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Manfrotto 500 Hybrid Lightweight Video Tripod

Manfrotto 500 Hybrid Lightweight video kit - Manfrotto have announced a new tripod kit for video featuring the 500 Fluid Video head.

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Manfrotto video tripod

Manfrotto has announced a new tripod system designed for capturing smooth video. 

Manfrotto say the 500 Video System is easy to carry and versatile and can support small camera systems up to 5kg. Based on 190 tripod technology, model MVK500190XV has D-shaped tubes ensuring rigidity when shooting. 

It's equipped with Quick power Locks (QPL), to provide a secure locking grip and enable you to lock and unlock the tripod with one hand in a single movement. Each of the 4 leg angles can be individually set.

There's an innovative levelling column allowing for quick levelling of the head and the option to make quick height adjustments. There are 3 grub screws on the top disk that lock onto the head to eliminate any movement.

The included 500 Fluid Video Head allows you to capture smooth shots with fluid cartridges fitted on the tilt and pan axis. It has a max height of 173.3cm and closed length of 72.2cm. The kit has an RRP of £359.95.

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