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Manfrotto XPRO Magnesium Ball Head Kit with Two Quick Release Plates

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Manfrotto XPRO Magnesium Ball Head Kit with Two Quick Release Plates
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 33 lb
  • Magnesium-Alloy Construction
  • Up to 90° Portrait Angle Tilt
  • RC2 Quick Release Cam Lock
The Manfrotto XPRO Magnesium Ball Head Kit with Two Quick Release Plates from B&H includes the ball head, a 200PL-14 QR plate, and a 200PL QR plate.
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would these be the two QR plates I'd need for my ...

would these be the two QR plates I'd need for my Nikon D810 and old Hasselblad 503CX?
Asked by: Lisa
The Manfrotto XPRO Magnesium Ball Head Kit with 200PL-14 and 200PL Quick Release Plates will work with the Nikon D810, and the Hasselblad 503CX.
Answered by: Lenny
Date published: 2019-06-14

What is the difference between the 200PL-14 and ...

What is the difference between the 200PL-14 and the 200PL plates as are listed in the description? Thanks.
Asked by: Steven
Sorry for the confusion. There is no difference between them. The Manfrotto 200PL is the most commonly known name for their RC2-style quick release plate, but "200PL-14" is another technical SKU commonly employed by them; the "-14" they use refers to 1/4"-20 threads, and some of their other products have "-38" which refers to 3/8"-16 threads (not used in this case).
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2022-02-21

Is this compatible with the Manfrotto Befree Live ...

Is this compatible with the Manfrotto Befree Live and Advanced tripod legs?
Asked by: Mike
I would think so, manfrotto a manfrotto.
Answered by: Gary
Date published: 2019-11-23

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What's ball size? 38mm or 40mm?
Asked by: Anonymous
Manfrotto does not list that specification in any literature related to the ball size. Chances are it is 38mm but in general there is no reason for that size to be in the specifications. The ball if you had to replace that part does not come separate and is part of the enclosed mount. This is a link to the parts http://bit.ly/1JPcwc1.
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-26

I have a Mefoto Roadtrip Tripod and I use it with ...

I have a Mefoto Roadtrip Tripod and I use it with quick release plate (Arca Swiss Plate), does this work with my tripod?
Asked by: Mariana
This head will work with your tripod but uses a different plate (included). You will not be able to use your Arca plate with this head.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-02-17

Would this ball head be strong and solid enough ...

Would this ball head be strong and solid enough (without drift) for a Nikon D500 with Sigma 150-600C lens?
Asked by: Carole
I would certainly believe so. It easily supports my Canon D5M4 with a Canon 100-300mm zoom. There is a micro adjustment that can allow you to really clamp down when using heavy gear.
Answered by: Stephen
Date published: 2021-02-03

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HI , I own Manfrotto Befree Compact Aluminum Tripod. I want to replace the tripod head with Manfrotto MHXPRO-BHQ2 XPRO Ball Head with 200PL Quick-Release System . Is it possible to remove the tripod head in the Befree compact Tripod and replace with this one ? Any additional adjustments required? Thanks
Asked by: Mallikarjunaiah
Sure, you can use this head with a Befree Compact, but don't expect the tripod legs to fit over this much larger head when you collapse it for travel. Also, there's no way that the tripod will fit in its supplied bag when this head is installed.I own a Befree with a couple of different heads also, and what I do with larger heads when travelling is to hang the head off my camera bag with an inexpensive Oben 1/4-20 hanger (BH# OBTH14) and install it out in the field.
Answered by: Julian B.
Date published: 2022-11-13

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Can the 200pl version of this head be converted to top lock without buying a full head?
Asked by: Robert C.
I believe that it should not be difficult to unscrew the current 200PL with an Top Lock. Remove the plate then unscrew the quick release system.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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