Savage Port-A-Stand, Free Standing Background Support System with a roll 53"x12 Yards Seamless White Background Paper

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A versatile, yet compact metal portable background stand. Matte black finish. Stand opens to 9'5" wide, 8'10" high and collapses to 44" for ease of carrying. The vertical uprights can be used as light stands for a completely versatile All-in-One system. Comes complete with a bag. The perfect background stand for location photography. Weighs 12lbs. Accommodates 53" x 12 yds. or 107" x 12 yds. rolls of paper or fabric background.

This kit includes a roll 53" x 1 2' Seamless White Background Paper

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Easy to use (4),Packs small / compresses (4),Strong construction (4)
Best Uses:
Family photos (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Semi-pro photographer (3)

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Most Liked Positive Review


Practical, functional, reasonably priced

Easy to carry in the provided bag with shoulder strap. Sets up in seconds and comfortably holds background rolls up to 107". A definite improvement over the previous version,

Reviewed by 5 customers

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Practical, functional, reasonably priced


from Miami  -  Pro Photographer

Easy to carry in the provided bag with shoulder strap. Sets up in seconds and comfortably holds background rolls up to 107". A definite improvement over the previous version,


Works nicely


from Burlington, VT  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Kit is great, but the 53" is only usable for close up and head shots. For full body or group shots you'll want to invest in the 107" Also, this doesn't come with anything to keep the paper from pulling itself down. There are no clips with the kit.


Product adequate


from New Bern,NC  -  Pro Photographer

A little heavier than I expected.


Great value!


from Bettendorf, IA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

This works great as a very portable backdrop stand. I love the telescoping bar that adjust easily to any size. The white paper that came with it is just wide enough to shoot a simple headshot but I would not use this for much else as it is very narrow.


Adorama comes through again!


from Cambridge, Ontario, Canada  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Very good product @ a very good price. Rec'd in A1 condition due to very good packaging. I will most definately make more purchases from Adorama.


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(unknown) (  Can I open this to JUST 53" across and will it lock into place? I don't want to have extra stand on either side.
DAVID P  The horizontal rod does not lock. The horizontal rod is made of a small tube inside a larger tube. Length can be adjusted by pushing or pulling the small tube in or out of the larger tube. In use the length of the horizontal rod is controlled by the spacing of the two stands on each end of the horizontal rod. There are holes in each end of the horizontal rod and the top of the two vertical stands fit in these holes.
Shopper  Does this particular "Savage Port-A-Stand" bring both tripods with the tall poles and the horizontal bar? If so would I be able to attach different backgrounds to it in the future or is it fixed for just the white roll? Furthermore, will I only be able to hang one background roll at a time or can I attach a 4 piece background holder to transition easily from one to another?
JEREMIAH F  It includes everything you see, basically.. 2 stands (useable as light stands if you aren't using backdrop etc)... and can accommodate 2 sizes of paper basically. You can use anything else on it background wise, either via clamps or if it is a roll background, then that possible too. As for 4 piece background holder, I'm not sure if it would be strong enough for that
Becky H  What is the lowest height that it can be set up at?
AMIE N  Around 3 feet. For product photography that low setting is great, but for anything else you will need to raise it up.
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