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Dec 23, 2015 17:03 as a reply to  @ post 17030418 |  #976

Hi there, I was wondering what kind the light stand with wheel and the boom are those? Thanks!




  
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Dec 23, 2015 20:35 |  #977

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Hi there, I was wondering what kind the light stand with wheel and the boom are those?

That is the Matthews Junior Low Boy (double riser). I love the damn thing and, at $260, consider it the single best deal in stands. The lower height is immaterial for a boom, and makes loading much easier. Boom is the Avenger D650, also Junior class. Total payload as shown on the stand is 70 lb, which is 15 lb over spec, but handling is fine. Steel rollers are a studio necessity IMO.


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Just got my main room done. Sorry for the iPhone pic.


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Looks pretty nice! What height do you have? It's your cellar, right?


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May 20, 2016 05:19 as a reply to  @ Ultrazauberer's post |  #980

Basement, yes. 9' ceiling.



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