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I don't see why not - it's pretty sturdy. My heaviest lens is about 3.5 pounds and it handles that with no problems. Good luck!
Feb 19, 2014 by S. Flowers
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I believe with the legs retracted and fully splayed out the closest would be about 25"
Sep 24, 2014 by William Root
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Handles are removable. Have had tripod for a year and no wear and tear on handles is apparent. I would guess replacement parts are available. Ron
Jan 22, 2014 by ron
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Can it pan ? May 4, 2015
Yes the head is equipped with 3 planes of rotation.
May 5, 2015 by PRC
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Yes, No Problem. This Manfrotto is built well, NOT lightweight but really strong !!
Apr 10, 2015 by Brad Mommaerts
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I have never used it with a slider but Manfrotto has an office in Mahway, NJ and I am sure they can answer that question.
Mar 12, 2015 by William Gutsch
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Yes they are. Very easy and they stay where you set them.
Oct 30, 2014 by William Root
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Not sure, we use ours with a cannon camera.
Jul 25, 2014 by Greg P.
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It should. Manfrotto tripods include a quick release plate which fastens to your camera's tripod mount. I am not familiar with you camera personally, but as long as your camera has a a tripod mount on the bottom, you should be fine.
Jul 23, 2014 by Jesse K
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The tripod and its fabric carry bag together weigh 5.8 lb.
Jul 20, 2014 by MrA
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