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Manfrotto 035RL Super Clamp with 2908 Standard Stud - Replaces 2900 - Black
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- Clamps securely to many items
- Built in Socket allows use of a wide variety of attachments
- Black finish to reduce reflection
- Rugged Construction
- Securely attaches to round and flat surfaces
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|Item Dimensions||5.35 x 10.20 x 2.55 inches||2.36 x 5.51 x 10.24 inches||5.31 x 4.13 x 2.56 inches||1.38 x 1.38 x 25.79 inches||10.83 x 3.15 x 3.46 inches|
The original Super Clamp that has thousands of uses. No camera bag should be without one. The Super Clamp holds just about everything: cameras, lights, umbrellas, hooks, shelves, plate glass, cross bars, even other Super Clamps! And they hold these items to just about everything: poles, posts, tripod legs, pipes, doors, stands, and beams - virtually any support you can get the Super Clamps wide jaws around. This clamp replaces the Manfrotto 2900.
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|The original Super Clamp that has thousands of uses. No camera bag should be without one. The Super Clamp holds just about everything: cameras, lights, umbrellas, hooks, shelves, plate glass, cross bars, even other Super Clamps! And they hold these items to just about everything: poles, posts, tripod legs, pipes, doors, stands, and beams - virtually any support you can get the Super Clamps wide jaws around. |
The Manfrotto Super Clamp comes with a black wedge to allow you to mount it to any flat or squared surface (like a table).
|Attachment ||16mm hexagonal + M5& 1/4" threads attachment type|
|Clamp Range - Max. (Round Tube) ||2.17 in |
|Clamp Range - Min. (Round Tube)||0.51 in |
|Load Capacity||15 kg • 33.07 lbs|
|Weight||0.41 kg • 0.9 lbs|
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I purchased 2 units of the Manfrotto super clamps, to attach several types of equipment to the Manfrotto AutoPole 2 that I own as well.
The clamps are made from a solid aluminum and offers a solid grip. According to the manufacturer, the max. weight limit for this clamp is 15 kg - So far, I hung with it mostly LED lights, and it held them firmly.
The clamp is padded from the inside, so when it surrounds the Manfrotto Autopole 2 that I attached it to, it doesn’t scratch the Autopole.
The jaw opening range of this clamp is 0.5” - 2.1” (1.3 cm - 5.3 cm) which is relatively big and makes it easy to fit this clamp with various setups.
I purchased the clamp along with a metal stud, that is useful and durable, but I was a bit surprised to learn that it shows marks from the screw of the items I attached to it. Since it’s a metal stud (and not a cheap one), I thought it will not show any scratches or marks. But so far, at least it didn’t bend inward, like a cheap aluminum stud. You probably will need the metal stud, so I recommend getting it as well, as the super clamp is sold either with or without it.
Overall, the setup of my equipment looks great and seems to be in its place thanks to the Manfrotto super clamps, so I’m comfortable with it and can sleep well at night and it won’t fall on my head, so it was worth spending the extra bucks on the more familiar brand and start working.
Please note I attached to this review screenshots + a video I made about my experience with the super clam.
If you have any, please do ask and I will do my best to answer them.
I bought this because I was tired of messing around with the standard generic spring "smart phone spring loaded clamp" that you see everywhere. They are easy to use and about 99 cents on ebay, but I actually value my phone, and after a few times of those things almost losing their grip on my iPhone while I was shooting video or product shots I realized that 99 cents versus replacing this overpriced iPhone was not a tradeoff I could live with. I even tried the Square Jellyfish (don't - just don't). This clamp is a monster. If you are at all serious about filming with your iPhone, Android, or DSLR and you need a reliable way to get your "camera" (or phone) to remain motionless while you shoot this is what you need.
It may seem like overkill at first, especially when you compare it to those cute little spring clips, but once those spit your phone out because you bumped into it while adjusting focus you will come to see how amazing this thing is. It clamps ANYWHERE. You can mount your iPhone to a branch, or a broomstick (if you don't have a monopod), or to a tripod, a C-stand, literally anywhere. The adjustment knob/handle spins easily for quick expansion and the jaws open ridiculously wide - I believe well over 45 degrees (I didn't use a protractor). I was a bit hesitant about buying something so industrial, but this will last me a lifetime, and all of the instructional videos I make in the future will be a lot easier because I am not fighting with my equipment - I am just getting the shot. To me, that is what really counts; doing what I do instead of wrestling with crappy equipment (which I have done far too much of already - being on a budget). I really think you will like this thing. Thanks for reading this.
That being said though the Manfrotto does seem to have better fit and finish. For example they both come with a little rubber triangle that fits in the jaws for when you're clamping to a flat surface like say a table. The Manfrotto piece fits snugly on the clamp both when you're using it and when your not it's molded well out of good material. The Limo Studios one....well that one is gone it fell off some where because it never fit properly it was misshapen from the get go. Similar story with the brass binding post the Manfrotto post is machined well, fits in place snug and has no jagged or sharp edges. I'd totally trust the Manfrotto product to hold my expensive studio equipment. The Limo post is sharp enough to sever an artery, fits with tons of slop but tightens down fine enough. Would I dangle an expensive strobe head off of it, I'd probably rather not. The handle used to tighten the clamps on the Manfrotto is long enough to do the job but not so long that it gets in the way when you're using it in tight spots. The handle on the Limo is too long and hits everything it seems. Bottom line is that if I were using it in a studio to hold lights, modifiers and backgrounds I'd spring for the Manfrotto clamps. If you just need to hold an umbrella on your monopod get the Limo clamps, they're good enough.
Top reviews from other countries
I use it to hold my camera for stop motion photography above the shooting surface and it works well.
I also bought a second one to mount a stereo to a motorcycle.
I bought a second one after using the first one. I would recommend this to others that need a sturdy clamp. If you don't need the stud the one without the included stud
Used it in my masai mara trip for wildlife photography.
Put it on the safari vehicle roof top, and worked like a solid tripod.
Highly recommended! Buy more than two