arm V2 instead.
This is a great choice to mount almost any strobe or video light to an Ikelite quick release handle. The two segment arm is easily adjustable on-the-fly and perfectly suited to any shooting scenario from macro close-up to super wide angle.
Our 1" ball components feature a groove and o-ring to prevent slippage for improved holding power with less force. While underwater, clamps may be finger-tightened to keep lighting in place yet allow repositioning without loosening the clamp. All parts are hard coat type III anodized for a long lasting, scratch resistant finish. Ikelite 1" ball components are compatible with most 1" arm system components from Aquatica TLC, Ultralight, Sea&Sea, INON, Nauticam, and others.
The slotted arm sections provide opportunities to attach a top cable grip or to mount an additional lightweight accessory almost anywhere along the length of an arm by adding a Sliding Ball Mount.
Effective August 1, 2021, this product no longer includes the Auxiliary Ball Clamp # 4081.22. The Auxiliary Ball Clamp is available as an optional accessory.
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(3) Clamps # 4081.2
(2) 7" Arm Extension # 4081.07
Quick Release Handle Mount # 4081.31
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