Manfrotto 528XB Heavy Duty Tripod

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Manfrotto 528XB Heavy Duty Tripod


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Product Highlights

  • Optional Heads
  • Aluminum and Steel Construction
  • Uses 100mm Half Ball
  • Load Capacity: 110.2 lb
  • Max. Height: 58.27"
  • Min. Height
  • Folded Length: 39"
  • Leg Sections: 2
  • Weight: 16.3 lb
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With a maximum load capacity of 110 lbs, the Manfrotto 528XB Heavy Duty Tripod is built to handle really heavy loads, and ideal for supporting camera jib arms. Despite its obvious strength, however, a close inspection reveals that this tripod offers quite a bit of brains and good looks to go along with its brawn.

The 528XB incorporates a fully adjustable mid-level spreader, which features telescopic ratchet braces that click into place in each of the preset positions for faster deployment. It also features an industry-standard 100mm bowl to accept 100mm half-ball video heads, and reversible leg ends which have rubber feet as well as stainless-steel spikes, for use in virtually any environment.

Constructed from steel tubes and aluminum leg extensions, the 528XB utilizes a sturdy single-tube leg structure with an adjustable leg spread. The leg spread also incorporates a 30° locked position for faster set-up and greater strength.
100 mm Bowl
Industry standard 100mm bowl accepts 100 mm half-ball video heads and allows the user to level the head quickly and easily for smooth, accurate panoramic work. In addition, the built-in 100 mm claw ball allows for use of the tripod even with heads not equipped with a half-ball.
Mid-Level Spreader
Incorporates a fully adjustable mid-level spreader, which features telescopic ratchet braces that click into place in each of the preset positions for faster deployment. The braces can be immediately set, allowing each leg to be individually positioned for maximum stability. The tripod's wing-nut style locking system further ensures its stability once setup is complete.
Reversible Leg Ends
The 528XB is designed to accommodate heavy loads in virtually any environment. This is evident in the reversible feet, which also have stainless steel spikes for use on uneven terrain.
UPC: 719821212003
Material Aluminum and steel
Load Capacity 110.23 (50 kg)
Maximum Height 58.27" (148 cm)
Minimum Height 28.74" (73 cm)
Folded Length 40" (99 cm)
Leg Stages/Sections 1/2
Leg Cross Section Round
Leg Tube Diameters 40.35 mm
Independent Leg Angles Adjustable wit 30° quick lock
Leg Lock Type Wing-nut type
Spiked/Retractable Feet Yes
Center Brace/Mid-Level Spreader Yes
Bowl Diameter/Thread 100 mm Half bowl and 3/8"-16 male thread
Weight 16.3 lb (7.4 kg)
Center Column None
Suggested Dolly 114
Packaging Info
Package Weight 19.7 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 43.0 x 8.5 x 8.0"
Manfrotto 528XB Heavy Duty Tripod
  • 500BALL 100mm Half Ball Leveler w/3/8" Screw for 100mm Bowl Tripods
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
  • Limited 8-Year Warranty Extension after Online Registration
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