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CowboyStudio Aluminum Adjustable Light Stand with Case
CowboyStudio Aluminum Adjustable Light Stand with Case
CowboyStudio Aluminum Adjustable Light Stand with Case
CowboyStudio Aluminum Adjustable Light Stand with Case
CowboyStudio Aluminum Adjustable Light Stand with Case

CowboyStudio Aluminum Adjustable Light Stand with Case

CowboyStudio Aluminum Adjustable Light Stand with Case
CowboyStudio Aluminum Adjustable Light Stand with Case
CowboyStudio Aluminum Adjustable Light Stand with Case
CowboyStudio Aluminum Adjustable Light Stand with Case
CowboyStudio Aluminum Adjustable Light Stand with Case
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Features

  • One black aluminum light stand; One black carrying case
  • Height is adjustable from 2’ 9” – 6’ 8"
  • 1/4" screw tip on the stem; Max load of 7 lbs; Made from aluminum alloy with a professional black satin finish
  • Folds up quickly and easily; 1 year manufacturer warranty

Description

The standard of our light stands, this 6 foot stand is the one you’ll find in the most of our lighting kits. Strong enough to hold most equipment yet compact enough for travel; this stand is a Cowboy Studio must have. Made from strong aluminum alloy, it can be used with continuous light, strobe flash lights, and backgrounds.


Product Dimensions 5.91 x 5.91 x 5.91 inches


Item Weight 1.5 pounds


ASIN B003PEUA30


UNSPSC Code 39112000


Item model number c-803


Customer Reviews 4.1 out of 5 stars 1,846 ratings 4.1 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #49 in Photographic Lighting Booms & Stands


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available July 31, 2017


Manufacturer Cowboy Studio


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Features

  • One black aluminum light stand; One black carrying case
  • Height is adjustable from 2’ 9” – 6’ 8"
  • 1/4" screw tip on the stem; Max load of 7 lbs; Made from aluminum alloy with a professional black satin finish
  • Folds up quickly and easily; 1 year manufacturer warranty

Description

The standard of our light stands, this 6 foot stand is the one you’ll find in the most of our lighting kits. Strong enough to hold most equipment yet compact enough for travel; this stand is a Cowboy Studio must have. Made from strong aluminum alloy, it can be used with continuous light, strobe flash lights, and backgrounds.


Product Dimensions 5.91 x 5.91 x 5.91 inches


Item Weight 1.5 pounds


ASIN B003PEUA30


UNSPSC Code 39112000


Item model number c-803


Customer Reviews 4.1 out of 5 stars 1,846 ratings 4.1 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #49 in Photographic Lighting Booms & Stands


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available July 31, 2017


Manufacturer Cowboy Studio


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • One black aluminum light stand; One black carrying case
  • Height is adjustable from 2’ 9” – 6’ 8"
  • 1/4" screw tip on the stem; Max load of 7 lbs; Made from aluminum alloy with a professional black satin finish
  • Folds up quickly and easily; 1 year manufacturer warranty

Description

The standard of our light stands, this 6 foot stand is the one you’ll find in the most of our lighting kits. Strong enough to hold most equipment yet compact enough for travel; this stand is a Cowboy Studio must have. Made from strong aluminum alloy, it can be used with continuous light, strobe flash lights, and backgrounds.


Product Dimensions 5.91 x 5.91 x 5.91 inches


Item Weight 1.5 pounds


ASIN B003PEUA30


UNSPSC Code 39112000


Item model number c-803


Customer Reviews 4.1 out of 5 stars 1,846 ratings 4.1 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #49 in Photographic Lighting Booms & Stands


