Manfrotto MVH502A Fluid Head and 535 CF Tripod System with Carrying Bag

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Manfrotto MVH502A Fluid Head and 535 CF Tripod System with Carrying Bag
Key Features
  • 75mm Ball Tripod System
  • 15.4 lb Load Capacity
  • 8.8 lb Counterbalance
  • Adjustable Pan & Tilt
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The MVH502A Fluid Head and 535 CF Tripod System from Manfrotto is designed with HDSLR and interchangeable lens cameras in mind. It combines the MVH502A Fluid Video Head with the 3-section, single-tube 535 Carbon Fiber Video Tripod.
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Manfrotto MVK502C-1 Overview

The MVH502A Fluid Head and 535 CF Tripod System from Manfrotto is designed with HDSLR and interchangeable lens cameras in mind. It combines the MVH502A Fluid Video Head with the 3-section, single-tube 535 Carbon Fiber Video Tripod.

The MVH502A is a professional video head with a 75mm half ball. It features a 15.4 lb load capacity, independent and adjustable pan and tilt, and a pre-set 8.8 lb counterbalance to accommodate rigs with accessories such as external monitors, lights, or microphones. The head also has two 3/8" Easy Link connectors which allow accessories to be fitted directly on the head.

The 3-section, single tube 535 Carbon Fiber Video Tripod has a 75mm half bowl and supports loads up to 44.1 pounds. It's carbon-fiber construction with magnesium die castings makes the tripod strong yet lightweight. Each leg features an angle selector, letting you select between 23°, 50°, and 70° angles. When combined with the MVH502A head, the legs provide a maximum height of 72.83" and a minimum height of 16.14". A padded carrying case comes include for easy transport and storage.

  • Supports loads up to 15.4 lb
  • 8.8 lb counterbalance
  • Independent and adjustable pan and tilt
  • 3/8" Easy Link threaded connector holes on head for accessory mounting
  • 75mm half bowl carbon fiber tubes and magnesium die castings
  • Three-section 75mm legs
  • Leg angle selector: 23°, 50°, 70°
  • Padded carrying bag

Manfrotto MVK502C-1 Specs

Head & Tripod
Load Capacity15.43 lb (7 kg)
Maximum Height72.83" (185 cm)
Minimum Height16.14" (41 cm)
Folded Length34.45" (87.5 cm)
Weight9.48 lb (4.3 kg)
Head
Load Capacity15.43 lb (7 kg)
Counterbalance SystemSpring-loaded
Counterbalance Weight8.8 lb (4 kg)
Center of Gravity2.16" (55 mm)
Camera Screw(s)1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16
Mounting Thread3/8"-16
Head Bowl75 mm
Tilt Range-80° / +90°
Tilt DragContinuously adjustable from 0 to max level
Tilt Range-80° / +90°
Tilt LockYes
Pan Range360°
Pan DragContinuously adjustable from 0 to max level
Pan LockYes
Bubble LevelOne
Quick Release/Wedge Plate504PLONG
Sliding Travel of Plate3.27" (83 mm)
Operating Temperature-4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C)
Weight9.48 lb (4.3 kg)
Legs
MaterialCarbon fiber tubing
Magnesium castings
Load Capacity44.09 lb (20 kg)
Head Bowl75 mm
Leg Stages/Sections3
Leg Angles38°, 50°, 70°
Independent Leg SpreadYes
Spiked/Retractable FeetYes
Maximum Height67.32" (171 cm)
Minimum Height10.63" (27 cm)
Closed Length28.91" (73.5 cm)
Weight5.07 lb (2.3 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight14.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)38.9 x 8.8 x 8.5"
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question

Does the head come off?
Asked by: David D.
I have this tripod and yes it does come off... I've placed the head on sliders
Answered by: Sean S.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

Which bag is included with this kit? Would like to know product number or manufacturer specified length.
Asked by: Peer
The part # for the bag is R110125 and can be purchased directly through Manfrotto. Call the parts department at 201-818-9500 ext 8208.
Answered by: Dideo M. Manfrotto Expert
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

i have a 17 inch edelkrone slider. Will i experience any tipping or bowing using this tripod?
Asked by: Anonymous
I also recommend instead of buying the full bowl tripod head, to get a 75mm bowl head adaptor and get the flat head tripod instead. That way you can mount the edelkrone straight onto the bowl head adaptor instead to minimize the bending of the slider. This way is also convenient so you won't need to use 2 tripod heads for your setup and you can also put quick releases on the edelkrone and bowl head adaptor to make it fast to change up
Answered by: alex c.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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