Compact tabletop jewelry and product photography kit
Stable camera support produces razor-sharp images
Smart Imaging: the 29-inch tilt angled and height-adjustable aluminum post is unique and the only one available on the market; the tilt increases the imaging field and prevents the post from obstructing it
Camera support includes camera quick release plate
Two (2) 20-watt daylight balanced LED lights
Jewelry photography is fun and easy with the ALZO 100 LED Tabletop Macro Studio. This compact kit is perfect for overhead (close-up) imaging of very small or flat objects like jewelry, coins, stamps, medication, and scientific work. The sturdy camera support has a 19-inch x 16 inch laminated solid composite base, a rigid 26-inch riser with an adjustable camera support, and 2 ALZO 100 LED light fixtures. Solid heavy duty construction makes the ALZO 100 LED Macro Studio a stable shooting system for professional commercial product photography of jewelry and small objects. The ALZO 100 LED lights have ample brightness to shoot with very small apertures and produce razor-sharp images. Power cords are 10 feet long.
The lights are free-standing and have fully articulated light heads that can be positioned as needed. The ALZO 100 LED Lights are daylight-balanced, 5500K color temperature lights that operate without the heat of conventional photo continuous bulbs and have a 30,000-hour exceptional long life. The equivalent light output for the two lamps is about 400-watt Tungsten. The CRI for these lights is > 90. This jewelry and product photography device is intended for use with cameras that provide a macro focus mode. Macro close-up accessory lenses can be used on cameras that lack macro focus mode and have a threaded filter mount.
The sturdy aluminum camera support post is 29 inches high and has a 19-inch x 16-inch laminated solid composite base with white melamine finish. The camera attaches to the support arm with a quick release plate, and the side wheel drives a rack and pinion for accurate dialing of the adjustable height. The screw below the quick release plate adjusts the drag resistance of the camera support (see image with screwdriver), There is a position locking thumb screw on the back of the height adjuster.