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The Dot Line Corp. 11 In. Articulating Arms are the perfect complement to the Pico Dolly shown above. The arms have two nicely machined metal sections. The lower section has a locking accessory show mount. Or you can remove the shoe and use it with either a 1/4x20 female or male thread, so it fits any need. There is a ball joint on the base allowing it to swivel in most any direction. The top section also has a ball joint and a threaded 1/4x20 post. The large knorled knob allows you to loosen both ball joints, top and bottom, move the arm into whatever position you desire, and lock everything up with the twist of one knurled knob. Simple to use, yet extremely versatile design. Available in two lengths: 7" and 11" heights.
Can be attached with the Pico Dolly to mount small cameras and related accessories
Locking accessory shoe mount, on removing the shoe, can be used to mount a 1/4x20 female or a male thread
Features ball joints at the bottom and the top section
Can be swiveled and adjusted in the desired direction
You can lock the ball joints with the help of a knurled knob
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