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|Weight||3.53 lb (1.6 kg)|
|Tripod Mount Thread Size||3/8"-16|
|Height||6.3" (16.0 cm)|
|Load Capacity||16.5 lb (7.5 kg)|
|Maximum Camera Supported||All medium format systems|
I rarely write reviews but I have to rave about this product.I already owned a nice Manfrotto ball head however, being an architectural photographer, I thought a geared head would be something really nice to have. And oh boy! It made my work so much easier!
I wasn't sure how quick this would be compared to my last ball head, but this gear head is awesome! Super easy and fast to use.
I've had the 410 for a few years and was never that happy with it since it developed a little play in it right away. Wish I had just bought the 405 to begin with, it's much more solid and has no play or movement. So far very happy with it.
I am very happy with this Manfrotto Geared Head. So nice, smoooth and precise. Thanks Manfrotto.
Big, heavy and awesome. I really enjoy the ability to precisely position the camera for product photography. Amazing for it's repeatable accuracy.
This is a must-have for product photography. I waited way too long to make the purchase. Rock solid and precise adjustments.I use this on my camera stand in the studio. I've added a RRS leveling base to the bottom and a RRS quick release stacked on top.
I can't believe I waited this long to purchase this head. As a food photographer I use my tripod for some food shots, but also for interiors and exteriors of the food spaces I shoot.
This is a great tripod head for studio/product photography. It is very solid and easy to make small, precise adjustments in camera position.
This geared head is incredibly precise and well worth the price. I am an architectural photographer and love the way this head works. With any other head it took time to make the camera perfectly level. Even then some corrections had to be made in postproduction.
"Speed and precision." That pretty much says it. It has a quick setting for all axis, and fine adjustment on the knobs. It has dial indicators and a bubble level. I've had every kind of tripod, starting with a Star-D, several Manfrotto heads and tripods, and this is the best of the bunch so far.