Wednesday, February 10th, 2021

My New 150kg Studio Stand that is from 1957 – Cambo AST

My new (ok, its 70 years old) Cambo AST Studio stand is pretty cool and will make my wet plate work much easier. Watch the whole journey in my latest video. Thanks to Dani, Fritz and Erich for helping! Without you guys I couldn’t have done it!

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Posted by Markus on February 10th, 2021 | Filed in cambo, collodion, nassplatte, photography, tintype, wetplate | 3 Comments »


3 Responses to “My New 150kg Studio Stand that is from 1957 – Cambo AST”

  1. September 21st, 2021 at 4:35 pm

    Markus Hofstaetter's blog » a 170 year old process and high end food photography said:

    […] try to explain. Many of you guys will remember that I bought a Cambo studio stand some while ago (https://blog.markus-hofstaetter.at/2021/02/my-new-150kg-studio-stand-that-is-from-1957-cambo-ast/ ). A little bit later I bought a used tray for it on Ebay. The seller was very friendly and somehow […]

  2. September 22nd, 2021 at 7:04 pm

    Video: Using wet-plate collodion photography process for high-end food photography: Digital Photography Review - Royal Prodigy Verse said:

    […] discussed how he met with Gerlach and set up his equipment for food photography. Hofstaetter bought a 150kg Cambo studio stand earlier this year and then found a tray for it on eBay. Gerlach was the eBay seller, and the two […]

  3. September 23rd, 2021 at 12:27 pm

    Video: Using wet-plate collodion photography process for high-end food photography: Digital Photography Review – BUY ON THE WEB said:

    […] discussed how he met with Gerlach and set up his equipment for food photography. Hofstaetter bought a 150kg Cambo studio stand earlier this year and then found a tray for it on eBay. Gerlach was the eBay seller, and the two […]



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