INON INC. manufacturer of underwater imaging gears, strobes, conversion lenses, arms, housing and many more, have released a new innovative carbon arm system to make your underwater camera system more compact and ergonomically friendly.

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Press Release: 

Carbon Telescopic Arm Series

INON INC. is pleased to announce official release of “Carbon Telescopic Arm” series on January 21st, 2016. The Carbon Telescopic Arm series is made of ultra light yet super durable carbon fibre offering telescopic arm section to have any desired length.

•Carbon Telescopic Arm S
–Release date: January 21st, 2016
–JAN code: 456212143 812 5

•Carbon Telescopic Arm M
–Release date: January 21st, 2016
–JAN code: 456212143 813 2

•Carbon Telescopic Arm L
–Release date: January 21st, 2016
–JAN code: 456212143 814 9

Features

  • The Carbon Telescopic Arm System offers free adjustable arm sections by loosening/tightening two lock dials benefitting for easy advanced lighting.
  • As well as making your camera system more compact and comfortable to carry both on land and underwater by collapsing the Carbon Telescopic arm when not in use.
  • The arm section is made from super rigid carbon pipe which greatly reduce underwater weight, water resistant, and enhance the durability.
  • Three different lengths of Carbon Telescopic Arm products are available for different applications.
Extend/Collapse the Carbon Telescopic Arm
Carbon Telescopic Arm S attached on an INON X-2 housing
 
Carbon Telescopic Arm S collapsed at the minimum length (upper image)
Carbon Telescopic Arm S fully extended (lower image)

Carbon Telescopic Arm M collapsed at the minimum length (upper image)
Carbon Telescopic Arm M fully extended (lower image)

Carbon Telescopic Arm L collapsed at the minimum length (upper image)
Carbon Telescopic Arm L fully extended (lower image)
Carbon pipe
Optional float system

Mega Float Tube S and Mega Float Tube M are made of weather resistant light ABS material with the hollow design to generate extraordinary buoyancy underwater to control underwater weight of camera system.

More information on the Float Tube System can be found here.