The Beseler CS Digital/Photo-Video Copy Stand has an updated counterbalance and is suitable for cameras and digital backs weighing up to 16 lb. The enhanced CS Digital/Photo Video Copy Stand emulates the rigid twin E-channel centerbraced column so popular in the 45V-XL enlarger chassis design. A rack and pinion elevation system positions your still, digital or video camera where it can be easily locked into position. Three axis, lateral adjustments and alignments are easily made using the camera platform bracket. The 44" tall column is securely mounted to a 22 x 28" (559 x 711 mm) baseboard. Maximum recommended copy is 20 x 20" (508 x 508 mm).
NOTE: This item contains a column and baseboard. It DOES NOT include any lights.
Heavy duty copy stand for multiple applications including photo, video and digital use
How do you level the camera in the X and Y direction?
Asked by: Andrew
There are three axis of adjstment that can be made using the camera platform bracket. For presice alignment I suggest getting a Bubble level if you don't already have one. Vello Three-Axis Hot-Shoe Bubble Level for Standard 35mm SLR Cameras
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Answered by: Gary
Date published: 2021-07-28
This copy stand requires an adapter for digital SLRS. Where do I find this adapter?
Asked by: Anonymous
I was surprised to find out that the included mounting bolt was in fact too long to attach a camera without a spacer of some kind. The threads fit a standard camera tripod mount, but it's just too long to pull the camera flush...at least all of the cameras I have. I've since added a quick release plate that allows me to easily attach/remove cameras. That fixed it, but it was a little frustrating at first.
Answered by: Nicholas K.
Date published: 2020-10-06
Our Museum purchased the Beseler CS Digital/Photo-Video Copy Stand Model 4211 from B&H. We tried to attach a digital SLR camera or 35mm to it but the camera attachment screw is too long (much longer than the CS14 screw). The instructions mention that some cameras require an adapter. What is this adapter called and where can we get it?
Asked by: Anonymous
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