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Lastolite 5 x 7' Super White Vinyl Train for the HiLite

B&H # LAVTSW57 Mfr # LL LB8858
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You Pay: $94.95

This Lastolite Vinyl Train is an accessory for the HiLite background. It provides a white surface to cover the floor and allows for full-length photographs. It is made of vinyl, which makes it easy to remove shoe scuffs and tracked footprints if they occur.

Dimensions 5 x 7' (1.5 x 2.1 m)
Lastolite 5 x 7' Super White Vinyl Train for the HiLite
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    Lastolite5 x 7' Super White Vinyl Train for the HiLite
     
    3.0

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    3.0

    Slightly over rated

    By waverydr

    from Camarillo, CA

    About Me Semi-pro Photographer

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    Pros

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Indoors

        Comments about Lastolite 5 x 7' Super White Vinyl Train for the HiLite:

        I have to add light to the train to keep a hi key full length shot background the same tone. It does however wipe off easy...saving on paper.

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        3.0

        Easy to use but...

        By chrishatcher[@]

        from Pasadena, CA

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        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Portable
        • Quick Setup

        Cons

        • Doesn't photograph well
        • Looks sloppy
        • Plush carpet not recomd

        Best Uses

        • Cover carpet

        Comments about Lastolite 5 x 7' Super White Vinyl Train for the HiLite:

        The white vinyl train is nice but looks sloppy. It come rolled up in a tube that crinkles the vinyl and is really hard to straighten up when photographing full lengths. I taped it to the ground but still looks funny in the pictures. Gets foot prints and scuffs easy, not easy to clean.

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