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Manfrotto MT190CXPRO4 Carbon Fiber Tripod

BH #MAMT190CXPR4 • MFR #MT190CXPRO4
Manfrotto MT190CXPRO4 Carbon Fiber Tripod
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 15.4 lb
  • Max Height: 63"
  • Min Height: 3.2"
  • Folded Length: 20.6"
The black, redesigned MT190CXPRO4 Carbon Fiber Tripod from Manfrotto builds on the success and popularity of the previous 190 series with professional hardware and convenience features that make it even easier to use than its predecessor. When the three leg sections and center column are fully extended, the tripod reaches a maximum height of 63", and its load capacity of 15.4 lb makes it a good choice for larger cameras. The tripod weighs 3.6 lb, and folds down to 20.6" for transport.
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Manfrotto MT190CXPRO4 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Fast Setup with QPL
  • 390° Column
  • 4Easy Link Plug
  • 5Rotating Leveling Bubble
  • 6Leg Angle Selectors

The black, redesigned MT190CXPRO4 Carbon Fiber Tripod from Manfrotto builds on the success and popularity of the previous 190 series with professional hardware and convenience features that make it even easier to use than its predecessor. When the three leg sections and center column are fully extended, the tripod reaches a maximum height of 63", and its load capacity of 15.4 lb makes it a good choice for larger cameras. The tripod weighs 3.6 lb, and folds down to 20.6" for transport.

Set up is faster than ever with Manfrotto's Quick Power Lock System that allows you to completely extend the tripod legs with just one hand. Once set up you can use the MT190CXPRO4's rapid center column in standard vertical mode or swing it into horizontal position like a boom with Manfrotto's 90° Column feature. Enlarged tabs on the individual leg angle selectors allow you to get down to only 3.2" for macro work with the column in horizontal mode. And once you're down there you can attach any of Manfrotto's flexible or articulated arms to hold lights or reflectors via the Easy Link plug built into the tripod's spider.

Convenience features include a bubble level that rotates so that you can see it easily regardless of the tripod's position. Finally, Manfrotto's insistence on form following function has yielded a tripod that you'll not only be happy to use but you'll be happy to be seen with, too.

Fast Setup with QPL
The Quick Power Lock (QPL) system is one of the most eye-catching and unique features of the redesigned 190. It is a strong, ultra fast, ergonomic locking system that allows for complete extension of the legs with one hand.
90° Column
One of the most innovative aspects of the 190 series is its compactness, which allows for easier portability. The redesigned patented 90° Column is accessible whenever you need it with simple one finger operation.
Easy Link Plug
The plug allows instant connection between tripod and accessories, such as LED lights for macro photography and DSLR video applications using Manfrotto articulated arms and brackets.
Rotating Leveling Bubble
The bubble is easy to read, whatever the shape of the head or however the tripod is positioned. Just rotate it towards you for easy viewing.
Leg Angle Selectors
Each leg has user selection of four angles to accommodate uneven ground or rough terrain. The selectors are manufactured according to most innovative ergonomic standards to prevent fingers and nails being trapped in the upper casting.
UPC: 719821364627

Manfrotto MT190CXPRO4 Specs

General
Load Capacity15.4 lb / 7 kg
Head Mount Type3/8"-16 Male
Maximum Working Height63" / 160 cm
Max Height without Center Column53.2" / 135.1 cm
Minimum Working Height3.2" / 8.1 cm
Closed Length20.6" / 52.3 cm
MaterialsCarbon Fiber
Weight3.5 lb / 1.6 kg
Legs
Leg Lock TypeFlip Lock
Independent Leg SpreadYes
Leg Sections4
Bubble LevelYes
Feet FeaturesRubber
Center Column
Center Column Sections1
Center Column Extension TypeRapid
Lateral / 90-Degree Center ColumnYes
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)21.9 x 5.4 x 5.4"

Manfrotto MT190CXPRO4 Reviews

I like it

By Joseph
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-07-19

Very steady and easy to set up and level,

MT190CXPRO4 Carbin Fiber Tripo

By William
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-05-09

I have been shooting with the 190 aluminum tripod for a few years now and love it. Switched to the carbon fiber to save some ounces for landscape hiking. The lighter tripod coupled with my geared head are the perfect combination for my landscape and macro photography needs.

Been Using it with my Matterport.

By Christopher
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-29

Make sure to buy some extra rubber feet, they can wear down after a year of using it on concrete and dirt. Light and Portable, doesn't come with a case.. About to buy it now.

These are really cool tripods - they go horizontal!

By Garrett
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-09-17

I had one like this before. It was also a Manfrotto/Bogen. I lost it the wildfires here in CA... This one is actually a little bit nicer. This one doesn't seem to pinch your skin when you click or unclick the tube clamps... With my last one, I injured my hands many times, clamping my skin in the tube-clamps... It goes horizontal very nicely. I do a lot of macro work and it comes in handy. I'm going to be doing some lightboard work to convert negatives in the near future and this will work nicely for that, as well. It's fairly light and small. It is a little bit less stable when fully extended, but I can live with that... Photography is all about 'trade-offs', right? It straps on to my backpack camera case well and is not too big or heavy to carry around with me. It extends over my head and it goes down to about 3, which is amazing! Excellent quality, but you do pay for that with this Italian/Manfrotto...

Light and Rugged

By Eugene
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-06-20

Although I have on had my Manfrotto 190CXPRO carbon fiber tripod for a couple of weeks, it has already proven to demonstrate its worth as a versatile, rugged and lightweight gem. I already have a Befree for trips but this will surely replace it when I need a more rugged tripod for some of my tougher ones. Great buy!

clunky

By James
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2021-05-19

Very fragile and not good if you work in harsh conditions or go on expeditions.

nice light tripod

By Larry
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-05-25

This Manfrotto tripod is very light and easy to set up!

Great tripod, lightweight and sturdy!

By Yunsuk
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-05-17

I just received this tripod in the mail today, and I already love it! I got this as an upgrade to use with my Manfrotto 410 Junior geared tripod head. This tripod base is lightweight, sturdy and well made - so far, obviously I haven't had this out in the field yet - but all aspects of the build seem super high quality so far! I do love that there is the option to shoot overhead, that is such a great feature for flat-lays, but I have had issues with wear on that part in the past with previous tripod bases by Manfrotto- as long as you take care and not force the parts, it works well!

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Could you please tell me the major differences between MT190CXPRO4 and 190CXPRO4? Thanks
Asked by: Anonymous
The MT190CXPRO4 would be an upgraded version of the 190CXPRO4. The upgrades include the Quick Power Lock System, which allows for one handed locking and unlocking, an Easy Link Plug, which allows the user to attach Manfrotto grip hardware or lighting for expanded use. Additionally, it has greater weight capacity and greater maximum height.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2020-07-23

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I've read some reviews of this tripod on other sites mentioning that the legs bend and get really flimsy the further the angle of spread you use. Have you guys tested this tripod or heard anything related? I'm worried about making a purchase if I'll run into issues, or I'm going to consider the 3-piece leg instead. Thanks!
Asked by: Anonymous
Generally speaking, 4 section legs while able to collapse smaller are less stable than 3 section legs. The trade off is the collapsed size vs added stability due to the extra connection points for the 4 sections. This would be an issue if the legs were extended to their MAX and at odd angles. At low positions, its best to spread all the leg sections evenly rather than 1 or 2 to their MAX extension.
Answered by: Chuck C.
Date published: 2019-12-23

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Is this stable? Does the light weight make it less stable for long exposure (~10 minutes)?
Asked by: Buddhadeb
It is stable tripod , depending on what camera you are using , I like Manfrotto 055 tripods better for DSLR cameras
Answered by: vilson
Date published: 2021-01-18

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Is this tripod compatible with the nodal ninja system? Specifically the M1-L.
Asked by: Randy
Yes, it is compatible and attaches correctly. As a tip: some customers also attach a leveler in between the tripod and the M1-L so that they can level-out the horizon without having to adjust the length of each tripod leg, instead.
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2018-08-25

Can you please tell me if a Manfrotto 3130 head ...

Can you please tell me if a Manfrotto 3130 head would work with this tripod?
Asked by: Andrew
Yes the Manfrotto 3130 head will fit on the Manfrotto MT190CXPRO4 Carbon Fiber Tripod.
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2021-11-30

question

Does anyone know where I can buy a replacement set of rubber feet for my 190CXPRO4 tripod? I couldn't find them on the B&H site.
Asked by: Anonymous
Please find the rubber feet replacement set for the Manfrotto 190CXPRO4 tripod here: http://bhpho.to/1mSYGft
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-25

Does this maintain its sturdiness/stability at ...

Does this maintain its sturdiness/stability at its fully extended height with camera and telephoto lens like Sony A7RIV & 100-400mm or is the M a Manfrotto 055 a better choice for that?
Asked by: Derek
Yes, its very stable fully extended.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-02-10

Could I attach a Manfrotto fluid head mvh500a ...

Could I attach a Manfrotto fluid head mvh500a head to this?
Asked by: Sean
If you are referring to the Manfrotto MVH500AH Fluid Video Head with Flat Base, B&H # MAMVH500AH, which has a flat base and a 3/8"-16 female thread socket on the bottom of the head, yes, it may be used on the top of the Manfrotto MT190CXPRO4 Carbon Fiber Tripod. If you are referring to the Manfrotto MVH500A Pro Fluid Video Head with 60mm Half Ball, B&H # MAMVH500A, then no, it would not work.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2019-09-05
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