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Johnsoir
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Oct 05, 2012 14:56 |  #1

Hi everyone,

I have a small studio. that is getting smaller and smaller with accumulation of gear.

I've recently added to my C-Stand collection, and have to move them out of the corner they were just leaning in before.

I was wondering what others are doing for storing their C-Stands?

Do you use a wall mounted rack? Box? Lean them where ever they will go?

Any input or direction would be greatly appreciated, thanks!


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Oct 05, 2012 15:11 |  #2

I remove the base, put the pole in a corner and the base on a shelf.


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Oct 06, 2012 13:40 |  #3

I used to store them at the studio by standing them along a wall. The small leg will fit under the middle leg of the next on and so forth. All the small, medium and large legs will sit next to eachother and the columns will as well.

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Oct 06, 2012 20:09 |  #4

Filmtools has C stand racks that mount on walls. You might want to search there.


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