Manfrotto 320 Mini Still Life Shooting Table (Black Frame) with 59 x 30" Plexiglass Panel

Manfrotto 320 Mini Still Life Shooting Table (Black Frame) with 59 x 30" Plexiglass Panel

Manfrotto 320 Mini Still Life Shooting Table (Black Frame) with 59 x 30" Plexiglass Panel

B&H # MA320B MFR # 320B
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The Manfrotto 320B Mini Still Life Shooting Table is the smaller of two Manfrotto Still Life Shooting Tables. It consists of tubular aluminum sections that you assemble, using the included allen wrench.
The white translucent plexiglass mounts with touch fastener tape, and may be tilted/bent upward and locked into place, to any angle up to 90°, for totally seamless backgrounds.
Although there is no provision for a curved foreground, the height of the front legs is adjustable, to provide altering of perspective.

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 plexiglass panel measures 59 x 30" (150 x 76 cm).
In the Box
Manfrotto 320 Mini Still Life Shooting Table (Black Frame) with 59 x 30" Plexiglass Panel
  • 8- Aluminum tube sections
  • 4- Telescopic tube sections
  • 12- Clamps
  • 1- White plexiglass panel - 59 x 30"
  • White Touch Fastener Tape with adhesive backing
  • Allen wrench
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    • 1Description
    Height 27.5" (70 cm)
    Back raises to 62" (1.6 M)
    Dimensions 59 x 30" (150 x 76 cm)
    Weight 22 lbs (10 kg)
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    Package Weight 30.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 66.0 x 38.0 x 6.5"
    320 Mini Still Life Shooting Table (Black Frame) with 59 x 30" Plexiglass Panel is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Don't know how I ever lived without it. I use this shooting table for commercial work, product and stills and also for some of my own fine art photography. It is very well constructed and pretty quick to assemble and disassemble, if need be. I love not having to jury rig my own props anymore to get a result that this table gives me so easily.
    Date published: 2010-05-04
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from well functioning shooting table The directions to put it together leave a little bit to be desired. (like words!) But, if you take your time, look closely at the pictures, it'll all come together. Once assembled, it's easy to use. Move it around, make adjustments, set up lights. Definitely adds another dimension to still life photography- namely, you can easily light from underneath. Other than that though, you might get by fine without it. Hard to see why it's so expensive. I suppose a lot of that is because they don't sell that many.
    Date published: 2014-07-23
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