STUDIO TITAN AMERICA STA-01-360 Professional Studio Camera Stand

STUDIO TITAN AMERICA STA-01-360 Professional Studio Camera Stand

STUDIO TITAN AMERICA STA-01-360 Professional Studio Camera Stand

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STUDIO TITAN AMERICA STA-01-360 Professional Studio Camera Stand

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  • Maximum Height: 70.9"
  • Weight: 66.1 lb
  • CNC-Machined Studio Stand
  • Smooth Motion on Z & Y Axis with Lock
  • Counterweight Allows Single-Handed Use
  • Three Swiveling Casters for Movement
  • Foot Plungers Lock Base & Dampen Shake
  • Optional Computer Shelf is Available
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The STA-01-360 Professional Studio Camera Stand from Studio Titan America is a 66.1 lb, CNC-machined support that can be used in a studio setting for portraiture, food, or product photography. The camera platform has a smooth sliding motion on both the Z and Y Axis because of a built-in counterweight inside the column. The platform has room to mount a camera with a head on one side, and an optional computer shelf for your laptop on the opposite side.

The platform, which can be operated with one hand, can reach a maximum height of 70.9". The studio stand's base has a low center of gravity and three swiveling casters to move the stand across the floor. To lock the position of the stand on the floor, simply step on the three foot plungers, which also dampen vibrations.

Camera platform raises to a maximum height of 70.9", and the CNC-machined stand weighs 66.1 lb
Built-in counterweight in the column allows for smooth one-handed operation of the camera platform
The low center of gravity base has three swiveling caster wheels, which lock into place by stepping on the foot plungers
Locking the base with the foot plungers also dampens vibrations and minimizes the stand's shake
UPC: 627843908920
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STUDIO TITAN AMERICA STA-01-360 Professional Studio Camera Stand
  • Allen Key
  • Limited 90-Day Warranty
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    STUDIO TITAN AMERICA 01-360 specs

    Height Column: 70.9" / 180 cm
    Overall Height: 75.6" / 192 cm
    Width 33.5" / 85 cm
    Footprint Diameter 35.4" / 90 cm
    Weight 66.1 lb / 30 kg
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    Package Weight 49.25 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 78.0 x 10.5 x 10.5"

