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Would you purchase this bkground kit?

 
firme
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Jul 10, 2012 12:54 |  #1

I am planning on purchasing this background kit: http://www.adorama.com​/BD702SK.html (external link) and purchasing a white background: http://www.adorama.com​/BD701S.html (external link) But, I have read reviews that the solid color backdrops are thin and almost see through.

I am planning on renting a custom backdrop from a friend. But not sure if this will support it. What about seamless paper, will it support it?

I would like to get a whole kit that is 10x12 and can spend between $100-$200 for a complete kit. Any suggestions greatly appreciated.




  
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tongki
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Jul 10, 2012 23:06 |  #2

firme wrote in post #14697337 (external link)
I am planning on purchasing this background kit: http://www.adorama.com​/BD702SK.html (external link) and purchasing a white background: http://www.adorama.com​/BD701S.html (external link) But, I have read reviews that the solid color backdrops are thin and almost see through.

I am planning on renting a custom backdrop from a friend. But not sure if this will support it. What about seamless paper, will it support it?

I would like to get a whole kit that is 10x12 and can spend between $100-$200 for a complete kit. Any suggestions greatly appreciated.

The problem with see through background if your positioned are backlight,
or there is a light coming from aside, like window on the side and positioned above,
everything else depends on camera sensitivity settings and strobe power

The clamp which is included will fit any background and very simple,
just measure the width of the background stand

IMAGE: http://www.jackthehat.co.uk/images/user/clamps.jpg

Paper background better use for studio purposes, it is not easy to fold a paper background

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firme
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Jul 11, 2012 12:21 |  #3

thanks for the help




  
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