Manfrotto 190X aluminium 3-Section Tripod with XPRO Fluid Head
Shooting freedom like nothing you've ever experienced. The 190x aluminium 3-section tripod with XPRO Fluid Head enables you to compose your photos more creatively than ever before, and has a portable compact design for easy carrying. It can also be purchased as a kit with the innovative new XPRO fluid head and quick-release camera plate so you can use it with an extensive variety of devices, without the need to switch plates.
With this tripod with head, you'll be able to capture ultra-low perspectives, and it's all thanks to the ground level adapter, housed in the top casting of the tripod. Discover your potential and shoot like never before. The Quick Power Lock (QPL) also blocks and unblocks each leg, which means this tripod is incredibly easy to set up and adjust. Better still, the QPL levers' powerful locking mechanism of each leg section will ensure your tripod is as stable as possible. You'll also benefit from a comfortable, strong, single-handed grip - perfect when you're shooting those ultra-low angles from awkward positions. When you need to shoot quickly, you can release each leg section in one single movement to save time. All in all, the 190x aluminium 3-section tripod provides a level of shooting freedom and stability that is a substantial improvement on older, traditional tripods.
If you're keen to showcase your video skills, this tripod makes a great travel companion thanks to its lightweight 0.7kg design and high-quality aluminium body and polymer adapter. Choose from two fluidity levels – hard and soft – and customise it to your type of gear and movement.
Each leg angle of the 190x aluminium 3-section tripod can be independently and solidly set thanks to the intuitive and ergonomic leg angle selectors, giving you more positioning freedom. Easily add an accessory such as a flash or LED light via the Easy Link and an extending arm, and turn your tripod into a flexible and practical mobile studio. The 190x tripod and fluid head are made in Italy by Manfrotto.