Kupo 30" Black Master C-Stand with Sliding Legs

Kupo 30" Black Master C-Stand with Sliding Legs

Product Description

The Kupo 30" Black Master C-Stand with Sliding Legs is a steel lighting support made up of two legs that are spring loaded to open in fixed position, a third leg that can be adjusted by loosening the knob and sliding it up and down the main section and the riser which extends up to 250cm. The feature of a sliding leg section allows you to use the Kupo 30" Master C-Stand on un-even ground or even stairs. Using a Kupo Master C-Stand means keeping your valuable lighting equipment safe and secure, no matter what you're lighting with. This C-Stand is finished in flat black which limits the chance for unsightly reflections to throw onto your subject, saving you time in post production.

Used on its own or in combination with a grip head and grip arm, the C-Stand can be used to safely and securely mount your studio flash including large modifiers, or any type of constant lighting.

Key Features:

  • Sturdy built to last construction
  • Sliding leg for use on uneven ground or stairs
  • Flat black finish to reduce unsightly reflections
  • Zinc casting on the base - 5 times stronger than aluminium!
  • 2 years warranty
Specifications:
  • Primary Material: Black Powder Coated Finish
  • Secondary Material: Aluminum Locking Collars
  • Tertiary Material: Zinc Base Casting Leveling
  • Leveling Leg: Yes
  • Fixed Stand Adapter: 5/8 in (16 mm) Stud
  • Stand Adapter Type: Welded
  • Closed Length: 112 cm
  • Minimum Extension Height: 113cm
  • Maximum Extension Height: 250 cm
  • Maximum Load: 10 kg
  • Footprint Diameter: 100 cm
  • Length: 113 cm
  • Width: 52 cm
  • Height: 9.91 cm
  • Weight: 6 kg
  • Risers: 2
  • Sections: 3
  • 1st Riser Diameter: 35 mm
  • 2nd Riser Diameter: 30 mm
  • 3rd Riser Diameter: 25 mm
  • Leg Diameter: 25 mm

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