Photoflex Telescopic Litedisc Holder - 36-67" (91-170cm)

BH #PHLDHT • MFR #870256
Photoflex
Photoflex Telescopic Litedisc Holder - 36-67" (91-170cm)
Key Features
  • Swivel Mount
  • Reflector Disc Clips
The Photoflex Telescopic Litedisc Holder is adjustable, easy to swivel and rotate for precise position. The Holder extends from 36 to 67".

The Litedisc Holder comes complete. It includes an extension arm, lightstand attachment and two movable spring clips.

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$78.95
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Photoflex 870256 Overview

The Photoflex Telescopic Litedisc Holder is adjustable, easy to swivel and rotate for precise position. The Holder extends from 36 to 67".

The Litedisc Holder comes complete. It includes an extension arm, lightstand attachment and two movable spring clips.

The Litedisc Holder fits and locks to the top of any lightstand that has a Baby (5/8") top stud.

Holds the smallest 12" Litedisc, up to the largest 52" and 41" x 74" oval Litediscs (A sandbag for your stand is suggested for larger discs)
May be used as a boom for a small light fixture
UPC: 799245002152

Photoflex 870256 Specs

Extension36 - 67" ((91 - 170cm)
MountBaby (5/8") -- receptor for stand, spigot for small fixture
2 Clips for reflector disc
Weight3.2 lbs (1.45kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)41 x 5.5 x 4.6"
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The Photoflex Telescopic LiteDisc Holder (870256) is built more for the LiteDisc than to hold accessories. There isn't much to counter balance. There is a 3/8 stud at the back end, and a flush-top 5/8 stud at the front end. A light-weight mike may be able to be attached to either end.
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Would one of these holders hold the larger 42 x 72 rectangular discs or would we need two to hold in in place?
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definitely 2 ! And you still need sandbags! But it works awesome as long as it's not too windy. The wind can be challenging.
Answered by: MELISSA J.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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