Manfrotto 058B Aluminum Studio Pro Triaut Tripod Legs
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|Leg Stages / Sections||1/2|
|Head Mount Thread Size||3/8"-16|
|Spiked / Retractable Feet||No, rubber|
|Leg Lock Type||Quick action triggers|
|Leg Tube Diameters||30, 25, 20 mm|
|Independent Leg Spread||No|
|Head Type||Not applicable|
|Load Capacity||Not applicable|
|Minimum Height||17.32" (44 cm)|
|Maximum Height without Column Extended||75.2" (191 cm)|
|Maximum Height||85.43" (217 cm)|
|Material||Black anodized aluminum and steel|
|Total Weight||13.56 lb (6.15 kg)|
|Load Capacity||26.46 lb (12 kg)|
|Folded Length||37.01" (94 cm)|
|Center Brace||Yes, mid-level, variable arm length spreader|
|Center Column Sections||2/3|
|Column Cross Section||Round|
I've resisted moving to a ball mount because camera height is so critical to me and you lose the adjustable center post. You're trading ease of level for ease of correct height. I'd rather be a little off level than 1 1/2 too low.
I'm on my second one. I shoot over 50,000 photos a year. The first one lasted over 10 years. The functions are buttery smooth and I expect this one to last a long time as well. It is heavy though. I would only recommend this for a studio.
The ease and speed of setup is what I rely most on. I take it to a location and am ready to shoot in seconds.
I'm 6'6 tall. This was just one of three tripods that I found that could reach up to me instead of me going down to it. For the past year or so I've been into pan photography...I like to shoot more than what I can see through the viewfinder..
Very sturdy tripod. Ideal for location or studio shootings.
I bought one of these many years ago and found it exceptional. Quite possibly the most stable tripod I have ever used, but I sold it. Not because of any fault at all, but simply as I am a landscaper and this is just so heavy to cart around the hills.
I bought a Manfrotto 058 with an 029 head at the Norwich Camera Centre 30 years ago, and I still have it, still use it, and it works perfectly. The only thing I have done is squirt some WD-40 at it after hosing it down because it has been in the sea. And changed the head for a 410.
A tripod is for stability and being rock solid.They don't come better than this and despite the weight, I use mine in the field a lot. In fact I prefer it to any of the flimsy so called lightweight solutions.
Good Footing, Locks In Tight, Robust, Smooth Movement, Solid, Studio
I always want a sturdy strong camera tripod looked around for months until I noticed the Monfrotto it's a solid easy to use and fast to set up
Compact, Easily Adjusted, Good Footing, Locks In Tight, Smooth Movement
As a pro, I do quite a bit of Interior and Architectural photography.This tripod is a massive step up from the 'standard' 190XDB I used to use, but I put off buying a 'pro' tripod, because of cost and the weight of them.I'm so pleased that I took the decision to buy the 058B.UPSIDE.
Easily Adjusted, Good Footing, Locks In Tight, Smooth Movement
- Supports 26.46 lb
- Maximum Height: 85.43 lb
- Minimum Height: 17.32"
- Geared Center Column
- Folds Down to 37"
- Auto Leg Release
- Manfrotto 058B Aluminum Triaut Tripod
- Limited 2-Year Warranty
- Limited 8-Year Warranty Extension upon Online Product Registration