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Nov 07, 2011 23:39 |  #46

george m w wrote in post #13369006 (external link)
Thanks for the comments Jerry.

Your welcome.

I found one of the old threads.... Dated Jan, 2007 (Same month and year I joined the forum) :D

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Nov 08, 2011 05:50 as a reply to  @ J Kacey's post |  #47

No problem at all, Jerry. :D

I remember those days.


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Jan 13, 2014 21:45 |  #48

I am setting up a small studio now. I am thinking of using some wall mounts. The only problem is that it does not allow me to move the lights.


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Jan 14, 2014 10:39 |  #49

professorman wrote in post #16603554 (external link)
I am setting up a small studio now. I am thinking of using some wall mounts. The only problem is that it does not allow me to move the lights.

You could fashon up some rails to mount on the wall and use clamps.




  
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Jan 14, 2014 15:23 |  #50

How about a drop extension and a boom arm?


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