This 10.7' Avenger C-Stand features chrome-plated steel construction and a 3-section column with 2 risers. The innovative design of the base allows the individual legs to be set at any angle allowing positioning in locations not possible with classic stands. The legs fold flat for easy storage.
- Chrome-plated Steel Construction
- 3 Sections, 2 Risers
- Fixed Base
Avenger C-Stand 33 Overview
- 2Fold Away Legs
- 3Quick Set Up
- 4Durable Finish
- 5Captive Handles
Avenger C-Stand 33 Specs
|Stand Type||1 x C-Stand|
|Maximum Working Height||10.7' / 3.3 m|
|Minimum Working Height||4.4' / 1.3 m|
|Load Capacity||22 lb / 10 kg|
|Closed Length||4.4' / 1.3 m|
|Stand/Column Top Mount||5/8" Stud|
|Accepts Second Riser||No|
|Column Diameter||1.38" / 35 mm|
1.18" / 30 mm
0.98" / 25 mm
|Number of Sections||3|
|Footprint Diameter||3.1' / 0.95 m|
|Weight||12.1 lb / 5.5 kg|
|Package Weight||18.1 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||54 x 23 x 3"|
Avenger C-Stand 33 Reviews
Overpriced Cheap Trash
really a bummer. these cost significantly more than the impact brand, and I thought they would be of higher quality, but the metal is thin and rickety, the hardware is less robust. they just feel like trash compared to a good matthews or impact stand. i bought 8 of these and I am returning them to get better quality from another brand
This is a heavy duty stand that seems capable of handling anything mounted on it. The largest amount I've put to it is appx. 5kg but I think it could easily handle the 10kg it is rated for. Very satisfied and planning on buying another.
Great C-stand/grip arm combo
This is the second Avenger C-stand/grip arm combo I have purchased, this one for on-location shoots so I don't have to break down and lug the one I now can have permanently in the studio. I use it mainly for a hair light, fitted with a Profoto B1X head and gridded beauty dish. The arm (with a sandbag counterweight at the other end of the arm) is long enough so the hair light can extend and come almost from straight above my subject.
Sturdy, delivered on time. Does
This is a very sturdy stand for my studio strobes. Even on the boom it holds my soft box or beauty dish securely. I do wish the ends of the boom arm had screws on them. The boom simply ends and you either have to put the light on the clamp with a small extender, or screw it onto the smooth end of the arm itself. So long as everything stays tight all is good, but I do worry about using the boom at a downward angle and the light loosening then slipping off. It hasn't happened, and I put it on tight, but I would have preferred screw on adapters or a detent at the end for the mounting screw to go into, to hold the light more securely.
Worth every dollar!
I've seen Avengers stands with 10 years of heavy lifting and still going strong which is why this brand was a no brainer. They are heavier than some other brands, but I personally like that as I don't worry about tipping when a smaller payload is on top. They also stack well in the back of a vehicle. Black is a huge plus.
Much taller than expected
This is a great C-Stand. It is rock solid and much tall than I expected.
The pinnacle of c-stands
The pinnacle of c-stands, provided you don't need to take the base off.
DO NOT PURCHASE. POOR QC
Purchased 2 of these and the bottom legs don't lock. Half of the bottom piece is an incorrect part. An unstable c-stand is a useless one.
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