Manfrotto XPRO Magnesium Ball Head with 200PL-14 Quick Release Plate

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Manfrotto XPRO Magnesium Ball Head with 200PL-14 Quick Release Plate
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 22.1 lb
  • Magnesium-Alloy Construction
  • Up to 90° Portrait Angle Tilt
  • Independent 360° Rotation with Lock
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This XPRO Magnesium Ball Head from Manfrotto features 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 instantly 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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Manfrotto XPRO Overview

This XPRO Magnesium Ball Head from Manfrotto features 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 instantly reattached. The cam lock also features a safety catch to prevent the 200PL-14, or another compatible quick release plate from accidentally disconnecting.

The XPRO Magnesium Ball Head with 200PL-14 Quick Release Plate has a load capacity of 22.1 lb and can be attached to tripods or other support systems that feature a 3/8"-16 mount. By loosening this XPRO Magnesium Ball Head's primary locking knob, its ball-and-socket joint can be quickly swiveled, angled, fully tilted, or returned to its upright position. Toward the ball head's base is a secondary locking knob that controls the ability to rotate the head 360°. An additional knob opposite the secondary locking knob can be rotated to apply tension control to the ball-and-socket joint's movements.

Cameras or accessories that are compatible with a 1/4"-20 mount can be connected to the 200PL-14 quick release plate which measures 1.7 x 2.1 x 0.4" and has a rubberized, non-slip surface.

XPRO Magnesium Ball Head

  • 22.1 lb load capacity
  • Compatible with tripods or support systems that feature a 3/8"-16 mount
  • Uses ball-and-socket joint to help maximize pan-and-tilt flexibility
  • Ball-and-socket joint provides 360° of swivel control, is tiltable down to a 90° angle, and can be locked into place
  • Integrated RC2 quick release cam lock
  • Primary locking knob allows ball-and-socket joint to be quickly swiveled, angled, fully tilted, or returned to its upright position
  • Secondary locking knob allows head to rotate 360°
  • Dedicated tension control knob for the ball-and-socket joint's movements
  • One bubble level for landscape orientations and one bubble level for portrait orientations
  • Durable, magnesium-alloy construction

200PL-14 Quick Release Plate

  • Compatible with Manfrotto RC2 quick release cam lock
  • Measures 1.7 x 2.1 x 0.4" and has a rubberized, non-slip surface
  • 1/4"-20 mount
  • Durable, aluminum-alloy construction
UPC: 719821378297

Manfrotto XPRO Specs

General
Head TypeBall Head
Base Mount3/8"-16 Thread
Camera Mounting Screw1/4"-20 Male
Quick Release Plate TypeRC2
Load Capacity22.1 lb / 10.02 kg
Number of Bubble Levels2
Friction ControlYes
Independent Pan LockYes
MaterialMagnesium
Pan & Tilt Range
Lateral Tilt-90° to +40°
Vertical Tilt-40° to +40°
Panning Range360°
Physical
Ball Sphere Diameter1.77" / 45.0 mm
DimensionsH: 4.5 x W: 2.4" / H: 115.1 x W: 60.0 mm
Weight17.6 oz / 0.5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.4 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.3 x 4.9 x 3.65"
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Package weight says 1.45lb, I'm curious what just the head & plate weigh?
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