Manfrotto Mini Still Life Shooting Table Frame (Black)

BH #MA320PSLB • MFR #320PSLB
Key Features
  • Frame Only, Separately Purchased Surface
  • Easy Assembly
  • Optional Wheels and Other Accessories
The black Mini Still Life Shooting Table Frame from Manfrotto is an ideal choice for photographers who are shooting small to medium products like jewelry or art objects and want to depict items that seem to float in space without a horizon line. This listing is for the frame only. Separate purchase of the Perspex acrylic shooting surface is required for use.
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Manfrotto Mini Still Life Shooting Table Frame (Black)

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Manfrotto 320PSLB Overview

The black Mini Still Life Shooting Table Frame from Manfrotto is an ideal choice for photographers who are shooting small to medium products like jewelry or art objects and want to depict items that seem to float in space without a horizon line. This listing is for the frame only. Separate purchase of the Perspex acrylic shooting surface is required for use.

The frame consists of tubular aluminum sections that you assemble, using the included Allen wrench. The tilting back is 61.8" high and the separately purchased Perspex measures 59 x 30.7". Wheels and other accessories are available for the table.

Place your lights above, below, or behind this table for dramatic, or high-key lighting effects.
Front legs adjust for perspective control.
Use this size for small size setups. The separately purchased, translucent Perspex surface panel measures 59 x 30.7" (150 x 78 cm).
UPC: 719821346890

Manfrotto 320PSLB Specs

Material of ConstructionAluminum
FinishBlack
AdjustmentsTilting back
DimensionsSeparately Purchased Perspex Surface: 59 x 30.7" (150 x 78 cm)
Distance from Floor to Surface: 27.56" (70 cm)
Height: 61.8" (157 cm)
Weight15.4 lb (7.0 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight14.95 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)38 x 8.5 x 6"
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