The 7.8' Avenger Light Stand is a versatile, lightweight, black aluminum alloy support. It is quick to set up and very stable. Its locking T-knobs are large and ergonomic, making it easy for you to efficiently lock each section.
- Black Aluminum Alloy Construction
- Four Sections, Three Risers
Avenger A625B Overview
Avenger A625B Specs
|Stand Type||1 x General Purpose Stand|
|Maximum Working Height||7.8' / 2.4 m|
|Minimum Working Height||2.4' / 0.7 m|
|Load Capacity||8.8 lb / 4 kg|
|Closed Length||2.3' / 0.7 m|
|Stand/Column Top Mount||5/8" Stud|
|Accepts Second Riser||No|
|Number of Sections||4|
|Footprint Diameter||37" / 300 cm|
|Weight||2.43 lb / 1.1 kg|
|Package Weight||3.05 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||27.9 x 3.7 x 3.2"|
Avenger A625B Reviews
Didn't trust it
I felt this was a little to light weight to use. Felt like it could tip over to easily. Returned it for the Matthews.
Perfect Sturdy Little Stand
This is a great little stand for locations and thigh space. Tube construction is very light and very strong. Maybe the best part are the handles for tightening the stand lengths. It doesn't take monster strength for to tighten the extensions. Love this stand.
bit larger than spec for folded...
Note that the folded length and min. height are really just over 27 3/8, or 697mm according to my tape. This fortunately still fits in my Lowel TO83 case, but it's larger than the published specs. I got this instead of an omni-tota stand, because I was tired of tightening the teeny Lowel knobs. These knobs are much easier to tighten, but a bit slower. There is a longer range of tightening, which is probably a good thing. Seems to be a great little stand, looking forward to long use. Will update any issues.
Nice study and stable stand
I use them for my Broncolor lights
Good balance of strength & weight.
There is no perfect light stand. Anything you select will be too flimsy, too heavy, or too unstable, so the best you can do is find a good trade-off. For me, this is it. For its weight, it has quite a wide base, and extremely good build quality. It handles hot-shoe flashes with battery packs nicely. Softboxes below 30in are no problem. Probably not beefy enough for big modifiers or booms - but that's where the beastly A635B comes in. My one complaint is the layout of the leg locking knob. It's set up in a way that might crush one of the leg tube ends if over-tightened. Certainly not a deal-breaker, but something a user should watch out for. Nevertheless, the mechanicals are smooth, the locks solid, and the tubes rigid. Highly recommended as go-to, medium-duty stand.
Ready for the road!
There's nothing ground breaking about the design of these, but they are the best rendition of the tried and true design we have all been using for years. Solid all aluminum construction. Light and compact but opens up to be very sturdy. Way sturdier than my Manfrotto BACs. These are great for portability.
Perfect lightweight stand
This is a perfect lightweight stand for studio or on the job. Nice construction and all parts move free and smooth. They also fit nice and close to each other so if you need 2,3 or 4 lights close to each other, this also work very nice.
Outstanding travel light stand
Sturdy, good base and height while being compact enough to fit in a suitcase. Used it with a Profoto B1 head and beauty dish without any problems or concerns
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