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CowboyStudio Aluminum Adjustable Light Stand with Case
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- One black aluminum light stand; One black carrying case
- Height is adjustable from 2", 9", 6", 8"; Footprint is 2", 28" long when closed; 5"/8" stem.
- 1/4" screw tip on the stem; Max load of 7 lbs; Made from aluminum alloy with a professional black satin finish
- Folds up quickly and easily; 1 year manufacturer warranty
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|Item Dimensions||5.91 x 5.91 x 5.91 inches|
|Item Weight||11.02 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||1.5 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
This stand does not, under any circumstances, hold up well.
The spring cushions fail.
I called the company to tell them this. They are rude, unattentive, truly not empathetic, and dismissive. This is the 3rd of 4th problem I have had with this company. They want absolutely nothing to do with you if you call with a problem. They blamed the problems on the manufacturing, telling me "its China's fault". Literally. I know they are cheap, but you get what you par for.
99.9% of light stands out there let you tighten the stand when it comes loose. These dont. They are made poorly, cheaply, and to throw away when they don't work anymore. Stay away. Stay far, far away from these.
The carrying bag should be at least 1/2" longer as the stand fits very tightly with little room to quickly zip up.
I'll probably add a clamp on after opening to keep it from closing up on me. I will definitely save and invest in better equipment next time.
The cheapest stands that I use for work are the ARRI kit stands, about $100. The most expensive stands that I use are American Grip Roadrunner 200 stands, about $7000. I got this Cowboy Studio stand as a daily deal for $15. It comes with a bag, not sure what that's for. It's really clumsy to open and uses cheap materials. That said, you will be hard pressed to find a better value, especially if it's just for occasional, personal use. Buy one or two!
Solid stuff. Unless you're going to be taking pictures for high-end customers who judge every last piece of equipment you bring in addition to your picture quality, you won't be disappointed.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Yes, these are lightweight and lighter gauge than standard lightstands, they are perfect for the small LED lights I needed to use.Published 19 hours ago by C. Eschweiler
These are probably the most valuable stands I have ever used, the Construction is GREAT, even though some bits and pieces are plastic they are HEAVY duty. Read morePublished 12 days ago by ThomasH
Really terrible stands but if you're broke or if you left your good stands in Maine and you need something in a pinch, these might do the job. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Boston Tog Lee
Very flimsy. Doesn't hold up very well. Also you can not spin the middle pieces to face your flash to where you want it to go. Read morePublished 18 days ago by lastingmemories.byellen
a little wobbly at their highest setting but they work great for the HTC VIVE sensors. You need to get something like a mini ball head screw pod in-order to tilt the motion sensors... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Amr Mughamis
Cheap and unable to open the stands. When I returned was given less of a refund then what was paid. Very disappointed.Published 24 days ago by sandra swieder