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Re: boom poles

Subject: Re: boom poles
From: "Danny Meltzer" dannymeltzer
Date: Sat Dec 29, 2007 9:27 pm ((PST))
I don't think you'll find a good carbon pole for under $150 unless
it's used.  Check on RAMPS forum for people selling gear.

I have a Ktek Avalon Traveler like Aaron and I like it.  It packs down
super small and fits in my carry on bag.  Of course it's aluminum, but
it's not really that heavy.

Professional Sound Services in NYC has good prices on the Ktek poles,
less than B&H or other big retailers usually.


--- In  Kim Cascone <> wrote:
> I searched the naturerecordists archives but didn't find anything
> specifically on boom poles
> but I'm looking for a good inexpensive boom pole ~$100 - 150 USD
> a 3 section carbon fiber
> something suitable to location recording
> anyone have any suggestions?

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