Kupo 40" Silver Master C-Stand with Quick Release Base

More information
Kupo 40" Silver Master C-Stand with Quick Release Base

Product Description

The Kupo 40" Silver Master C-Stand with Quick Release "Turtle Base" is a steel lighting stand with 2 risers and 3 sections which extends to a maximum height of 335cm. Century Stands or "C" Stands, are the most common type of grip equipment used by the filmmaking industry due to their strength and durability. The Kupo Master 40" C-stand can be used to mount everything from a speed light, through to large, powerful studio lighting and modifiers.

The Kupo 40" Silver Master C-Stand has a patented spring ring locking system in the base that removes tension from the legs so that gravity can do the work for you. "Turtle-base" is an industry term where the riser section can be quickly removed from the base for easy transport. The base can also be used with a stand adapter for a low mounting position.

There are up to 14 variations in Kupo's range of C-Stands with varying colours, bases and sizes available.
  • Heavy duty made to last construction
  • Removable centre column "Turtle Base"
  • Patented spring loaded leg locking system
  • Zinc casting on base for ultimate strength
2 Years warranty

  • Length: 153.3 cm
  • Width: 52.07 cm
  • Height: 9.91 cm
  • Weight: 8.3 kg
  • Risers: 2
  • Sections: 3
  • 1st Riser Diameter: 35 mm
  • 2nd Riser Diameter: 30 mm
  • 3rd Riser Diameter: 25 mm
  • Leg Diameter: 25 mm
  • Primary Material: Chrome Plated Steel
  • Secondary Material: Aluminum Locking Collars
  • Tertiary Material: Zinc Base Casting Leveling
  • Fixed Stand Adapter: 5/8 in (16 mm)
  • Stand Adapter Type: Welded
  • Closed Length: 152 cm
  • Minimum Extension Height: 154.3 cm
  • Maximum Extension Height: 335 cm
  • Maximum Load: 10 kg
  • Footprint Diameter: 100 cm

How does Buy work?

Our buying process is easy! Please follow the steps below.

Step 1:Select "Get a Quote" on this page.

Step 2:Fill in your details & send.

Step 3:Urban Cine will get back to you.

ask pete