Lencarta Heavy Duty Century Stand With Boom Arm
- Product Code: STA104
- Availability: In Stock
- Ex Tax: £83.32
Heavy Duty Century Stand With Boom Arm
AN OVERVIEW :
Century stands (also known as C stands) have always been used in the movie industry, where very heavy duty and highly adjustable stands are essential. This model includes a strong and fully adjustable boom arm, which can be removed if not required. The century stand can be adjusted to any angle, including a near vertical point and can also be adjusted for length. A second boom arm can also be fitted if needed. Its 3 legs can each be swivelled independently, and all metal parts are chrome plated. This C stand can, if required, be taken apart for storage and transportation.
- Heavy Duty Stainless steel construction
- Load capacity of up to 10kg
- Can reach a maximum height of 300cm
- Incredibly stable stands have a strong footprint of 72cm
- Minimum Height: 130cm
- Maximum Height: 300cm
- Stand Footprint: 72cm
- Weight: 11kg
- Stand Material: Steel
- Colour: Chrome Silver
WHAT'S IN THE BOX?
- 1 x Solid Steel Stand Shaft
- 3 x Independent Legs
- 1 x 120cm Solid Steel Boom Arm
- 1 x Adjustable Hinge Joint Clamp
Safe Working Load:
It is impossible to provide an accurate and meaningful safe working load figure for any boom arm. With one of the stand legs pointing directly towards the flash head, and with both the height and the arm extension set to the minium, it will be safe with a load weight (flash head and modifier) of up to 10kg. But if these conditions are not met then the safe working load will be lower.
With all boom arms, is is essential for safety, and to prevent damage to the product, to:
1. Arrange the stand so that one leg is pointing directly towards the flash head
2. Please adjust the effective length of the boom in order to ensure that the stand is not unbalanced. Overtightening the boom arm clamp to compensate for an unbalanced boom is unsafe and will shorten the life of your boom arm.
Check out this video review. It's in french, but If you turn on the translating subtitles you'll get the idea.