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available July 31, 2017


Manufacturer Cowboy Studio


abunda_amazon_reviews I'll start by saying that I make a living by lighting film sets. I've seen all kinds of stands, good and bad, cheap and expensive. This is the worst lighting stand I have ever used - but this is also the most inexpensive lighting stand I have ever used. I get that people are on a budget. That's why I gave it 4 stars. Value. If I had to use this thing every day for work I would go insane. But, If you need a stand to help you do the occasional personal project, you will probably be quite satisfied. The cheapest stands that I use for work are the ARRI kit stands, about $100. The most expensive stands that I use are American Grip Roadrunner 200 stands, about $7000. I got this Cowboy Studio stand as a daily deal for $15. It comes with a bag, not sure what that's for. It's really clumsy to open and uses cheap materials. That said, you will be hard pressed to find a better value, especially if it's just for occasional, personal use. Buy one or two!;;Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2014;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Hard to qualify how I feel about this stand;;Scott C. Quimby;;;The stands are quite tall--as billed. In theory, they're very sturdy because they're constructed of heavy metal (insert Spinal Tap joke here). In the case of one stand, that's quite true; when extended, you can push quite forcefully and it won't budge (telescope). However, the other one is a little more moveable; the weak spot is that little twist key (not sure of the technical name) where the main shaft goes through the leg assembly. It's not horrible, just considerably weaker than the other one. That raises two possibilities: 1. the strong one is an accident and doesn't represent the intended capabilities of these stands, or 2. the weak one is the "blooper" and should be capable of greater support. It's not the metal that's failing; it's the little juncture with the plastic key. Otherwise, these are quite sturdy. Honestly, they come as a set and if I returned one, I'd have to return both and thus lose the functionality for quite awhile during the return process. Given that they're never going to carry anything heavier than some LED panels (and some soft boxes), the weakness isn't a deal-breaker--just a disappointment. I won't return them, but I'll certainly have second thoughts about ordering another Cowboy Studio product, given their lax quality control.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 6, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;They'll Do;;Ronald Malcolm;;;I've owned a dozen cheaply made light stands in my life. I've had two break in the past 5 years simply due to heavy gear being put up too high (and the cheap metal bends). This is to be expected -- and in fact, only having to replace TWO light stands that I've bought for around $10 per stand is amazing to me. They're easy to setup and just -- shouldn't take you more than 10 seconds. You can't really adjust it if it's on uneven ground -- that's not what you're going to get at this price range. I'm more than happy with these, just got them a few months ago and they're holding up fine. They survived dings just fine, and you can toss 'em around a bit without too much fear that they'll bust -- they compact nicely and I've only had to worry about ruining them when fully extended. Buy a bag or two so they're easy to carry along with your gear -- if you plan on using them on location anywhere.