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Manfrotto PIXI EVO Mini Tripod (Black)

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Manfrotto PIXI EVO Mini Tripod (Black)
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 5.5 lb
  • Max Height: 7.7"
  • Min Height: 2.4"
  • Leg Sections: 2
The black PIXI EVO Mini Tripod from Manfrotto is a tabeltop tripod that can hold up to 5.5 lb while weighing only 9.4 oz. It has two leg sections that are adjustable in five steps, allowing it to extend from 2.4" up to 7.7" high. The legs can be set at two different angles via the sliding selector. Easily enabling you to place your camera in portrait orientation, a 90° notch is built into the integrated ball head.
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Manfrotto PIXI EVO Overview

The black PIXI EVO Mini Tripod from Manfrotto is a tabeltop tripod that can hold up to 5.5 lb while weighing only 9.4 oz. It has two leg sections that are adjustable in five steps, allowing it to extend from 2.4" up to 7.7" high. The legs can be set at two different angles via the sliding selector. Easily enabling you to place your camera in portrait orientation, a 90° notch is built into the integrated ball head.

UPC: 719821387718

Manfrotto PIXI EVO Specs

Key Specs
Camera Mounting Screw
1x 1/4"-20 Male
Head Type
Ball Head
Drag Control
No
Primary Leg Material
Aluminum
Load Capacity
5.5 lb / 2.5 kg
Maximum Working Height
7.7" / 19.5 cm
Closed Length
8.07" / 20.50 cm
Weight
9.4 oz / 267 g
Camera Plate
No
Head
Head Type
Ball Head
Pan & Tilt
Drag Control
No
Independent Pan Lock
No
Independent Tilt Lock
No
Vertical Tilt
+35° to -35°
Lateral Tilt
-90° to +40°
Legs
Primary Leg Material
Aluminum
Leg Lock
No
General
Load Capacity
5.5 lb / 2.5 kg
Maximum Working Height
7.7" / 19.5 cm
Minimum Working Height
2.4" / 6 cm
Closed Length
8.07" / 20.50 cm
Bubble Level
No
Weight
9.4 oz / 267 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.75 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
10.3 x 5.85 x 2.7"

Manfrotto PIXI EVO Reviews

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Where is this tripod made?

Where is this tripod made?
Asked by: Chad
The following unit is made in china.
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2022-03-20

Is this evo 2 or old one?

Is this evo 2 or old one?
Asked by: Dano
This is the new Evo 2.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2019-08-08

Is it possible with legs extended to use a ...

Is it possible with legs extended to use a shoulder support when panning a F1 car through a sequence of shots. Would the two legs rest on shoulders and other rest on your chest as a support.?
Asked by: George
If one was using the Manfrotto PIXI EVO Mini Tripod, the way you describe, it would be a good idea to figure out how to secure that set up, otherwise the camera could easily fall.
Answered by: Leonard E
Date published: 2020-04-02

Will this hold Sony a7r iv with Sony 70-200 f2.8?

Will this hold Sony a7r iv with Sony 70-200 f2.8?
Asked by: Room
No, that is a step too far. An A7 with a Prime or small tele is good.
Answered by: Gary
Date published: 2021-10-02

Can the angle of the legs be adjusted ...

Can the angle of the legs be adjusted individually or do they all have to be set at the same angle?
Asked by: Susan
There are 2 positions for the legs angle. The only way to alter this is by extending one or two of the legs to alter the angle of the head unit.
Answered by: Gary
Date published: 2023-11-01

Can it support Sony A7iii + Tamron 28-75mm? Its ...

Can it support Sony A7iii + Tamron 28-75mm? Its about 1200 grams total
Asked by: Ashkan
Yes, the PIXI EVO Mini Tripod can handle a Sony A7 III equipped with a Tamron 28-75mm lens.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2021-11-15

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Is there a quick release available for this item?
Asked by: Anonymous
Unfortunately, no, Manfrotto does not have a quick release plate on the PIXI EVO Mini Tripod. If necessary, you may consider purchasing the Manfrotto 323 RC2 System Quick Release Adapter with 200PL-14 Plate, B&H # MA323, but this would reduce the tripod's maximum weight capacity to 5.06 lbs.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-26

What are the differences between black and red ...

What are the differences between black and red models that make black more expensive?
Asked by: SoonMeng
Its the same tripod , just the color difference
Answered by: vilson
Date published: 2021-01-12
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