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Neewer Pro 10ft Adjustable Photo/Video C-Stand with 4ft Holding Arm - $76.99 + Free Shipping

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  • Durable finished metal design can withstand harsh conditions, giving it a longer service time and exceptional strength.
  • Easily attach to reflector, studio flash and other equipment with its knob and spiral screw.
  • Center Stand Column Maximum Height:10ft/120"/305cm
  • Center Stand Column Folded Height: 4ft/47"/120cm
  • Extension Arm Length: 4ft/47"/120cm
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I've bought one of these before thanks to slickdeals, it appears the price is slightly better than when I bought.
I recommend this light stand. Very solid, very heavy duty, no cheap flimsy plastic parts or cheap metal and the arm is great for overhead work.
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I've bought one of these before thanks to slickdeals, it appears the price is slightly better than when I bought.
I recommend this light stand. Very solid, very heavy duty, no cheap flimsy plastic parts or cheap metal and the arm is great for overhead work.
Yes, got one here too, completely agree - these are great stands and an awesome price. Black Friday $$ is being spread thin!
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I've bought one of these before thanks to slickdeals, it appears the price is slightly better than when I bought.
I recommend this light stand. Very solid, very heavy duty, no cheap flimsy plastic parts or cheap metal and the arm is great for overhead work.
Yes, very good stand, great price, heavy duty, for studio, but not light to carry around.
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Also have this. Wouldn't call it a great stand--it's no Matthews--but for the price it definitely does the job of a c-stand and seems sturdy.
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Could this hold a dslr? (canon 80D) as well?
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Ordered one!
I bought a cheap one from amazon and that cannot hold my video light sometimes it'll fall and having clients around is too risky.
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How would you say the quality differs from Matthews and Avenger? I mostly use their turtle base c-stands in black.
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Could this hold a dslr? (canon 80D) as well?
I believe the ends of the metal pole terminate in 1/4 20 on one side and 3/8 on the other, so you can probably mount it. That's not really what it's designed for, though, so it may not be as stable as you need, especially if you extend it all the way.
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I believe the ends of the metal pole terminate in 1/4 20 on one side and 3/8 on the other, so you can probably mount it. That's not really what it's designed for, though, so it may not be as stable as you need, especially if you extend it all the way.
I figured I'd need a head attachment, was more so worried with the balance/weight! Appreciate your insight!
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I figured I'd need a head attachment, was more so worried with the balance/weight! Appreciate your insight!
I would bad a sand bag [amazon.com] just to be safe (don't know anything about the one I linked... just using it for example).
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Could be cool to hang a mic from this
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Ordered one!
I bought a cheap one from amazon and that cannot hold my video light sometimes it'll fall and having clients around is too risky.
They are designed to be used with sandbags for this very reason.
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Picked one up, might consider a second for an overhead setup so that I don't have to care about sandbags (or large bag of rice would work I guess).
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In for another, paired with a boom pole attachment this is great for shooting interviews and mic'ing as well.. for folks buying these for lights, be sure to grab some sand bags to go with it -- they fall right over the legs.

For those asking if this will hold a camera, YES. The other one I bought a year ago holds a very heavy fresnel light, which is what it's designed to do -- the C leg layout makes for major stability, and paired with some sandbags, you're good to go.

But as others have mentioned, not light, not for walk-around stuff... but definitely nice in the studio (you can attach a pop up green screen, diffusor, reflector, heavy lights, etc...) and also great for narrative and film work on-set.

Thanks again OP.
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