Hey Kupo Kompadres,
For the Kupo June Promotion, we have a sizzling hot deal for the beginning of summer!
Between June 1, 2014 and July 31, 2014, customers will receive a free Convi Clamp with Adjustable Handle – Black (KG701511), a $23.75 value, with the purchase of a Kupo Max Arm with Hand Wheel (KG100911). This promotion is consumer only and does not apply to dealer purchases.
Kupo Grip’s Convi Clamp System from Kupo Grip on Vimeo.
The Max Arm is an adjustable arm that allows you to position a camera, lighting fixture or accessory in any position within seconds!
The two 5/8″ (16mm) studs at either end are attached to ball joints that rotate 360 degrees, plus a cut-out in the sleeve surrounding the ball allows the stud to be bent 90 degrees. One stud is tapped to receive a 3/8″-16 thread, while the other is tapped to receive a 1/4″-20 thread. Each stud has six milled flat surfaces, so whatever you mount on the Max Arm will not rotate. The central elbow rotates 360 degrees for infinite adjustability.
The Max Arm is equipped with user-replaceable special friction discs with anti-slip rosettes prevent unwanted movement. The large rubberized hand wheel slowly increases tension until all three joints lock at once making precise positioning a breeze.
The Convi Clamp is more than just an amazing clamp, it’s the foundation of an entire grip system. The all-metal Convi Clamp is made from a lightweight alloy that will support loads of up to 44 lbs (20 Kg)! It features a hexagonal receiver that accepts dozens of Convi accessories from a simple stud to the versatile Max Arm to mount almost any light fixture, camera or accessory. The receiver features a spring locking safety system to ensure that the Convi accessory won’t separate from the clamp if the locking screw loosens unexpectedly. The Convi Clamp has a jaw that will extend from 0.2″ – 2.0″ (5 – 51mm) in diameter. It also features a saddle to securely mount it on flat surfaces. This clamp has a ratcheted handle that allows you to reposition it should you not have clearance to rotate the handle in a complete circle to tighten or loosen it.