How Good is The Macromat Miniature Backdrop?

By |2017-03-29T15:30:33+00:00March 29th, 2017|Categories: Photography, Product Review, Videos, Warhammer 40k|

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Welcome back hobby maniacs, today Rob is reviewing the Macromat Miniature backdrop, another great product from our friends over at TABLEWAR.

This awesome photo mat is perfect for taking some sweet photos of your latest miniature masterpiece.  With a variety of different options to choose from, you can find the perfect background to make your models really pop!

The standard model retails for $70 and comes with the ‘Cool’ Gradient, the awesome Blue Gradient and ‘Warm’ Gradient (all of which are also available for $25 each separately).

TABLEWAR Macromat: $70

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The sturdy frame is made of a strong metal, no cheap plastic here!  With a suitably heavy steel baseplate this thing isn’t tipping over or breaking anytime soon.  The easy assembly and modular construction of the frame enables a quick and effortless swap from landscape to portrait mode.

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The large mats can easily provide a background for any model from this brand new Primarch all the way up to the largest of Titans!

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The MacroMats are a series of specially designed photography backdrops perfect for use in photographing collectibles, hobby miniatures, and small works of art. This is an innovation in that it brings extreme functionality, portability, and durability all together in a single, inexpensive product. The Full Set contains three MacroMats designs: ‘Warm’, ‘Cool’, & ‘Blue Gradient’. Each of the MacroMats is 15″x30″. The set also comes with an adjustable stand (12-22″ in vertical height adjustments; and options for 16″ or 32″ horizontal cross-bar), four clips, & a carry/storage bag.

The Macromat can be purchased from Tablewar.com right here!

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Check out the whole video review below!

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