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Manfrotto MT190XPRO4 4 Section Aluminum Tripod Legs with Q90 Column (Black)
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- Solid and fast set up with the new Quick Power Lock System
- Easy Link plug for instant accessory connections
- Built in rotating bubble level
- Q90 Column for great positioning possibilities
- New leg angle selectors
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Introducing the 190go!
Solid and Fast to Set Up
Completely extend the legs with one-hand opening.
An innovative mechanism allowing the vertical column to swing to the horizontal position increasing shooting flexibility.
Turning the 190 into a mobile studio expanding shooting possibilities.
The 190 is Solid and Fast to Set Up
Less time setting up the tripod means more shooting, stability means unbeatable quality image. The new 190 is quicker and easier than ever to deploy and adjust, thanks to the new Quick Power Lock lever design. QPL is ultra fast - all the lock on each leg can be released with one hand and a single movement - and extremely solid making the 190 a superior camera support.
Down to the ground
Set your 190 down to the ground to discover new shooting perspective and deliver unique images.
190 tripods have 4 leg angles that enable to adapt to any terrain providing extraordinary stability.
Enrich your shot
Attach an LED light or other functional accessories to create the perfect condition for an amazing shot.
|Manfrotto 190 Aluminium 3 Section Tripod||Manfrotto 190 Aluminium 4 Section Tripod||Manfrotto 190 Carbon Fibre 3 Section Tripod||Manfrotto 190 Carbon Fibre 4 Section Tripod|
|Leg Lock Type||Flip Lock||Flip Lock||Flip Lock||Flip Lock|
|Closed Length||59 cm / 23.2 in||49 cm / 19.3 in||61 cm / 24 in||52 cm / 20.4 in|
|Max Height||160 cm / 63 in||160 cm / 63 in||160 cm / 63 in||160 cm / 63 in|
|Min Height||9 cm / 3.5 in||8 cm / 3.1 in||9 cm / 3.5 in||8 cm / 3.1 in|
|Safety Payload||7 kg / 15.4 lbs||7 kg / 15.4 lbs||7 kg / 15.4 lbs||7 kg / 15.4 lbs|
|Maximum Height (with Centre Column Down)||135 cm / 53.1 in||135 cm / 53.1 in||135 cm / 53.1 in||135 cm / 53.1 in|
|Weight||2000 g / 4.4 lbs||2050 g / 4.5 lbs||1600 g / 3.5 lbs||1650 g / 3.6 lbs|
|Available in Kit||MK190XPRO3-BHQ2 and MK190XPRO3-3W||MK190XPRO4-BHQ2 and MK190XPRO4-3W||No||No|
|Package Height||5.35 x 5.51 x 22.01 inches|
|Shipping Weight||5.15 pounds|
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|Item Dimensions||5 x 19.2 x 5 in||5 x 24 x 5 in||5 x 17.7 x 5 in||5.7 x 21.5 x 5.5 in||5 x 22.44 x 5 in|
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Thanks to the additional 4 section, legs can be collapsed to a more compact dimension, enhancing transportability. It’s the right choice for all those photographers wanting a strong and reliable support even when travelling. This tripod features the new QUICK POWER LOCK (QPL). This system is a strong, ultra fast and ergonomic locking system that allows for complete extension of the legs with one–hand opening. One of the most innovative aspects of the new 190 is its compactness, which allows for easier portability. The new patented 90° column is accessible when you need it to be, with a quick ‘one finger’ operation. The new 190 allows you to create a portable photographic studio, thanks to the new "Easy link" plug, which enables instant connection between tripod and accessories, such as LED lights for Macro Photography and VDSLR applications through arms and brackets. The new patented Rotating Leveling Bubble is quick to set up and allows you to position the tripod more precisely. It is easy to read, whatever the shape of the head or however the tripod is set up. The new Leg Angle Selectors are also easy to set up, as they are made following the most innovative ergonomic standards and prevent fingers and nails being trapped in the upper casting. The entire shape of the tripod has been modified and made more manageable and stylish. The complete re-design of its functional elements shows a particular attention to aesthetics and details. Technical Specifications:Max Height with Center Column up: 63 inchesMax Height with Center Column down: 53.2 inches Lowest Height: 3.2 inches Closed Length: 19.2 inches Weight: 4.6 PoundsMax Weight: 15.4 pounds
Top Customer Reviews
Now keep in mind during this next part that these are both 4-section aluminum tripods, the same height within an inch, and the Manfrotto weighs 4lbs 8oz (without the head) and the Calumet actually weighs less at 4lbs 3oz. So you would expect the Manfrotto to be as stong if not stronger than my old tripod. But it isn't.There is a major problem with the Manfrotto. It isn't NEARLY as solid and stable as my 20 year old Calumet! I can take both tripods and set them up side by side in my office and lock everything tight. I then grab the center column on the Manfrotto and push down (not even very hard) and the legs FLEX and the feet slip out sideways (further out) on all 3 legs. I do the same thing (and push down much harder) on my Calumet and NOTHING MOVES. Solid as a rock. All of the snazzy features in the world don't make up for a tripod that isn't solid. I suspect this has something to do with the angle of the legs (both are set to the highest angle, but my old tripod looks a bit more upright - I haven't measured the angle yet) and the rubber feet. It looks as if the shape and maybe the grip of the Manfrotto feet cause it to slip on the hardwood floor. My old Calumet doesn't move at all.
I suppose if I had nothing else to compare it with like I suspect most of the reviewers here that called this tripod "solid", I would probably be happy with it. But when your 20 year old tripod that weighs 5 oz LESS and was also considerably cheaper, but is noticeably sturdier than the new Manfrotto, it's hard not to be disappointed.
I was also disappointed that for this price point, the Manfrotto didn't come with spikes in the feet, or a case. The similar Vanguard model (which also has the pivoting column) comes with both the spikes and a case for more than $100 less. I'm guessing it isn't made as well though.
I haven't decided whether I am sending it back or not.
Lo and behold, I found the updated 190. Of course I came across the old version of this tripod and it seemed like a great value, but the 4-section updated version seemed like it would fit on my camera backpack and in my carryon. Quality, fit, finish, is impeccable. Another great product from Manfrotto.
If you can't tell yet, I would highly recommend this tripod. Here is a video over/review I did of the tripod: