Manfrotto Large Still Life Shooting Table with 79 x 49" Plexiglass Panel

Manfrotto Large Still Life Shooting Table with 79 x 49" Plexiglass Panel

Manfrotto Large Still Life Shooting Table with 79 x 49" Plexiglass Panel

B&H # MA220 MFR # 220
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This is the larger of two Manfrotto Still Life Shooting Tables. It consists of tubular aluminum sections that you assemble, using the included lever-lock clamps.
The white translucent plexiglass mounts with touch fastener tape, with a curve in the foreground. The background may be tilted/bent upward and locked into place, to any angle up to 90°, for totally seamless backgrounds

Place your lights above, below, or behind this table for dramatic, or high-key lighting effects.
Assembles and breaks down easily without tools.
Optional wheels are available (104G).
Use this size for small to medium size setups. The plexiglass panel measures 78.8 x 49.25" (200 x 125 cm).
UPC: 719821174882
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Manfrotto Large Still Life Shooting Table with 79 x 49" Plexiglass Panel
  • 14 x Aluminum tube sections
  • 14 x Lever-lock clamps
  • 2 x Heavy Duty swivel clamps
  • White plexiglass panel - 78.8 x 49.25"
  • White Touch Fastener Tape with adhesive backing
  • 2-Year Warranty + Additional 3-Years after Registering Online or by Mail
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    Manfrotto 220 specs

    Height 32.7" (83 cm)
    Back raises to 76" (1.9 M)
    Dimensions 78.8 x 49.25" (200 x 125 cm)
    Weight 41 lbs (18.6 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 67.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 86.5 x 55.0 x 10.0"

