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|Minimum Height||3.9' (1.2 m)|
|Maximum Height||8.95' (2.7 m)|
|Closed Length||41.14" (1.045 m) with removable stud|
|Footprint Diameter||41.73" (1.05 m)|
|Weight||4.5 lbs (2.2 kg)|
|Maximum Load||22 lbs (10 kg)|
|Attachment Size||5/8" (16 mm) Baby receptor|
I have been using a regular stand that I would have to use a weight to hold down with my 72 umbrella. This stand is amazing. Very sturdy and can handle the weight. It rolls so smoothly and I dont have to pick it up. The handle helps to move the light up and down so easily. So glad I got this.
This is the third stand I bought to equip my amateur basement studio.No other light stand matches this one.I had to shorten top section of the column by two feet to accommodate the light stand in my low ceiling basement, using a pipe cutter; highly recommend that Manfrotto offered shorter top...
Ive yet to use these, yet i set them up in 30 secs with no problem and nothing but ease. They seem to be well built and wonderfully designed. They are sturdy. I havent bought bags to hold them down yet might do so later. Though they seemingly will work fine without in a studio.
I dont know how I lived without this stand for so long. I shoot children and newborns so being able to easily adjust my light is crucial. My 7 plm moves quickly and easily up and down the arm. What makes this the best stand is I can adjust my light all the way to the floor.
I use Manfrotto stands primarily for location recording, especially gigs that are travel heavy. There arent many options for very lightweight and compact mic stands that are also elegant when it comes to recording on the go. But these are great for national travel!
The air cushion seals on two of the three stands are already broken within 8 months of use. While the stacking feature is nice and saves room in your stand bag, the loss of the air cushion resistance is very disappointing for the price you pay.
I've been a fan of Manfrotto products ever since the late 1980s, when I bought my first pro tripod - a Manfrotto - in Italy. (At the time, I think Bogen was relabeling Manfrotto products for the U.S.). That tripod served me well until this past winter - 30 years of service.
Good stuff. Strong. Folds flat. Well made.
I like that this is meant to snap together with multiple stands and be good for travel, but dont plan to put on the weight. I think for most key light setups, this wont work. But for a lot of LED lights without softboxs, this is probably perfect.
Works great and is very sturdy and I love how they connect together.