The light carbon fibre legs make it easy to carry this tripod around without compromising on its strength. The 100% carbon fibre tubes offer stability and rigidity under any conditions while absorbing vibrations to eliminate distractions. It’s much lighter to carry around than an aluminium frame, making it an excellent choice for travel photographers.
The multipurpose centre column can be configured vertically or horizontally so you can get closer to your subject for greater detail. The horizontal column is useful for top-down perspectives and more complicated compositions. The macro photographer can shoot with the lens facing completely downwards. And you can adjust the column with the camera securely in place.The bubble level in the centre column helps you to achieve straight positioning and accurate shots.
When you’re next out on a shoot, you won’t need to worry about bringing so many stands and tripods with you, as you can attach multiple accessories to this Manfrotto tripod. Easily attach LED lights, flashes and reflectors on the Easy Link 3/8” compatible arm.
Have confidence that the Manfrotto tripod legs are locked in place with the Quick Power Lock levers. You’ll know when the locks have closed, with an unmissable audible click. The clips are large and easy to grasp, so extending and closing the tripod legs is easy. With precise positioning and clamps, its secure even on unforgiving surfaces.
Easily adjust the leg angles with the leg angle selector, which allows you to pre-set angles of 25-, 46-, 66- and 88-degrees independently for each leg. This Manfrotto tripod also extends to a maximum height of 170cm and shrinks to just 9cm, making it very versatile. Get the shots you need with lots of creative options and the ability to shoot from a range of new perspectives.
The 9kg load capacity makes it easy for this tripod to hold a wide range of DSLRs, video cameras and lens combinations. Mount a camera such as a Canon 1DX II with a Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II lens with complete ease.
|Maximum Height||66.9" / 169.9 cm|
|Minimum Height||3.5" / 8.9 cm|
|Folded Length||24" / 61 cm|
|Head Attachment Fitting||3/8"-16 Screw|
|Leg Stages Sections||3|
|Leg Lock Type||Flip Lock|
|Independent Leg Spread||Yes|
|Center Column Type||Rapid|
While it’s tempting to move your tripod around with the camera locked in place, it’s best to dismount your camera from the tripod when you’re moving around to avoid any damage to your camera.
Fix a leg that’s come loose with an allen or hex key to tighten it back up.
If you do videography, look at a fluid video head. If you do landscape or architecture, look at a 3-way adjustable head. If you travel and need to keep things lightweight and compact, look for a ballhead.
One way is to use your water bottle as a balancing weight to help hunker down your tripod. Throw the bottle inside a bag with a piece of string attached to loop around the in-built hook on the tripod to keep it as stable as possible, particularly for long-exposure photography.
Landscape and scenery photographers should consider using various Lee filters to help you achieve the best possible colours and exposure effects on your images.
Shutter remotes, from inexpensive infrared remotes to advanced intervalometers, are excellent for long exposure photography. By using a shutter remote, you can avoid touching your camera during and just before the exposure begins to ensure you do not create any blurriness in your images through accidental camera shake.
For time-lapse photography, attach the Syrp Genie to your tripod which will rotate as it captures multiple exposures. The Genie also produces a great effect for perfectly smooth rotation panning shots for your videography.