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|Load Capacity||17.6 lb (8 kg)|
|Quick Release||Yes, RC2|
|Separate Panning Lock||Yes|
|Tripod Mount Thread Size||3/8"-16|
|Dimensions||With handles retracted: 5.3 x 5.3 x 5.1" (13.5 x 13.5 x 13.0 cm)|
|Height||5.1" (13 cm)|
|Weight||2.2 lb (1 kg)|
I prefer this type of head of the ball head style because you are adjusting only 1 axis at a time. Usually that is what I need. Of the available quality 3 way heads, I like this one most. There are great smooth video pan tilt heads out there.
Extremely smooth and sturdy. Love the push in levers. Used in conjunction with another manfrotto head, it gives me massive freedom in the angle and perspective of my photos.
This head works great with my 5D mark IV and the 24-70mm L lens. No issues with creeping at any angle or position. Holds the weight exactly where I place the camera so the subject doesn't drift out of the shot. The locking mechanisms work really well.
Solid head with good adjustments. The tension is good, but finding a smooth release from locked is a challenge.
Very Easy to handle and easy to use.
After some adjusting it works great doing exactly what I intended it for. good quality
I ordered this as a kit with the Manfrotto MT190XPro3 tripod. I can tell you this is the best camera head that I have ever used. When used in conjunction with the tripod I mentioned, you will never use another brand. Highly recommended.
I love this tripod! The levelers for each axis are wonderful and the tripod can be adjusted to fit in just about any configuration you need! I've used it on rocks, right near the ground, and on a very steep hill with no problems.The issues: Be careful extending the legs.
I love this tripod! The levelers for each axis are wonderful and the tripod can be adjusted to fit in just about any configuration you need! I've used it on rocks, right near the ground, and on a very steep hill with no problems. The issues: Be careful extending the legs.
Works well for the money. My Nikon 400 2.8 is probably too much for this head but it's still useable.