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Cheap but get the job done;;Matt Richards;;;Bought two - they were light, simple, cheap, easy-to-use - but the first chance i had to really use them properly they both failed... Plastic compression rings are used to hold the pole extended. Inside those rings are small, thin spring steel (?) bushings that the poles slide on. The first I pulled the top sections to full height those bushings popped up out of the compression rings making them too loose to hold the sections extended or even steady. l attempted to re-seat the bushings but they are so thin and fit so tightly that without a special tool there is no way I can find to force the bushings back in place.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 2, 2015;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Look great, but failed...;;Lee Aubel;;;I bought these a while ago to advance my own personal interest in photography and try to get better photos when trying out product photography. I am on a strict budget and being I'm just an amateur, I didn't want to spend a boat-load of cash. These worked out great for me, especially after I bought some cheap ball-head mounts for like $6 each. That being said, you get what you pay for. These worked for me but your results may vary. I take very good care of my equipment and never abuse it. I will be buying two more of these in the very near future because the first two I bought have been retasked as speaker stands for my new Logitech surround sound speakers. Yeah, they work for that too.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 20, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;These are great for people on a budget that are not professional photographers with occasional use.;;Amazon User;;;I don't have much experience with photography light stands, but I do like this one. I've got a large softbox Glow Softbox 30 x 60" mounted on it, with Adorama's Flashpoint M320 Flashpoint II 320M, 150 Watt Second AC / DC Monolight Strobe.. You also need the extra-cost Glow Speed Ring, of course to attach the soft box to that item. Anyway, that all fits pretty well on this stand, it definitely holds the weight fine and is not tippy. From what I can tell, the stand is all metal construction, including the 2 collars that sit at the top of each of the extension points. The set screw things on the extensions are quarter turn (no extra fiddling screwing a set screw in and wondering if you've got it tight enough -- though you do have that kind of part on the base part that locks the three legs into extended position). And I think even those little knobs are metal. I'd earlier bought a Neewer 75"/6 Feet/190CM Photography Light Stands for Relfectors, Softboxes, Lights, Umbrellas, Backgrounds stand which I really did not like as much -- it was somewhat lighter duty, and had plastic collars (and regular set screws). One of them came broken in the package and there wasn't terrible trauma to the box, so I'd just expect that one to not last as long. I've seen some reviewers complaining about the quarter turn knobs not locking the rods down well enough -- I'm pretty sure I read (and can see how you could do this) that the tightness of the collars is adjustable with a socket or pliers by tightening up the nut on the bolt that goes through the knob, I assume when it's in unlocked position. I've only had it for a week or two but it seems to be a pretty solid product to me.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;but I do like this one;;JL

