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Arri LMB 4x5 Lightweight Mattebox Clamp-On 3-Stage Set
Arri LMB 4x5 Lightweight Mattebox Clamp-On 3-Stage Set

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Arri's Lightweight Matte Box LMB 4x5 is a modular matte box that expands on the feature set and creative possibilities of the popular LMB-25 while remaining cost-effective. Suited for a wide range of applications in just one product, this robust but lightweight matte box allows for an unprecedented level of flexibility.
Abel Code AR-KK.0015175
Mfr. Code KK.0015175
Availability July 2017
 
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Our price $1,960.00


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From a single-filter configuration for gimbals, drones, or Steadicams to clamp-on versions up to rod-mounted solutions (using either 15mm lightweight, 15 or 19mm studio rods), the LMB 4x5 makes short work of challenging situations. Altering the various applications does not necessitate any supplementary tools, making set-ups quick and easy. This matte box is also a highly compatible to legacy accessories; all clamp adapters and filter frames from the former models LMB-5, LMB-15, and LMB-25 are compatible. The LMB 4x5 also maintains the streamlined design for which ARRI’s LMB range is known.

The valuable features of Arri´s matte box line, such as tray catchers, tilting capability, and swing-away modules have been retained in the LMB 4x5 while many other features have been added. Enhancements, such as an additional filter stage in two different versions, a tilt-and-flex adapter, as well as flags that fold flat for easier storage without the need to be removed make this matte box unique.

The weight of the LMB 4x5 has been optimized to meet the demands for lightweight accessories on today’s film sets. For LMB-25 owners, upgrade options to the new LMB 4x5 platform are available.


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