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Savage Accent Muslin Background Kit (10 x 12', Chroma Green)

BH #SAASMK1012CG • MFR #46PAS-12
Key Features
  • Seamless, One-Piece Muslin Fabric
  • Washable Fabric
  • Comes With Savage Port-A-Stand
  • Backdrop Stand Collapses to 44"
The chroma green 10 x 12' Accent Muslin Background Kit from Savage is the perfect tool for the portrait shooter who needs a completely portable studio or location setup. The one-piece muslin is quite versatile for all kinds of shoots - people, products, commercial, weddings or whatever comes down the road. It's made with a 3" rod pocket for easy hanging. The muslin is also washable.
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The cross pole seems to have different sized holes and one upright fits through hole and other doesn't? Not understanding the fit? Are there pieces missing? Just have 2 stands, cross pole and curtain? Are the 2 stands supposed to be identical? Help Thanks Tom
Asked by: Thomas B.
I have used this kit with the included white backdrop and two other backdrops. I needed to hand tighten the pegs on the stands because mine were a little loose and that was keeping them from easily fitting through the holes/slots in the cross bar. I also have found that I need to rotate the end of the cross bar a little in order to get the peg to fit through both holes in each side of the cross bar since it tends to rotate a bit as it is telescoping. What has worked for me is to set the stands up around chest height, place the largest diameter end of the cross bar onto one of the stands, telescope the bar to the length I need, place the smaller diameter end on the stand, and then raise each stand individually a bit at a time until I have the height I need. I do consistently find that the smaller diameter end of the cross bar is a bit more fickle when trying to fit it on the stand's peg. Savage also has a tutorial on their website listed off their product page that lists all their stands. B&H will not allow me to post the direct URL.
Answered by: Mark V.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Does this background have a sewn-in rod loop on the long (24') side, or just on the short (10') side?
Asked by: Anonymous
The loop is only provided on one short side. I did use it horizontally by using clamps of the rod and it worked fine.
Answered by: William H.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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How much weight will the Savage Port-A-Stand support?
Asked by: Kathleen L.
The Savage Port-A-Stand would be able to support up to 25 lbs.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-28

What is the length of the crossbar in the ...

What is the length of the crossbar in the Port-A-Stand? Also, is the crossbar one solid piece, or a snap together, or other?
Asked by: laura
The corssbar has a max width of 10.6'. It is telescopic.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2019-05-10

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Do you think this is a better deal than the savage economy product?
Asked by: Anonymous
I'd say it depends on what you're shooting. We definitely needed the width, and it was helpful to have multiple muslin colors from the start. We also went with this because we needed full body shots to key, and the added length in muslin allowed for it.If you are shooting basic head shots or head and shoulder shots for video you might be fine with the economy backdrop. If you want options (also if you want muslin vs paper, paper is cheaper but doesn't last as long and harder to move around) I'd go with this kit.
Answered by: Kelli C.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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is the top rod adjustable? What is the max width it can be?
Asked by: Anonymous
The cross bar in this kit can extend to a maximum of 125 inches.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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What size is the chroma?
Asked by: Ana R.
This backdrop measures 10 feet wide by 12 feet tall. There is a 2 inch rod pocket sewn in across the top of the 10ft edge for hanging.
Answered by: Alyssa N. Savage Expert
Date published: 2018-08-28

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I am new to studio lighting and I am thinking of buying this kit as my first background set. I am also buying from you the lighting kit ( Impact Three Monolight Portrait Boom Kit with Case (120VAC))... and I was wondering if the background kit material, size & color choices are something that would all work with the lights I am buying as a starter purchase. Are marbled colored back drops better/easier to start with..etc? Also, is there anything else I would need to purchase to make this fully functional for me?
Asked by: Heyde A.
I have just the black one, with the stand, and I'm loving it I wish I had bought the 3 colours, its VERY easy to put the stand together and adjust it, and the material seems lightweight but durable, I've only had it for a few days so haven't fully put it to the test but as far as I can tell it's going to be perfect; easy to carry with me, set up, and take down, and wash!
Answered by: Iva H.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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