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Delivery

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Scott C. Quimby - Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2014
Hard to qualify how I feel about this stand
I'll start by saying that I make a living by lighting film sets. I've seen all kinds of stands, good and bad, cheap and expensive. This is the worst lighting stand I have ever used - but this is also the most inexpensive lighting stand I have ever used. I get that people are on a budget. That's why I gave it 4 stars. Value. If I had to use this thing every day for work I would go insane. But, If you need a stand to help you do the occasional personal project, you will probably be quite satisfied. The cheapest stands that I use for work are the ARRI kit stands, about $100. The most expensive stands that I use are American Grip Roadrunner 200 stands, about $7000. I got this Cowboy Studio stand as a daily deal for $15. It comes with a bag, not sure what that's for. It's really clumsy to open and uses cheap materials. That said, you will be hard pressed to find a better value, especially if it's just for occasional, personal use. Buy one or two!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Ronald Malcolm - Reviewed in the United States on April 6, 2017
They'll Do
The stands are quite tall--as billed. In theory, they're very sturdy because they're constructed of heavy metal (insert Spinal Tap joke here). In the case of one stand, that's quite true; when extended, you can push quite forcefully and it won't budge (telescope). However, the other one is a little more moveable; the weak spot is that little twist key (not sure of the technical name) where the main shaft goes through the leg assembly. It's not horrible, just considerably weaker than the other one. That raises two possibilities: 1. the strong one is an accident and doesn't represent the intended capabilities of these stands, or 2. the weak one is the "blooper" and should be capable of greater support. It's not the metal that's failing; it's the little juncture with the plastic key. Otherwise, these are quite sturdy. Honestly, they come as a set and if I returned one, I'd have to return both and thus lose the functionality for quite awhile during the return process. Given that they're never going to carry anything heavier than some LED panels (and some soft boxes), the weakness isn't a deal-breaker--just a disappointment. I won't return them, but I'll certainly have second thoughts about ordering another Cowboy Studio product, given their lax quality control.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Matt Richards - Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2017
Cheap but get the job done
I've owned a dozen cheaply made light stands in my life. I've had two break in the past 5 years simply due to heavy gear being put up too high (and the cheap metal bends). This is to be expected -- and in fact, only having to replace TWO light stands that I've bought for around $10 per stand is amazing to me. They're easy to setup and just -- shouldn't take you more than 10 seconds. You can't really adjust it if it's on uneven ground -- that's not what you're going to get at this price range. I'm more than happy with these, just got them a few months ago and they're holding up fine. They survived dings just fine, and you can toss 'em around a bit without too much fear that they'll bust -- they compact nicely and I've only had to worry about ruining them when fully extended. Buy a bag or two so they're easy to carry along with your gear -- if you plan on using them on location anywhere.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Lee Aubel - Reviewed in the United States on November 2, 2015
Look great, but failed...
Bought two - they were light, simple, cheap, easy-to-use - but the first chance i had to really use them properly they both failed... Plastic compression rings are used to hold the pole extended. Inside those rings are small, thin spring steel (?) bushings that the poles slide on. The first I pulled the top sections to full height those bushings popped up out of the compression rings making them too loose to hold the sections extended or even steady. l attempted to re-seat the bushings but they are so thin and fit so tightly that without a special tool there is no way I can find to force the bushings back in place.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon User - Reviewed in the United States on July 20, 2018
These are great for people on a budget that are not professional photographers with occasional use.
I bought these a while ago to advance my own personal interest in photography and try to get better photos when trying out product photography. I am on a strict budget and being I'm just an amateur, I didn't want to spend a boat-load of cash. These worked out great for me, especially after I bought some cheap ball-head mounts for like $6 each. That being said, you get what you pay for. These worked for me but your results may vary. I take very good care of my equipment and never abuse it. I will be buying two more of these in the very near future because the first two I bought have been retasked as speaker stands for my new Logitech surround sound speakers. Yeah, they work for that too.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By JL - Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2018
but I do like this one
I don't have much experience with photography light stands, but I do like this one. I've got a large softbox Glow Softbox 30 x 60" mounted on it, with Adorama's Flashpoint M320 Flashpoint II 320M, 150 Watt Second AC / DC Monolight Strobe.. You also need the extra-cost Glow Speed Ring, of course to attach the soft box to that item. Anyway, that all fits pretty well on this stand, it definitely holds the weight fine and is not tippy. From what I can tell, the stand is all metal construction, including the 2 collars that sit at the top of each of the extension points. The set screw things on the extensions are quarter turn (no extra fiddling screwing a set screw in and wondering if you've got it tight enough -- though you do have that kind of part on the base part that locks the three legs into extended position). And I think even those little knobs are metal. I'd earlier bought a Neewer 75"/6 Feet/190CM Photography Light Stands for Relfectors, Softboxes, Lights, Umbrellas, Backgrounds stand which I really did not like as much -- it was somewhat lighter duty, and had plastic collars (and regular set screws). One of them came broken in the package and there wasn't terrible trauma to the box, so I'd just expect that one to not last as long. I've seen some reviewers complaining about the quarter turn knobs not locking the rods down well enough -- I'm pretty sure I read (and can see how you could do this) that the tightness of the collars is adjustable with a socket or pliers by tightening up the nut on the bolt that goes through the knob, I assume when it's in unlocked position. I've only had it for a week or two but it seems to be a pretty solid product to me.

