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Nothing to complain about. It's heavy enough to be sturdy but not to heavy where you would leave it at home. I like being able to adjust the friction on the ball head, I put the Nikon 200-500 lens on it and you could adjust it where it wouldn't tilt in any direction on its own, but you could still...
Well it was just as described seems like a good value with head great manfrotto quality would buy it again
This would be fine with a DSLR, but with a 501 HDV video head and larger Panasonic camera - the tripod is very top heavy and falls over easy.
Very stable and sturdy tripod. Well worth the money. I use it with my Canon 5D Mark lll with a Tamron 150-600 lens, no problem handling the weight. The thicker legs make it very steady with the equipment.
I like everything about this tripod, except the lack of a way to hang weight off the center pole for ballast.
Not sure I needed such a tripod, but wanted to try a ball head with my Canon 7D 100-400 L (II) lens for imaging birds and such. This outdid my last Monfrotto: easy set up; easier "camera angle" movement with the ball head. And the birds, Columbia ground squirrels ignored the setup.
I use this product for professional architectural photography as well as video production with Manfrotto's 700RC2 Composite Video Head. Expect nothing but the best out of this well crafted Italian-made tripod. I've had other tripods in the past not withstand a year of moderately-low usage.
I've never owned any Manfrotto product. These tripod and ball head are very sturdy and well built. I travel to the far east quite a bit and need to bring this tripod. Due to its nice weight I will be removing the ball head and packing it with my luggage while carrying the tripod using the Manfrotto...
Head is not properly working.