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Rode Micro Pro Carbon Fibre Boompole

AU $138.83 Inc GST

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Rode Micro Pro Carbon Fibre Boompole

At 110 grams this boompole is light without a doubt. Thanks to Ryan from #Rode #Australia to introduce the Micro Pro Boompole.

This is what Tom has to say about the Rode Micro PRO Boompole.

With the massive growth of video from the very young to females that aren't muscle bound, this boompole has meet the needs of the new video niche.

Ultra-Lightweight Modular Boompole - 2.2m

The Micro Boompole Pro is a unique, modular booming device that allows location sound engineers to capture audio in confined or difficult spaces. Optimised for use with the VideoMicro microphone, the Micro Boompole Pro’s three sections combine to a maximum length of 2.2m. Using an industry standard 3/8” thread, these sections can also be used to extend the Boompole Pro to reach to over 3.7m.

The Micro Boompole Pro comes with a full Australian warranty from Rode Australia

Cameras Direct since 2003. Pop into our Gold Coast camera store & warehouse or order online. We look forward to being at your SERVICE Australia wide.

Additional Information

Name Rode Micro Pro Carbon Fibre Boompole
Manufacturer Part Number Micro_Boompole_Pro
Manufacturer Rode
Special Price $138.83
Originality Genuine
Product Type Boom Arm

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