SKU: GC88-MVT502AM

Manfrotto MVT502AM Aluminium Mid Spreader Video Tripod

Manfrotto MVT502AM Aluminium Mid Spreader Video Tripod

Manfrotto's MVT502AM Aluminum Telescopic Twin Leg Video Tripod is lightweight support designed for DSLRs, camcorders and light video cameras. The telescopic twin-leg structure and ellipse-profile aluminium tubes provide rigid and secure support, along with leg locking collars, first-stage spreader and high-grip rubber feet. The 2-stage/3-section MVT502AM has a 75mm bowl (with a 60 mm 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 locking collars and new rubber feet that grip all surfaces and protect delicate floors

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Manfrotto MVT502AM Aluminium Mid Spreader Video Tripod

Manfrotto's MVT502AM Aluminum Telescopic Twin Leg Video Tripod is lightweight support designed for DSLRs, camcorders and light video cameras. The telescopic twin-leg structure and ellipse-profile aluminium tubes provide rigid and secure support, along with leg locking collars, first-stage spreader and high-grip rubber feet. The 2-stage/3-section MVT502AM has a 75mm bowl (with a 60 mm adapter) for compatibility with professional video heads.

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