The centreless table is produced in bothstandard and wide versions . It brings the best optical outputs from all robotic machines, as it is possible to light the object from below, extremely productive for example when shooting large volumes of glassware or bottles.
Easy attachment of a cube in the “upside down position” for photography of suspended objects. In this configuration both robots can work in synchronized mode. Furthermore, with the addition of arm or vario it is possible to photograph objects from the top view at different angles of the vertical plane.
Maximum load 25 kg.
USE FOR PHOTOGRAPHING – wines & spirits , glassware, crystal jewellery, porcelain, white or glossy objects etc.
TRANSPARENT PLATE – A unique system of adjustable plate supports. For smaller and lighter objects, you can easily push the supports aside so that they are not on your pictures. Supports work also as a safety measure when changing the plate.
BOTTOM & BACK LIGHT BACKGROUND – An amazing special background for backlight photography, the REFLECTIVE PART ”catches“ the light from the lower light source, directing it under the Transparent Plate of the Centreless Table. The LIGHT-DISPERSING PART distributes the light from the back light source for an evenly lighted background, without affecting foreground lighting.
CASTORS / LEGS – You can switch between braked castors for easy handling and pull-out feet for stable position and levelled set up, keeping it rock solid or on the roll.
CENTERING LASERS – A set of industrial lasers indicating the turntable’s centre of rotation helps you position the photographed object precisely and quickly without any permanent marks and measures.
HEDGEHOG FLASH HOLDER SET – 4 PAWS – No more tripods for flash lights, stealing space and blocking your entrance to the Table. All the power cables for flash lights are overhead! This set converts your Table Kit photo-workstation into a mobile version. Centreless Table Kit with flash lights (2 for object, 2 for background lighting) is your smart solution.
- September 11, 2014