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Golf cart lightstand

Published July 16th, 2011

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  • July 16th, 2011
  • Nikon D700
  • 24mm / f/9 / 1/160 sec
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Avenger grip mounting closeup. Chose BagBoy Sidekick cart because it tapers which allows the grip to fit. Drilled a hole thru cart frame so Avenger bolt can go thru it.

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/3582-REG/Avenger_D200B_Black_Grip_Head.html

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legacystudios
RYAN CLEMENTS  about 6 years ago

Hey Peter. I'm thinking about building one of these and had a question. Does the light stand move very much when you are rolling it? It looks like it would be top heavy and might move a bit. What do you use to attach the vagabond mini?

vw1972bug
Michael Dominique  about 6 years ago

Ha...this is great! You come up with this yourself?

peter_n
Peter Nguyen  about 6 years ago

Standford, it's a steel light stand from ebay, I drilled a hole in it and placed the Avenger grip bolt thru it

stanmoore
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Stanford Moore  about 6 years ago

What extension arm is that? The setup looks nice, how often do you use it... I was thinking of a similar setup a while back...

bleirvik
Bjørn Leirvik  about 6 years ago

Fantastic! Love this home made solutions :)
BTW thank you for sharing your setups!
B.

Johnny_Flash
Johnny Flash (inactive)  about 6 years ago

haha. lovely caddy :). no you can take it to go jogging

scottternan
Scott Ternan  about 6 years ago

I love it !!!