Overhead Stands as they are often called utilize all steel tubes and legs. Developed for flying Butterflies and Overheads on locations and supporting large backdrops in studios these stands feature wide bases for stability and terminate in the new 4 .5” Grip Head.. The Hi-Roller Stands are made with wheels to increase mobility, each wheel has a locking mechanism to prevent the stands from moving off on their own.
The Norms S056 Baby Steel Stand has square legs for more heavy duty rigs. The legs and braces are secured by nuts and bolts instead of rivets. As always, this a versatile, hardworking Steel stand. It is quick to set up — the locking T-handle are still large and ergonomic –making it easy for you to lock each section. This stand has 2 risers. It features a black anodized straps and it is best suited for studio setup.
Originally designed for use with reflectors, Combo stands became popular with lighting crews as Hollywood moved from studios to outside locations. Each has a Rocky Mountain Leg for leveling its load on uneven terrain. The S024 uses 1″ x40″ steel legs and has 3 risers allowing you to take your shoots sky high.