    Manfrotto 220 reviews

    Large Still Life Shooting Table with 79 x 49" Plexiglass Panel is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 17.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for Product/Catalog Photography This table is great for catalog photography as well as product photography where you need control of shadows. You are able to shoot with light transmitting through the white plexi to give you a stark white background where your subject appears to be floating. Although you have the option to dial it down to increase the shadow from your main light or turn it off and have the look of a traditional seamless background material. It's very light and portable yet constructed well and very sturdy. A little challenging to put the plexi in place, but well worth that minor inconvenience.
    Date published: 2011-03-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mafrotto Still Life Table Instructions 1. Plan on keeping this table set up, it does take up some room. 2. Taking the clips on and off the plexiglass scratches it, storing the plexiglass against a wall scratches it unless covered with something soft.3. It takes 3 people to effectively set this up.4. It takes about two hours to set this up, (& two to take it apart)5. The included instructions are woeful.6. Look at photos online to see how it should look when complete and how many clips to use.7. Sort the poles in to the same sizes.8. Slide two clamps on to each leg and a third on to the top of each leg, do up enough so the clamps do not slide around.9. Slide the clamps attached to the uprights onto the back of horizontal table bed, with the curved front, leaving enough room for another clamp to attach at the back.10. Attach a short pole between a pair of front and back legs, (wheel attached), repeat.11. Attach a long pole between the two front legs and another between the two rear legs.12. Attach the Long curved table top poles to the legs.13. Attach a long pole with the short clamps on each end between the two horizontal curved poles, at the very end of the pole.14. Attach a long pole between the two uprights, at the very end.By this stage you should have a standing table frame, wonky and not particularly square.15. Using a tape measure and position all of the clamps at the same distance from pole ends, do them up firm but not too tight.16. Using a tape measure, measure the diagonal, corner to corner, squeeze together opposite corners or pull apart until the distances measure the same. Lock off the clamps. Double check all measurements for square and the same height.17. Lay the uprights back and measure to ensure they are uniform, using a plumbob or similar, the top of the uprights should be about 40cm back from the rear legs.18. Placing the plexiglass on requires two people on each side and one to place the clamps on.19. Position the plexiglass over the stand and hold upright a little with the front end down near the cross bar, the clamping person holds the plexiglass down on the bar and the two people on each side place a hand beneath the plexiglass and allow it to bend back. Ensure that the plexiglass is centred and even on the front bar and clamp it in place with two clamps. Place the straight edge of the clamp on the plexiglass and now slide it over the pole.20. Allow the plexiglass to lay down on the frame and check for square, place a clamp on each of the horizontal poles, one on each of the uprights and adjust the top cross support until the top of the pole meets up with the top of the plexiglass, place two clamps to secure the plexiglass at the top.21. If you are going to take this apart get a permanent marker and mark the positions of all the clamps.22. If you are going to leave this set up, it needs to be covered with perhaps a large sheet. Also place some foam over each corner of the plexiglass to protect it and people walking past.23. Clean before and after each shoot, every bit of dust will appear in your photographs.24. If you should break the plexiglass, yes it does happen, especially if you are taking it apart, you will need to replace it, usually available locally from either a photographic supplier or some who sell plexiglass, it is NOT cheap, also budget to replace the plexiglass due to wear and tear, polishing it with car polish helps.Hope this helps,Tony.
    Date published: 2015-12-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Highly Recommended Product I thought this shooting table was relatively easy to set up, at least compared to the experience I've had setting up the Delta, which is about the same size. I like the fact that all the parts can be taken apart again fairly easily, so I can store it when not in use. This is a high-quality product compared to those offered by the competitors. It's lightweight, and comes with the wheels and the plexi, so there's no added hassle ordering those parts later. It's definitely worth spending a little more to get this over the Delta. My one complaint about this shooting table would be that the plexi was a bit difficult to affix to the table. Make sure to have two people helping out for this last step in the assembly process, and read instructions carefully. Fortunately, we had no cracks in our plexi, but at times it seemed to bend in ways that would indicate a break would be likely. Overall, good product for the money.
    Date published: 2011-01-19
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from pretty good table Even though it goes together fairly easily, the instructions stink. They basically give you a photography and from that you have to figure out where everything is supposed to go. That said, once you get it together it is light and because of the wheels on the back you can easily move it. I have to break it down and set it it on a regular basis and it's not too bad. The clips that keep the plex on could have been designed better, but they do they job. I would buy it again
    Date published: 2011-12-15
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Table, Terrible instructions I purchased this table for a specific project and it has been well worth the price. It is sturdy, the wheels lock solidly and the hight is perfect. I was a little apprehensive at first to bend the plexiglass all the way down in the front but after having done so, I can tell you it will not break.Construction was a challenge! The instructions show a pictographic representation of the assembled table with numbers along the structural support. The numbers do not appear on the support peaces themselves so it took some time before I realized the numbers were meant to be measurements in length.The instructions for assembly simple say put the table together, the instruction for placing the plexiglass however are informative and thorough.All in all after you get through building the table it as an excellent studio shooting table.
    Date published: 2014-09-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good product but you need support to assemble. I used this product for small objects and macro abstract photography. The frame is very sturdy along with the locking tube connections. The ability to adjust the Plexiglas from horizontal to 90 degrees is also a plus. Due to the position of the frame I have a large working area for under lighting shooting without showing the shadow of the frame work. The assembling of the table using the instructions and diagrams can be a little challenging. I used two helpers plus myself to set and clip the Plexiglas on the frame to prevent any damage to the glass.
    Date published: 2016-03-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding I give the product 5 stars. I give the instructions a big fat zero. Very cool table
    Date published: 2013-10-24
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shoot table Table works great sturdy when assembled. Easy to assemble, takes about 45 minutes the first time, then about 30 mins when you leave clamps in place. I used this on location for a large client so I had to travel with it, assemble and disassemble in their warehouse. I recommend a large lightstand bag to hold all the pieces. The plexiglass works great, can be challenging to clamp to the base as you apply a good amount of pressure to get it in place. It has beautiful even light when backlit with softboxes.
    Date published: 2017-05-16
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