boom arm

boom arm
A bar extending horizontally from the top of a boom or tripod on which a camera can be mounted. Enables simultaneous horizontal, pivoting and vertical movement of thecamera Boom arm moves can combine panning, tilting and booming (pedding) in one fluid movement.

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