SKU: GC88-LL LA8450

Lastolite Aluminum Frame Support Kit

The Aluminum Frame Support Kit from Lastolite is an adjustable, lightweight support set for the Lastolite by Manfrotto Skylite panels, Panoramic backgrounds, EzyFrame backgrounds, and the StudioLink Chroma Key background system. The modular design allows it to be used in three different ways, making it a versatile tool for any studio or location shoot.

First, it may be used as a handle for smaller panels, by attaching to both sides of the panel as a crossbar. It can also be used as a support leg for larger panels, by attaching to the frame and simply resting on the floor to support that frame. Finally, the aluminum segments may be placed on either side of a panel as legs for a low-level panel placement.

The support kit is made up of four approximately 20" long aluminum segments, plus two adjustable pole clamp end pieces. One aluminum segment features an eye hook for attaching a sandbag for additional support.

Compatible Lastolite Panel Products

  • Skylite
  • Panormaic
  • SkyFrame
  • StudioLink Chroma Key

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The Aluminum Frame Support Kit from Lastolite is an adjustable, lightweight support set for the Lastolite by Manfrotto Skylite panels, Panoramic backgrounds, EzyFrame backgrounds, and the StudioLink Chroma Key background system. The modular design allows it to be used in three different ways, making it a versatile tool for any studio or location shoot.

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