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Arri LMB 25 Clip On Matte Box

- Carbon Fiber, Light Weight
- 2 Stage 4x4 or 4x5 Matte Box
- Includes 114, 95, 87mm Backs
- Clip On Only

  • Daily Rate: $75
  • Weekly Rate: $225
  • Monthly Rate: $750

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Arriflex MMB-1 Matte Box 4 x 5.65

A lightweight 15mm railmount mattebox with 2 filter trays. It comes with top and side mount flags, and donuts to fit a variety of dslr and cinema lenses.

  • Daily Rate: $50
  • Weekly Rate: $150
  • Monthly Rate: $500

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Bright Tangerine Misfit Atom Matte Box

- Designed For Gimbals
- Super Light Weight
- 114mm Back
- Removable Rubber Shade
- Single Clip For Filters Holds 2x 4x5 and/or 4x4 Filters

  • Daily Rate: $45
  • Weekly Rate: $135
  • Monthly Rate: $450

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Bright Tangerine Misfit Matte Box

- 3 Stage 4x5 or 4x4 filters
- 114mm, 95mm, 87mm Backs Included
- Rear Stage Can Be Removed & Clipped On Alone (Great For Gimbals)
- LW 15mm Swing Away Arm Included
- Swing Away Arm Height & Distance Adjustable

  • Daily Rate: $55
  • Weekly Rate: $165
  • Monthly Rate: $550

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