Manfrotto Tripod - 161MK2B, Super Clean! Monster! $390

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  1. HOUSE

    HOUSE TPF Noob!

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    I’m selling me incredibly clean manfrotto Tripod. I’ve used if less than five times. This thing is a beast.

    Extends from 17in to almost 9ft!!! An awesome Tripod for large cameras!!!

    Feel free to ask questions.

    Thanks.

    Tom
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    Derrel Mr. Rain Cloud

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    Perfect for hiking along the Pacific Coast Trail! Light, compact, small!
     
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    HOUSE TPF Noob!

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    Hah! Yeah. Should fit in most fanny packs. ;-)
     
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    Yeah so small, compact and light I’m sure it’s manageable you just need a truck and a few carriers

    I have actually seen some on location wedding photographers use studio tripods due to their stability, but again they didn’t have to carry anything
     
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    JBPhotog No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Ha, I have owned the original version Art. 161 since 1987 and it handles every thing from 35mm to large format with ease.

    Mine differs in that it does not have a centre column crank, it uses an air dampened steel column and has a large locking knob. Seriously, this is no fool of a tripod if you want a rock steady platform, I use mine daily.
     

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