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  1. I guess this would be similar to what is used for movies. I'm using for copy stand use. Light stand doesn't have to be this bomb proof, but don't want flimsy stands like the ones that hold sheet music. Barndoors are a plus as well as casters. Lights don't have to be that big. These were from the Kaiser website, but it looks like they don't make them any longer or you can't buy in the USA. (If you like the copy stand it is $16,000.) I have been using some cheap LED panel lights. They cost $125 and work fine. But I need bigger lights and more flex with floor movement rather than baseboard mounting. <><><><> Selection from Men's Magazine Collection / DDTJRAC Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Archival Collection Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Small Gauge Film Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Advertising Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. VHS Video Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Popular Culture Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Audio Archive Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Social Documentary Photography Product photos: Kaiser, B&H / Fair Use
  2. Selling Vocas MB-450 Matte Box Kit with added side flag kit, top flag and externally operated eyebrows It comes with two fully rotatable 5,65”x5,65” filter trays as well as one fixed 4”x5.65” tray. It also features a rigid compartment in the front end of the matte box that can house either a matte, a fourth filter frame or the new patented tilt filter unit. A 16:9 matte and three filter frames are included with the base MB-450 set. INCLUDED · MB-450 Mattebox · 510mm wide foldable carbon fibre top flag #0430-0002 · 1pc. Filter holder 121 mm wide 4"x5,65" #0410-0001 · 1pc. Filter holder 150 mm wide combo 4"x4" / 4"x5,65" horizontal #0410-0002 · 1pc. Filter holder 150 mm wide combo 5,65"x5,65" / 4"x5,65" Vertical #0410-0003 · 1pc. mask (16:9) 1pc. hinged top flag #0430-0002 · Side flag kit (barndoors) · Rubber donut set New everything was just over $4K. This is in excellent condition and has only been used a few times. Asking $2200 obo Please email my assistant Deb at bigdreamsdeb@gmail.com with any questions or offers. Thanks Scott Snare
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