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Single Photography Backdrop Holder With 260cm Stand And Leader Bar


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Description

If you're looking for a backdrop support that's easy to set up and use, then this is the product for you! With its simple one stand design, it's a breeze to set up, especially if you're working alone. And it's just as easy to pack down when you're finished. So if you want to make things easier on yourself, go with this Backdrop Support Holder With 260cm Stand. Mount half width photography paper backdrops with ease and use the included leader bar to hold the backdrop down and prevent any unwanted curling or rippling. 

This is the perfect all in one kit that can be used to create an easy cyclorama backdrop whilst not taking up too much space. This setup can be easily transported to locations or packed away in the studio or home when not in use. 

Backdrops can be easily placed in the holder and rolled out and then with a wimple clip of the leader bar it will be kept firmly in place. The adjustable light stand can be raised to a maximum height of 260cm. This set up can be used for headshots, portraits, product and food photography and more. The kit is perfectly paired with Spectrum Half Width Paper Backdrops

 *Please note: Paper Roll not included, shown for illustration purposes only. Please see 'What's Included' section for full product inclusions. 

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