MyStudio MS32 Tabletop Photo Studio Kit with Fluorescent Lighting

MyStudio MS32 Tabletop Photo Studio Kit with Fluorescent Lighting

MyStudio MS32 Tabletop Photo Studio Kit with Fluorescent Lighting

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Product Highlights

  • 32 x 32 x 16" / 81 x 81 x 40.6cm
  • Useful for Small to Mid-Sized Products
  • Daylight-Balanced, 5000K Lights
  • 120 VAC

Light Source: Fluorescent

Fluorescent LED
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Designed for self-employed photographers who work on the go, the MS32 Tabletop Photo Studio Kit with Fluorescent Lighting from MyStudio gives you the tools you need to create great images on a budget. Included with this kit is a 32 x 32 x 16" cyclorama background, an aluminum stand, two 5000K daylight-balanced fluorescent lights complete with overhead reflectors, and two 9 x 12" bounce cards.

Say goodbye to wrinkled seamless paper or time-intensive post-production retouching. Instead, your product seems to float in infinity on a clean, white piece of durable, washable ABS plastic. The overhead light sources are color-balanced, digital-friendly 5000K fixtures on an adjustable stand, which wraps light around your objects and can be further directed with the supplied bounce cards.

Made in several sizes from 20 to 64 inches in width, MyStudio solves the field-of-view problems evident in photo tents when the edges of the background appear in your image. Whether you're shooting coins, jewelry, cosmetics, objects d'art, electronics, car parts or handbags, there's a MyStudio Tabletop Cyc Kit to fit your needs.

The MyStudio 32 offers an expanded 90-degree corner module. It measures 32 x 32 x 16" (81 x 81 x 40.6cm). The 16" height provides additional headroom for taller objects. This product is 120 VAC for use in North America and areas that use this voltage.

Expanded, 32-inch-wide shooting area with additional lamp/bulb combo.
5000K daylight color-balanced, digital-friendly fluorescent lamps.
Lamps generate very little heat resulting in a comfortable working environment, especially important in small spaces.
Minimal shadows yield fine detail. Soft disappearing horizon line puts emphasis on your subject.
Adjustable stand height to accommodate the size of your object.
Reflector cards with built-in stands direct light where you want it to create pleasing catch-light reflections, definition and "modeling" on your subject.
Module can be turned on its 32" side for taller objects.
UPC: 893938002013
In the Box
MyStudio MS32 Tabletop Photo Studio Kit with Fluorescent Lighting
  • 32" Cyclorama Background
  • Aluminum Light Stand
  • 2 x Fluorescent Light
  • 2 x MYS 20 Overhead Reflector
  • 2 x Bounce Card with Easel Back Support (9 x 12")
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Voltage 120 VAC
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 21.9 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 32.0 x 32.0 x 16.0"
    MS32 Tabletop Photo Studio Kit with Fluorescent Lighting is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 47.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked as Advertised Used it for product shots for a major corporation. Unfortunately, I had to take it to the client's location. It doesn't travel well, but in fairness, I don't think it's designed to. It's a pain to assemble and some of the screws were missing from the package. I had to go to the local hardware store to buy my own. But once it finally went to work, it was great to use. The shoot went quickly and smoothly and the photos turned out great. It's a neat little set up. The only negative for me is my lack of storage space. So I had to take it apart and put it back in the box until I use it again...but that's my problem.
    Date published: 2011-03-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product produces great photos I have tried a couple of different photo tents and fabric cubes in the past but was never satisfied with the results and ended up spending too much time in Photoshop tweaking the final images. On the recommendation of a friend I bought the MyStudio 32 and have been very pleased with the results. Setup was not the easiest (about 15 minutes once I figured it out) but since it has been up I have used it repeatedly with consistently great results. The light output is accurate but not extremely bright, so expect longer exposure times and definitely use a tripod, but the results are superb, even with my point and shoots. Definitely makes shooting smaller items a breeze. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this product.
    Date published: 2009-05-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very well designed product - works great I had purchased the MyStudio MS20 and found I used it so much that I also purchased the MS32 so I could take photos of larger items as well. For me the cyclorama design with the corner is pure genius and lets me shoot from different angles without worrying about the seams. There have been a few times where I wished it was taller, but after calling the company they recommended turning the background on its side for taller items. I tried that and after adjusting the light stand a bit it actually worked just fine. My photos are great and my clients are happy. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this to someone.
    Date published: 2011-08-04
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Saves me a ton of time in the studio After a bit of a hassle setting up the MS32 (the hardest part is the light stand, I would recommend having someone on hand to help) I was able to put it to immediate good use in my studio. Previously whenever I needed to photography an item on a white background I would break out the white seamless and a couple of strobes. With the MS32, as long as the item fits inside, that is no longer necessary. I've had it for about a month and I'll bet I have saved 10 hours at least. The photos come out great and the only things I do in post is crop and adjust brightness and contrast and voila, great product photos! It's almost too easy.
    Date published: 2011-11-22
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from The good and bad of it. First, the good part...the plastic formed backround is fabulous. You don't have to fool around with flimsy seamless. It cleans beautifully and works for almost any tabletop object. I would prefer that the back be higher to accomedate larger obects but you can turn the whole thing on its side to accomplish the same effect. The bad...the lights aren't really strong enough by themselves to light an object. You really need extra backround lights. Also, the light covers are too delicate and the tabs break off be careful putting the bulbs in. I am happy with MYSTUDIO over all because it does create a very good tabletop area. I think it is a very good product for the price.
    Date published: 2010-04-14
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really good, but not great This set up makes setting up shoots really quick and easy. The few knocks that I do have are not deal breakers though. I found that the adhesive on the reflector stands isnt very strong and they come apart often. The legs arent very stable, so you need to stick something through the hole keep them from falling down. I also didnt like that I had to adhere the stands myself. It would be nice to have a way to dissipate the light as well. I find that there are some shiny objects that reflect the bulbs perfectly. The tabs on the plastic casing that covers the bulbs is very flimsy and they break off incredibly easily. All in all, a great product.
    Date published: 2017-07-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent results with minimal effort I have to give the MyStudio MS32 five stars because it has saved me SO much time in the studio with product shots. I almost don't want to show it to my clients because I don't want them to know my secret! Setup for me was a bit tricky but once I got it together it's great. It is true that the lights are not very powerful, but as long as you don't have other lights bleeding in (which you shouldn't anyway) it takes just a minute to dial in the correct exposure and then it's as easy as 1, 2, 3 to put the item in the studio, compose the shot, take the photo. Because of the white background you will want to shoot in Manual mode or your camera will most likely underexpose the image because it will think that all the white is actually light. Or if you are shooting in aperture priority or shutter priority adjust your exposure compensation to at least +1, but manual will give you the most control. The white miniature cyc is fabulous to have. Much better than seamless paper or fabric and it is easy to clean if it gets dirty.
    Date published: 2011-05-26
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not all that great.. Although it's very easy to take a pretty decent picture with the MyStudio, unfortunately it's lighting system and overall setup I'd say are below par. I purchased this to primarily take pictures of wine bottles and other glass objects... not a great setup for what I wanted. After some decent pictures, and a few hour in Photoshop you'd never know though. Overall I give this product a 3/5 due to it delivering what it promisses, but with materials and quality inferior to what was expected.
    Date published: 2011-03-16
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