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Strobepro Mini C Stand with Boom

27 reviews

Like Our Big C Stand, But Smaller

A perfect compliment to your studio for those times you need a smaller 20" c stand.  It goes down lower and has a smaller 20" boom.  Even though it's smaller it still has all the features of our larger c stand and it's still a beast.  Its rock-solid steel construction will take a beating for years to come.

Solid as a Rock

The Strobepro Mini C Stand means business. It might be called mini but this stand can still handle heavy loads.  Its solid metal construction is nearly indestructible.

Multi-Use Boom

The beauty of the Strobepro Mini C Stand is that you can use it as a regular stand or with the included boom and grip heads.

Detachable Legs

C stands are meant to be heavy but you still need to transport them from time to time. The Strobepro Mini C Stand can detach its legs in seconds making it much more portable than a traditional C stand.

Add Optional Wheels

Add the Mini Roller II wheelbase and your c stand becomes instantly rollable. Or add the 30mm C Stand Wheels for a more affordable option. A perfect solution to easily roll your stand around the studio.


Sections  3
Min Height 80cm (31.5")
Max Height 161cm (63.4")
Folded Height 80cm (31.5")
Max Load Bearing 10kg (22lbs)
Pole Diameter 25/30/35 mm
Leg Diameter 30mm (Use 30mm wheel sets)
Boom Length 50cm (19.69")
Boom Sections 1
Footprint 80cm (31.5")
Weight 7.26 kg (16lbs)


-1 x Mini C Stand with turtle base
-1 x Boom Arm
-2 x Grip Heads


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    Tieran G.
    Canada Canada

    Bad *** Little 20’s!

    These little guys are awesome. They DEFINITELY stack up well against my Matthews and Avenger 20’s. The new and improved heads were an absolute game changer. I’ll be buying more - lots more!

    Miguel Q.
    Canada Canada

    C stands

    Built like a tank. Fast delivery and great communication from Strobepro.

    Linda D.
    Canada Canada

    Mini c-stand is a must for tiny studio

    I already own the big c-stand with additional wheels however it is way to big for my tiny studio to use with my large octa so I had to purchase this mini C-stand. It is perfect! I was a little surprised that the boom is so short on it..I mean really short so I am actually wondering of it’s use possibilities but only time will tell. It is a great stand for on location photography too but would recommend purchasing the wheels for it is well in that case. Strobepro stands are all solid construction, very sturdy and the c-stands are also quite heavy. I have zero worries about these stands to fail me.

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    Laurie B.
    Canada Canada

    Mini C Stand

    I've been meaning to buy a mini c stand forever and I'm so glad I did! It's perfect for getting the light closer to the floor and it's just as sturdy as my full-sized stands. This would be a great stand for a small space with low ceilings, actually. No need for a full-sized stand if you don't have the space.

    Canada Canada

    Best Place for C Stands in Canada!

    I’ve been using standard-sized C Stands for a few years. Half of the time they are more than I need, and given how heavy they are, its a huge waste of energy to haul them around. I was so excited when I came across these and they haven’t disappointed. These are great! My only complaint is that I didn’t know about StrobePro, and that they are a Canadian company sooner! As far as I know you can’t beat the price in Canada for most of their stuff, and there isn’t a sacrifice in quality. A note to StrobePro: I picked up two at the same time and I received two different variations. I’m not sure which is the newer model but between the differences I personally prefer the top pin with the cross-hatch engraving, and the one where the knob for attaching the pole to the base resembles the rest of the knobs (rather than the more basic T shaped one.)