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Photography Light Stand for professional photo studio photolamps

by Konig
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RRP: £15.65
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  • Strong Steel construction
  • Max height 2m
  • Min height 80.5cm
  • Weighs 1.4kg
  • Colour Black

Frequently Bought Together

Photography Light Stand for professional photo studio photolamps + Kaavie Universal Swivel Hot Shoe Flash Holder Type B for Light Stand with Umbrella Lock + Konig 33 inch Photographic Flashgun Softbox Umbrella
Price For All Three: £27.55

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 745 x 80 x 75 cm ; 1 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.4 Kg
  • Item model number: KN-LS10
  • ASIN: B0011363NS
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 11 Dec 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (261 customer reviews)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

Professional light stand. Lightweight but stable stand for photolamps.

Product Description

Professional light stand. Lightweight but stable stand for photolamps.This Product contains max height: 2.00 m and weight: 10.4kg.

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47 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Selbosh on 10 Oct 2009
This light stand is very useful. It folds down fairly small (though not as small as the compact double fold types) and is reasonably light. It is easy to sling it over your shoulder in the case, and an excellent addition to any photographer's kit.

I wouldn't recommend this for anything heavy, such as a monolight or big softboxes, but for hot shoe flashes and umbrellas it does the job very well. If you're using it outside with modifiers such as umbrellas, weight down the base with something heavy, like your camera bag, or the slightest breeze will send it crashing to the ground!

GRIPES:

The plastic buckle on the case broke immediately, but after I repaired the strap it works fine. I attribute the problem to a bad sample, but nonetheless the quality of the case is not brilliant. Despite this, for my quick location kit, I can fit the stand plus an umbrella and swivel bracket into the case without problems.

You need to keep the provided plastic cap, or a substitute, on top of the light stand stud whenever you put it in the case, or it will wear a hole in it in no time at all. On the other hand, while my case has a small hole in the end, it causes no problems and shows no signs of getting bigger.

CONCLUSION:

Overall I recommend this product. Unless you need something very tall, or something to hold a large monolight or softbox, this light stand will do the job for you. The only problems I found were with the case, and both were easily fixable and preventable once you know. At this price, long-term build quality does not matter, but I've had it for about a year and had no problems with the stand itself.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Rudi Wells on 8 Jan 2010
I didn't expect much from this stand, but boy was I surprised! I live in Holland, and have a couple of heavy duty stands here in my studio and needed something for a series of shoots I was doing in Ireland in peoples homes. I wanted something cheap that I could leave behind for the next time, and more importantly could hold the weight of my smaller 200W studio light as well as a fairly large soft umbrella. No problems what so ever, and a bonus was that it came with a soft case which had a strap, AND could I hold my soft umbrella in the case.
No complaints at all, when you spread the legs a little wider, it's as sturdy as you'll need, and it locked tightly when extended. I was expecting a "one use" stand, no way, I'll get a LOT of use out of this.

Rudi
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55 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Daniel on 5 Feb 2009
This is not your professional light stand. It is a little thin and you would think it would have issues of falling over all the time. You'd be wrong. For the price, this light stand works for what I wanted it for (using a flashgun off camera). With a little added weight, such as your camera bag, this is a solid piece of equipment and for the price, if you're looking for a lightstand that's particularly transportable, you'd be crazy to buy something else. Not so sure how it would work in a studio with those big heavy monoblock heads but I can't see it having problems there either. I would recommend it to anyone in need of a little extra height for their off camera lighting sources.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By M. Bridge-wilkinson on 13 Mar 2009
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For the money this is unbeatable.

It has clips instead of screw clamps which may wear out with time but there is very little difference otherwise between this and my more expensive interfit stands.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Alexander Mamontov on 16 April 2009
This thing is quite suitable for those who want to do some occasional amateur strobist work. Not sure about "professional studio photolamps" - it looks and feels somewhat flimsy - but it holds my 430ex, radio receiver and 80" brolly just fine. Cheap enough to try out and if you figure that flash photography is your thing I'd recommend to upgrade to something more serious.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By S. L. Butler on 5 Jun 2012
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I was sceptical when I ordered these as they were so cheap but I am pleased that I did order them as they are brilliant. I have been using them for 3 months and they work perfectly. Highly recommended.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Peter Davies on 7 Sep 2009
Excellent for the price - clearly not for studio flash but more than adequate for portable flash units - legs have a wide enough footprint. Used with Metz45 and 48" umbrella, stable and no problems indoors. Suitable for those on a budget or wanting to carry less weight than a manfrotto type option
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Tony A on 16 Jan 2010
I Bought two of these stands for use in my studio set up , reading the previous reviews i was doubtfull of the build quality but after using them i am quite happy with the product and its build quality , ideal for field use and studio , if outside i would put a weight to steady them depends on conditions at the time, weight i would use to a degree ie heavier lights . Hope you find this helpfull
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