Manfrotto MVT502AM

Video Tripod with Telescopic Twin-Leg Structure

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The Manfrotto MVT502AM is a compact, lightweight video tripod designed for HD video-capable DSLRs, camcorders and light video cameras equipped with accessories...
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The Manfrotto MVT502AM is a compact, lightweight video tripod designed for HD video-capable DSLRs, camcorders and light video cameras equipped with accessories, lights, monitors and microphones. Rigid, stable and secure thanks to its telescopic twin-leg structure, ellipse-profile aluminium tubes, new leg locking collars, first-stage spreader and high-grip rubber feet, the MVT502AM is also intuitively easy to use, allowing you set up faster and concentrate on filming. The 2-stage/3-section MVT502AM is part of Manfrotto's Pro Twin Leg video tripod range and has a 75mm bowl (with 60mm adapter) for compatibility with professional video heads.

Features:

  • Ideal high-performance tripod for HDSLRs and camcorders with accessories
  • Rigid and stable telescopic twin-leg design with mid-level spreader
  • Compact when closed, easy to transport with built-in carrying handle
  • Compatible with all professional 75mm/60mm half-ball video heads
  • Fast, simple and smooth set up with ergonomic quick release leg lockingcollars new rubber feet grip all surfaces and protect delicate floors.

Specifications:

  • Leg Cross Section:  Oval
  • Material:  Aluminum legs and technopolymer
  • Closed Length:  24.21" (61.5 cm)
  • Leg Sections:  3
  • Load Capacity:  33.07 lbs (15 kg)
  • Maximum Height:  56.5" (143.5 cm)
  • Minimum Height:  22.44" (57 cm)
  • Weight:  4.3 lbs (1.95 kg)

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