    STUDIO TITAN AMERICA 01-360 reviews

    STA-01-360 Professional Studio Camera Stand is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 4.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great product, IF you receive all of the parts. The stand is good. The column flexes a little more off vertical than I would like, but I think a change to full-locking casters (both roll and spin locked) might help. Will be trying that out. The real problem here is with Quality Control. The stand arrived with paint chipped and flaking here and there, and with critical parts missing: one of the two bolts to hold the cross bar to the column was missing, and one of two bolts to hold the basket assembly was missing as well. One of the bolts to hold a tripod head was loose in the box, probably contributed some of the paint damage. Two allen wrenches are needed, only one was in the parts bag. One is used for most assembly, but the bolt at the top of the column that frees the counterweight requires a smaller wrench. The instructions say to use the provided tools (plural) but only the one was provided. So I'd recommend snagging a set of metric allen wrenches if you don't already have them. I was lucky there, had a set. Also, the basket mounting bracket on the column was rattling and loose. It took an entirely different metric allen wrench to tighten it back down, so having the set for this stand is probably just a good overall plan. So after spending a couple hours trekking to and from the 'depot' to get the metric bolts and associated washers, waiting in checkout, etc. I was able to complete the assembly. The provided 'instructions' (different versions in the box and online) are slightly better than ikea's, I guess. Fortunately, it is mostly straight forward, presuming you have all the parts and tools. I'll report back once I have used it for a while, but I am very disappointed to have such a disagreeable start with this product/company. Ordering from B&H saves a LOT of shipping costs compared to ordering directly from the company itself, btw.
    Date published: 2018-07-06
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from would be 5 stars, but sloppy QC The design is good, works well, no complaints there. But the boxes arrived missing one wrench and multiple bolts/washers, and loose hardware damaging the paint. Since there is no parts list, I had to take items with me to the hardware store to find replacements. One of the bolts and washers for mounting the horizontal arm was completely missing, as was one for mounting the basket. The bracket that holds the basket was mounted loosely, and it took a different metric allen wrench size than the single wrench provided. As did the top bolt that frees the counterbalance. One of the head mount bolts was not installed in a head plate, and was rattling around in the packaging, scuffing up and chipping paint. The instructions are better than Ikea's, but only just. Missing parts amplifies the problems. Make sure you have both metric and regular allen wrenches (the head mounts are not metric -- appropriately -- but you might need more allen wrenches if your's is also missing a wrench. Inspect all the packaging to find any loose bits. So after a couple hours spent going to/from the 'depot' to get replacement parts, the stand is up and working. I like it, but very disappointed about the process to get to this point. I did find it better to order from B&H than directly from Studio Titan, since B&H shipped it for free, and it would have been over $200 from them.
    Date published: 2018-07-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent stand, well designed, and a pleasure to use. (Disclosure: I have only had this stand for a couple of days, but here are my thoughts and opinions.) This stand is very well designed. It basically allows (a) vertical adjustments of height, and (b) horizontal adjustments on one axis only (the casing does not rotate around the centre column; it slides straight up and down the vertical column, and allows the horizontal arm to slide through from side to side). The vertical stand has a hexagonal cross-section that restricts any rotational movement of the fitted sleeve. There is a metric scale on the vertical centre column, and the horizontal arm allowing for precise adjustments. The travel of the vertical and horizontal adjustments are very smooth and there is no play in the movements. It's very satisfying to adjust. I find myself standing there and making these adjustments just for the fun of it! It seems like I'll be able to make any given adjustment in a matter of seconds; something that would take five to ten minutes with my tripod. On my particular stand, the centre column carriage doesn't travel the full range of the vertical stand. Its travel stops at about 10cm from the top of vertical travel section and about 10cm from the bottom of the column's vertical travel section. So, if these outer extremes of the height range are important to you and your photography, this may be important. (It's of no particular issue to me and is fine as is). This may be an easy fix though, e.g., by adjusting the internal counter balance / wire setup. The counterweight seems to have been designed to balance a (1) camera, (2) tripod head, and probably a (3) laptop. I don't have a laptop attached to the horizontal arm so I have added a sandbag and a couple of 2.5 kg weights. My gear is now perfectly balanced and, after releasing the locking knob, can be raised or lowered with the touch of a finger. The concrete floor where I have the stand is not perfectly level, so I have made a wooden base for the stand. My custom base has adjustable feet, allowing me to level the stand and set the vertical stand to exactly 90. (I had initially thought the [two - not three as in the description] foot plungers were adjustable and allowed levelling of the stand; but they do not.) As with the other reviewer, the centre column carriage was missing one of its two bolts (M6 I think, perhaps 16mm in length), and its split washer, and a second regular washer. I borrowed an identical bolt from the basket attachment, and used that for the fix. I later bought a replacement bolt and some washers to finish the setup. During shipping, a nut had vibrated loose from a bolt on a leg connector, and escaped from a hole in the shipping box. So I also had to purchase one of these from the hardware store. It was an M8 nut. It didn't worry me though, because I love the hardware store and it had been a few weeks since I had visited! Overall, and at this stage, I will give this a 5/5 because it is a pleasure to use, it works very well, and the price was right. It also offers the hard-to-find advantage (depending on your needs, of course) of offering two independent axes of movement (side to side, and up and down) which, for my purposes, was exactly what I was looking for. I would fully recommend it for anyone who is looking for a reasonably priced stand that offers precision and performance.
    Date published: 2018-07-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent stand, well designed, and a pleasure to use. (Note: I have only had the stand for a coupe of days, so these are just my initial impressions). This stand is very well designed. It basically allows (a) vertical adjustments of height, and (b) horizontal adjustments on one axis only (the casing does not rotate around the centre column; it slides straight up and down the vertical column, and allows the horizontal arm to slide through from side to side). The vertical stand has a hexagonal cross-section that restricts any rotational movement of the fitted sleeve. There is a metric scale on the vertical centre column, and the horizontal arm allowing for precise adjustments. The travel of the vertical and horizontal adjustments are very smooth and there is no play in the movements. It's very satisfying to adjust. I find myself standing there and making these adjustments just for the fun of it! It seems like I'll be able to make any given adjustment in a matter of seconds; something that would take five to ten minutes with my tripod. On my particular stand, the centre column carriage doesn't travel the full range of the vertical stand. Its travel stops at about 10cm from the top of vertical travel section and about 10cm from the bottom of the column's vertical travel section. So, if these outer extremes of the height range are important to you and your photography, this may be important. (It's of no particular issue to me and is fine as is). This may be an easy fix though, e.g., by adjusting the internal counter balance / wire setup. The counterweight seems to have been designed to balance a (1) camera, (2) tripod head, and probably a (3) laptop. I don't have a laptop attached to the horizontal arm so I have added a sandbag and a couple of 1.25 kg weights. My gear is now perfectly balanced and, after releasing the locking knob, can be raised or lowered with the touch of a finger. The concrete floor where I have the stand is not perfectly level, so I have made a wooden base for the stand. My custom base has adjustable feet, allowing me to level the stand and set the vertical stand to exactly 90. (I had initially thought the [two - not three as written in the product description] foot plungers were adjustable allowing levelling of the stand; but they do not.) As with the other reviewer, the centre column carriage was missing one of its two bolts (M8, about 16mm thread length), and its split washer, and a second regular washer. I borrowed an identical bolt from the basket attachment, and used that for the fix. I later bought a replacement bolt and some washers to finish the setup. During shipping, a nut had vibrated loose from a bolt on a leg connector, and had escaped from a hole in the shipping box. So I also had to purchase one of these from the hardware store. It was an M8 nut. It didn't worry me though, because I love the hardware store and it had been a few weeks since I had visited! Overall, and at this stage, I will give this a 5/5 because it is a pleasure to use, it works very well, and the price was right. It also offers the hard-to-find advantage (depending on your needs, of course) of offering two independent axes of movement (side to side, and up and down) which, for my purposes, was exactly what I was looking for. I would fully recommend it for anyone who is looking for a reasonably priced stand that offers precision and performance.
    Date published: 2018-08-29
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