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Jim Cowsert - is it possible to use the x-drop without the rear legs sticking out? In other words - say I'm lacking room and I want to set it up flat (without the rear legs extended) and then gaffer tape the flattened frame to the wall. Is that possible?
Also, how many feet does it take up from front to back when the rear legs are extended?
You will need about 4' clearance from a back wall to use the X-Drop. The legs on the base extend together, so you wouldn't be able to use it as a flat frame. The only time I've had problems is when I set it up in a small room which sometimes makes it a tight shoot.
Overall I'm very happy with the system, just wish they had more varieties on their backdrops. To get around that I've bought my own materials and cut them down to the same size as their backgrounds 5'x7', stamped in some grommets and have my own Red, Blue, and Lt.Blue solid backgrounds.