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Moonlight boom arm question
Corbey Dorsey, Photo Editor, Photographer
Kearney | NE | USA | Posted: 6:37 PM on 08.15.17
->> I am looking for the best portable option to mount a moonlight with 40 inch beauty dish - in a boom arm scenario. I currently have a Manfrotto that is not doing the trick. Any suggestions?
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Doug Pizac, Photographer
Sandy | UT | USA | Posted: 10:13 PM on 08.15.17
->> I assume you meant monolight; not moonlight.

Heavy duty C-stand with large knuckle and solid arm extension -- with big sand bag to counter strobe hanging out there at the end.
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Romeo Guzman, Photographer
Orlando | FL | United States | Posted: 10:28 AM on 08.16.17
->> I have been using the Avenger D600CB Mini Boom with Avenger E700 Baby Drop Down Pin with my White Lighting 1600 paired with either a Paul Buff large softbox or 3' octos with no issues just have to find the right counter weight. Also second Doug on C-stands and lots of sand bags.
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Dylan Wilson, Photographer, Assistant
Savannah | GA | USA | Posted: 2:34 PM on 08.16.17
->> The Drop Down Pin or something similar is crucial. Otherwise the light will slip on the boom arm under the weight of the modifier.
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