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|Head Type||3-Way geared|
|Load Capacity||11 lbs (5kg)|
|Tripod Mount Thread Size||3/8"-16|
|Weight||2.7 lb (1.2kg)|
The Manfrotto 410 Junior geared head is an excellent product. It makes final adjustment of the camera very easy, particularly if using a longer focal length lens. However, it has one major flaw: it places the optical center of the camera approximately 1 inch to the left of the central axis of the...
I use it mainly for landscape photography.Actually, I had the same product for nine years, and used it quite roughly. Finally, the Quick Release lever got jammed. Even then it lasted me that long.Therefore, I ordered it again!Biggest disadvantage for this product is the weight.
Not sure how I managed without this for so long. Crucial in architecture and product shots for easy small adjusts.
The Manfrotto 410 Junior Geared Head provides a solid easily adjustable support for my camera. I've always used a ball head but when adjusting a ball head for one position it can effect other settings. With the geared head each positioning mechanism works independently of the others.
This is the best tripod head I have ever purchased. I will never go back to a ball head again.
I bought the geared head for a Canon 5D mark iv because I found that a ball head did not allow fine enough adjustments to straighten the camera easily with the built-in level. The geared head allows for precise incremental movements, and I now have no difficulty getting everything exactly true; I...
Used with Gitzo tripod. Unfortunately also needed to purchase centre column to allow full travel.So a $500 upgrade to my already $1200 tripod
Using this for real estate interiors. Fast setup makes it worth the price.
I purchased this for real estate photography because of all the positive reviews online. After attaching it to my tripod and snapping my camera in and out of it a few times, it broke. I was very disappointed. My husband was able to fix it, for the time being, and I hope that it will last.
I bought this tripod head in preparation for this summer's total eclipse (August 2017) but now that I've had a chance to play with it a bit, I wonder how I ever made do with a ball head? Precision alignment of the camera is so easy!