Savage Drop Stand Light Stand (13')

BH #SADS013 • MFR #DS-013
Savage
Savage Drop Stand Light Stand (13')
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 15 lb
  • Maximum Height: 13'
  • Minimum Height: 47"
  • Folded Length: 45"
The 13' Drop Stand Light Stand from Savage extends from a minimum height of 47" to a maximum height of 13', offering a load capacity of 15 lb. It folds down to 45" and weighs 6 lb for easy transport. This stand features auto-extending and collapsing legs, with air cushioning for quick, secure repositioning and breaking down after a shoot. A reversible 1/4"-20 to 3/8" stud adapter is usable on either the top or side of the stand.
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Savage Drop Stand 13' Overview

The 13' Drop Stand Light Stand from Savage extends from a minimum height of 47" to a maximum height of 13', offering a load capacity of 15 lb. It folds down to 45" and weighs 6 lb for easy transport. This stand features auto-extending and collapsing legs, with air cushioning for quick, secure repositioning and breaking down after a shoot. A reversible 1/4"-20 to 3/8" stud adapter is usable on either the top or side of the stand.

UPC: 731409004749

Savage Drop Stand 13' Specs

Stand Type1 x General Purpose Stand
Maximum Working Height13' / 4 m
Minimum Working Height47.2" / 120 cm
Load Capacity15 lb / 6.80 kg
Collapsed Height45.3" / 115 cm
Mounting
Stand/Column Top Mount5/8" Receiver
Included Adapter1 x 5/8" Stud with Reversible 1/4"-20 & 3/8"-16 Male
Features
Accepts Second RiserNo
Air CushionedYes
Detachable BaseNo
Leveling LegNo
Reverse LegsNo
General
FinishBlack
MaterialAluminum
Weight6 lb / 2.7 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)47.5 x 5 x 5"
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What is the footprint of this stand?
Asked by: Danny
The three legs fit into a 39" circle. Great stand with only one minor annoyance. When lifted to reposition even slightly the legs fold up, which they are supposed to do but if lifted too high they return to the fully closed position and require a free hand to begin to spread them apart.
Answered by: Rick
Date published: 2021-07-10
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