Top Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Scott C. Quimby - Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2014
Hard to qualify how I feel about this stand
I'll start by saying that I make a living by lighting film sets. I've seen all kinds of stands, good and bad, cheap and expensive. This is the worst lighting stand I have ever used - but this is also the most inexpensive lighting stand I have ever used. I get that people are on a budget. That's why I gave it 4 stars. Value. If I had to use this thing every day for work I would go insane. But, If you need a stand to help you do the occasional personal project, you will probably be quite satisfied. The cheapest stands that I use for work are the ARRI kit stands, about $100. The most expensive stands that I use are American Grip Roadrunner 200 stands, about $7000. I got this Cowboy Studio stand as a daily deal for $15. It comes with a bag, not sure what that's for. It's really clumsy to open and uses cheap materials. That said, you will be hard pressed to find a better value, especially if it's just for occasional, personal use. Buy one or two!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Ronald Malcolm - Reviewed in the United States on April 6, 2017
They'll Do
The stands are quite tall--as billed. In theory, they're very sturdy because they're constructed of heavy metal (insert Spinal Tap joke here). In the case of one stand, that's quite true; when extended, you can push quite forcefully and it won't budge (telescope). However, the other one is a little more moveable; the weak spot is that little twist key (not sure of the technical name) where the main shaft goes through the leg assembly. It's not horrible, just considerably weaker than the other one. That raises two possibilities: 1. the strong one is an accident and doesn't represent the intended capabilities of these stands, or 2. the weak one is the "blooper" and should be capable of greater support. It's not the metal that's failing; it's the little juncture with the plastic key. Otherwise, these are quite sturdy. Honestly, they come as a set and if I returned one, I'd have to return both and thus lose the functionality for quite awhile during the return process. Given that they're never going to carry anything heavier than some LED panels (and some soft boxes), the weakness isn't a deal-breaker--just a disappointment. I won't return them, but I'll certainly have second thoughts about ordering another Cowboy Studio product, given their lax quality control.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Matt Richards - Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2017
Cheap but get the job done
I've owned a dozen cheaply made light stands in my life. I've had two break in the past 5 years simply due to heavy gear being put up too high (and the cheap metal bends). This is to be expected -- and in fact, only having to replace TWO light stands that I've bought for around $10 per stand is amazing to me. They're easy to setup and just -- shouldn't take you more than 10 seconds. You can't really adjust it if it's on uneven ground -- that's not what you're going to get at this price range. I'm more than happy with these, just got them a few months ago and they're holding up fine. They survived dings just fine, and you can toss 'em around a bit without too much fear that they'll bust -- they compact nicely and I've only had to worry about ruining them when fully extended. Buy a bag or two so they're easy to carry along with your gear -- if you plan on using them on location anywhere.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Lee Aubel - Reviewed in the United States on November 2, 2015
Look great, but failed...
Bought two - they were light, simple, cheap, easy-to-use - but the first chance i had to really use them properly they both failed... Plastic compression rings are used to hold the pole extended. Inside those rings are small, thin spring steel (?) bushings that the poles slide on. The first I pulled the top sections to full height those bushings popped up out of the compression rings making them too loose to hold the sections extended or even steady. l attempted to re-seat the bushings but they are so thin and fit so tightly that without a special tool there is no way I can find to force the bushings back in place.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon User - Reviewed in the United States on July 20, 2018
These are great for people on a budget that are not professional photographers with occasional use.
I bought these a while ago to advance my own personal interest in photography and try to get better photos when trying out product photography. I am on a strict budget and being I'm just an amateur, I didn't want to spend a boat-load of cash. These worked out great for me, especially after I bought some cheap ball-head mounts for like $6 each. That being said, you get what you pay for. These worked for me but your results may vary. I take very good care of my equipment and never abuse it. I will be buying two more of these in the very near future because the first two I bought have been retasked as speaker stands for my new Logitech surround sound speakers. Yeah, they work for that too.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By JL - Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2018
but I do like this one
I don't have much experience with photography light stands, but I do like this one. I've got a large softbox Glow Softbox 30 x 60" mounted on it, with Adorama's Flashpoint M320 Flashpoint II 320M, 150 Watt Second AC / DC Monolight Strobe.. You also need the extra-cost Glow Speed Ring, of course to attach the soft box to that item. Anyway, that all fits pretty well on this stand, it definitely holds the weight fine and is not tippy. From what I can tell, the stand is all metal construction, including the 2 collars that sit at the top of each of the extension points. The set screw things on the extensions are quarter turn (no extra fiddling screwing a set screw in and wondering if you've got it tight enough -- though you do have that kind of part on the base part that locks the three legs into extended position). And I think even those little knobs are metal. I'd earlier bought a Neewer 75"/6 Feet/190CM Photography Light Stands for Relfectors, Softboxes, Lights, Umbrellas, Backgrounds stand which I really did not like as much -- it was somewhat lighter duty, and had plastic collars (and regular set screws). One of them came broken in the package and there wasn't terrible trauma to the box, so I'd just expect that one to not last as long. I've seen some reviewers complaining about the quarter turn knobs not locking the rods down well enough -- I'm pretty sure I read (and can see how you could do this) that the tightness of the collars is adjustable with a socket or pliers by tightening up the nut on the bolt that goes through the knob, I assume when it's in unlocked position. I've only had it for a week or two but it seems to be a pretty solid product to me.