RPS Studio RS-CS305 Desktop Copy Stand Adjusts 6" to 12" High with 9x12" Baseboard

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RPS Studio RS-CS305 Features

  • 9" x 12" Laminate Baseboard
  • 2-Section Adjustable Column
  • Adjusts from 6 to 12 inches high
  • Standard 1/4-20 Camera Mounting Screw
  • All Metal Bracket

RPS Studio RS-CS305 Reviews

Reviewed by 2 customers


why not some lighting


from Cleveland OH  -  Photo Enthusiast

some basic/cheap lighting would be useful

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Totally worth the[$]


from Boston, MA  -  Photo Enthusiast

I use this to take photos of my animation. It's well within the budget of a student, compared to other copystand models costing hundreds or thousands of dollars. it's fine for drawings between 4"x6" and 8.5"x11", which are the sizes I usually work within drawing animation by hand.


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Alfredo V  are the column assembly, sliding arm & camera cradle metal?
KENT C  yes...it's aluminum.
David R  Does this copy stand fit a sony sel 1855 camera?
KENT C  Not sure abour your particular camera. The attachment for the camera is at the top of the copy stand arm. It has a 'standard' male screw attachment thumb wheel that fits into the regular female screw receptacle on SLR cameras...it also fits my Kodak and Nikon digitals. My best guess would be that it would fit your camera BUT to be sure you can go into any camera store that has a copy stand and see if your camera will fit the screw attachment. In my experience with copy stands I have never had one that did not fit any camera that i mounted on it.
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