Da-Lite 425-Deluxe Project-O-Stand (17 x 25" Shelf) 42067

BH #DA425 • MFR #42067
Da-Lite 425-Deluxe Project-O-Stand (17 x 25" Shelf) 42067
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What is the outside diameter of the legs?

What is the outside diameter of the legs?
Asked by: Roger
This is not a published specification.
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2021-07-27

What is the spread of the feet at full extension ...

What is the spread of the feet at full extension of 56"? How far apart of the feet? Thanks
Asked by: Man F
The spread if the feet at full extension is approximately 24" x 32".
Answered by: Dov
Date published: 2023-09-03


in the B&H catalog, what section would this be in? I would prefer to order from the catalog but I can't seem to find it in the summer 2017 one.
Asked by: John S.
Unfortunately it is impossible for us to offer our full inventory in the catalog. The Da-Lite 425-Deluxe Project-O-Stand is currently not included in the Summer 2017 catalog.
Answered by: Jeff P.
Date published: 2018-08-27


Would this be an okay option for my laptop while shooting tethered?
Asked by: Justin
Yes I think it would. We sometimes have a projector and other devices on this stand at the same time (ie laptops; apple tv's etc.)
Answered by: Bobby W.
Date published: 2018-08-27


Are the legs adjustable to varying lengths so that the stand can be placed on an incline, such as a sloped lawn?
Asked by: Jesse B.
Yes, legs are adjustable and you could place it on a lawn, but of course the slope max would be based on the lower leg extension length. A leg can go vrom 30 to 55 or any variation between, thus you could have 2 legs at 55 and 2 at 30 , and that would be quite a slope, I would be worried it would slip at that extreme. Base is rubber feet, not spikes. Although... if you remove the rubber feet (I just took one off) and then put in a long stake of some sort you could put the tube of the leg over the stake and then the stake would prevent (in theory) your table from sliding off the hill.
Answered by: Gregory L.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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