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    Re: Alternative Studio Camera Stands

    Thanks!
    I knew about those

    The Home Depot table is non electric, heavier duty, has casters and a wood top

    I will add some wood bits, maybe even bench wood dogs


    I saw the HD item in store last year, now is time

    Just ordered, no drawers

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    Re: Alternative Studio Camera Stands

    I just ordered one of these today:
    https://www.rockwelltools.com/index....support-stand/

    Supposably adjustable from 29 to 43 inches - swivel and rotating head - supports up to 220 lbs.
    I'm figuring to cut down a piece of plywood for a top and giving it a try. Even if it doesn't work it still looks like a handy gadget to have around the shop.

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    Re: Alternative Studio Camera Stands

    Like!

    Please review asap

    Sure looks good to me

    I need to know how low we can go with locking wheels

    Quote Originally Posted by kmack View Post
    I just ordered one of these today:
    https://www.rockwelltools.com/index....support-stand/

    Supposably adjustable from 29 to 43 inches - swivel and rotating head - supports up to 220 lbs.
    I'm figuring to cut down a piece of plywood for a top and giving it a try. Even if it doesn't work it still looks like a handy gadget to have around the shop.

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    Re: Alternative Studio Camera Stands

    I once had the pleasure of picking up a Saltzman "stand" or "tripod". Boss man at the time said "take 3 people". I was like, huh? 3 guys? This Saltzman literally took 3 of us and I think one more to move. One might as well build a concrete block with a 1/4-20 sticking out of the top.

    Looks like you are the demographics that have very CREATIVE ways of making bongs. "hey man, grab the watermelon, I have an idea...."
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    Re: Alternative Studio Camera Stands

    I was in a room with a Saltzman stand, wonderful gear

    I watch 'Funny Face' yearly just to see one in use

    I should have not sold the head for it

    Quote Originally Posted by ericantonio View Post
    I once had the pleasure of picking up a Saltzman "stand" or "tripod". Boss man at the time said "take 3 people". I was like, huh? 3 guys? This Saltzman literally took 3 of us and I think one more to move. One might as well build a concrete block with a 1/4-20 sticking out of the top.

    Looks like you are the demographics that have very CREATIVE ways of making bongs. "hey man, grab the watermelon, I have an idea...."

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