Photo Booth Made Easy
The Tether Tools Vu Booth is a quick, easy and inexpensive way to create a photo booth for events, wedding or parties. Designed with the on-the-go photographer in mind, the Vu Booth is designed to serve many photo display needs, travel easy and not break the bank.
The Vu Booth is a modular booth setup designed to utilize existing equipment so purchasing an expensive, cumbersome, use-specific photo booth is not needed in order to offer clients a photo booth option for their events.
Simple to set-up and easily positioned in any environment, the Vu Booth can be set up on any existing tripod or stand and attaches to any VESA compliant TV or monitor. The Vu Booth Kit contains a Vu Monitor Mount of choice (compare Vu options), a Magic Arm, a Rock Solid ProClamp and a camera mounting platform.
The Tether Tools Vu Booth sets up in minutes. Easily connect any VESA compliant 75x75 or 100x100 monitor to the Vu Monitor mount. Once mounted, the monitor can easily rotate from landscape to portrait position.
Then connect the ProClamp and Arm to a tripod leg or stand column. The camera platform mounts any camera, which can be positioned on top, below or to the side of the monitor.
When not being used as a photo booth the same equipment can be dismantled and utilized in a number other capacities and situations in the photography and film workflow.
Monitor notes: For larger monitors, with larger VESA patterns, the VESA Vu 200x200, 200x400, and Universal adapter plates (sold separately) have been created to meet just about any monitor's specifications. If you plan to mount an Apple iMac and/or a Cinema Display a special adapter plate is required available at Apple.com.
The Vu Booth contains:
Choice of one (1):
- One (1) Articulating Arm
- One(1) Rock Solid Pro Clamp
- One (1) Camera Platform
* Please note the Vu Booth does not include a tripod, stand, monitor or photobooth software. If planning to use the Local Vu on a 5/8”(16mm) stand a Swivel Pin (or knuckle) is recommended to angle and position the monitor. The use of a sandbag on the stand or tripod is recommended.