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Where can I find this type of back drop stands?

 
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Jun 29, 2014 16:49 |  #1

I came across this photo and I like the back drop stands it has. The foot area has a small foot print and the one I am using is like a traditional tripod. People always trip and kick the legs of my tripods at every event.

http://fs.signazon.com …drop-stand-splash.jpg?v=7 (external link)


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Jun 29, 2014 17:04 |  #2

wchang wrote in post #17001774 (external link)
I came across this photo and I like the back drop stands it has. The foot area has a small foot print and the one I am using is like a traditional tripod. People always trip and kick the legs of my tripods at every event.

http://fs.signazon.com …drop-stand-splash.jpg?v=7 (external link)

Although it looks really neat, if people are clumsy enough to 'interact' :rolleyes: with your current system I'd suggest they are likely to knock the illustrated one over which would be far worse than merely knocking into your current system. It doesn't look very stable to me unless those small feet are very heavy. If you go ahead, I'd start by looking at window display suppliers and signage producers. Looks like it may be part of a display panel system.

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Jun 30, 2014 02:27 as a reply to  @ PhotosGuy's post |  #4

Here you go....only $500

http://www.sermonview.​com …info.php?produc​ts_id=4958 (external link)

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Jun 30, 2014 06:47 |  #5

That is actually an exhibit backdrop stand, the type used for tradeshows. They are not really made with the same functions for photography in mind. They are not as stable, portable or quick to set up, but you can decide. Several versions exist of varying quality. Many sell for $100, but here's one you can apparently order for $50.

http://m.rakuten.com …ngid=303084237&​adid=29963 (external link)




  
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