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Manfrotto XPRO 3-Way, Geared Pan-and-Tilt Head with 200PL-14 Quick Release Plate

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Manfrotto XPRO 3-Way, Geared Pan-and-Tilt Head with 200PL-14 Quick Release Plate
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 8.8 lb
  • 3 Independent Movements with Locks
  • Spring-Clamp Controls for Fast Movements
  • Integrated Incremental, Geared Movements
This XPRO 3-Way, Geared Pan-and-Tilt Head from Manfrotto has a load capacity of 8.8 lb and can be attached to tripods or other support systems that feature a 3/8"-16 mount. It includes an integrated RC2 quick release cam lock and a 200PL-14 Quick Release Plate. RC2 compatible quick release plates such as the 200PL-14 can be removed from the head by pulling the cam lock's spring-loaded lever, which also allows the plate to be quickly reattached. The cam lock also features a safety catch to prevent the 200PL-14, or another compatible quick release plate from accidentally disconnecting.
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question

What are the dimentions of the quick release plate?
Asked by: Anonymous
it is similar to RC2 plate size
Answered by: Krzysztof H.
Date published: 2018-08-26

Can I use an ARCA compliant L-bracket with this ...

Can I use an ARCA compliant L-bracket with this head?
Asked by: David
No
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-04-25

question

I see the body is plastic to reduce weight. However, are the gears made of metal? I'm just afraid that if the gears are also plastic that they will wear quickly and lose precision.
Asked by: Joseph
Manfrotto uses very good quality material. In the light there have been no reports at B&H as to gears failing for this head, we feel confident that the gears here are more than up to the task. You should get many solid years of service out of this head.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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I've seen some reviews on this head from some unhappy customers. How is the play and gears on this head? I typically shoot with a pan/tilt or ball head but lately I've been shooting much more product and design/architectural assignments. I like the reviews on the 410 Jr but I want to stick with the RC2/PL220 releases.
Asked by: Mike
Thanks all! I did purchase this head. It just arrived but initially I am pleased with the build quality and precise adjustments. Thanks again for the input!
Answered by: Mike H.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

How do I get the head off my tripod or tripod extension? I cannot figure this stupid question. What the heck am I doing wrong?
Asked by: dean
Look UNDERNEATH the tripod center column mounting plate and you’ll typically see 2 or 3 small inset steel set screws. Use a medium-small flat head screwdriver to loosen these FIRST. You typically don’t need to remove them entirely, but you need to loosen them until they are nearly out of the plate in order to unlock the head from the column. Once these set screws are loose, you can easily screw off the original head by hand. Reverse the process to mount and lock a new head to the center column.
Answered by: Bill
Date published: 2020-01-23

question

From what alloy is the 405 constructed, and how hard is it? Should the gears wear well over the long haul?
Asked by: Robert
I can't answer the question directly, but I will say that I loaded it with a heavy camera and large lens and it performed well.
Answered by: Robert Z.
Date published: 2020-04-25
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