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Rotolight Light Stand

Rotolight Light Stand

Price: £50.00
Location: United Kingdom
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Date Expires: 10/12/2020
Item ID: 210830

Rotolight Light Stand

Rotolight Light Stand

The Rotolight Lightweight Portable Lighting Stand features a sturdy tripod base with four air dampened columns, removable and reversible mounting studs, it ensures that delicate lighting equipment can be safely and accurately positioned. The compact Light Stand folds neatly for transport or storage. All sections are fully air cushioned and lock securely to provide maximum support and protection for flash and lighting equipment. All the hinges and locks are made from cast metal for strength and durability. The legs are double braced to provide maximum load carrying capacity (>15KG) and rigidity at up to 285cm extended height. The new Rotolight LightStand is strong, easy to grip, and fast to use.

Product Specification

Colour: Black
Maximum Height (cm): 2.85
Maximum Load (grams): 15000
Minimum Height (cm): 0.83
Number of Leg Sections: 4
Weight (kg): 1.9

 


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