Manfrotto MK394-PQ Large Photo Kit with Aluminum Tripod and Ball Head with Quick Release
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- Ball Head for quick and smooth set up
- Adjustable leg angles
- Carrying bag included
- Built in quick release system
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|Item Dimensions||4.25 x 4.25 x 20.6 inches|
|Item Weight||3.24 pounds|
|Maximum Height||144 centimeters|
|Minimum Height||36 centimeters|
|Shipping Weight||4.37 pounds|
|Tripod Head Type||ball-heads|
The MK394-PQ is the most stable and easy-to-use photo system of the 390 family, designed to ensure maximum durability through its high quality metal construction. This system has an integrated compact photo head with a quick camera attachment that provides fast, multi-angle movements. The tripod legs are made of large aluminum tubes to maximize stability and compactness, and they can be independently set in two different angle positions. This tripod also comes with a convenient bag for packing and transportation. Leg section diameters in mm: 26, 22, 18, 14. Closed length 20.1";Maximum height 56.7";Maximum load capacity 7.7lbs;Weight 3.2lbs.
Top Customer Reviews
Very easy to use
Easy to fold and carry
Ball head mechanism
5 year warranty
Cons: As on this date, I used it less than 25 times and I did not find any down side.
I do recommend this to any beginner (like me); but I also suggest one to try it out (with your camera) at a local store before ordering online.
Now I will say the quick release mechanism or whatever it's called works and works well, tho now, about 8 months later the plate doesn't feel as snug as it once did. The camera is obviously secure (feels secure and in wind with an extra wide strap my photos remain sharp) but there is just a small amount of give. It might be something I can adjust with some basic tools, I haven't worried about it yet as like I said the camera is indeed secure. Just a pet peeve, just like my memory card slot on my camera that moves just a fraction of a millimeter and drives me nuts! Whether the connection on the Manfrotto is truly as trivial as the minor movement of my memory card cover, well I don't know but I feel confident nonetheless.