Manfrotto 190go! Carbon Fiber M-Series Tripod

BH #MA190GOC4US • MFR #MT190GOC4US
Manfrotto 190go! Carbon Fiber M-Series Tripod
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 15.4 lb
  • Max Height: 57.9"
  • Min Height: 3.2"
  • Folded Length: 17.7"
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An especially compact yet versatile tripod, the 190go! Carbon Fiber M-Series Tripod from Manfrotto has a maximum height of 57.9" with the center column fully extended, yet its four-section legs afford a folded length of just 17.7". Its lightweight carbon fiber construction weighs 3 lb and can support over 15 lb of gear.
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Manfrotto 190go! Overview

An especially compact yet versatile tripod, the 190go! Carbon Fiber M-Series Tripod from Manfrotto has a maximum height of 57.9" with the center column fully extended, yet its four-section legs afford a folded length of just 17.7". Its lightweight carbon fiber construction weighs 3 lb and can support over 15 lb of gear.

Enabling fast setup and take-down, as well as a streamlined profile, the M-Lock System twist locks are used and require just a single 90° rotation movement to swiftly deploy the individual leg sections. The 190go! is also characterized by its center column that can be positioned at a 90° angle, parallel to the ground, for working from a minimum height of just 3.5". The independent leg sections, with four set leg positions, benefit working on uneven grounds and the carbon fiber tubing is both lightweight and rigid for high stability. Additionally, an Easy Link attachment in the top casing extends the versatility of the tripod and allows for attaching an LED light, reflector, or other accessories without the need for an additional stand or rig.

UPC: 719821419259

Manfrotto 190go! Specs

General
Load Capacity15.43 lb / 7 kg
Maximum Working Height57.9" / 147 cm
Max Height without Center Column48.43" / 123 cm
Minimum Working Height3.1" / 8 cm
Folded Length17.72" / 45 cm
Head Mount Type3/8"-16 Screw
Weight2.98 lb / 1.35 kg
MaterialsCarbon Fiber
Legs
Leg Lock TypeTwist Lock
Leg Positions4 Positions
Independent Leg SpreadYes
Leg Sections4
Leg Diameter0.58" / 14.7 mm
0.72" / 18.2 mm
0.85" / 21.7 mm
1.00" / 25.3 mm
Feet FeaturesRubber
Center Column
Center Column ShapeRound
Center Column Sections1
Center Column Extension TypeRapid
Lateral / 90-Degree Center ColumnYes
Center Column Rotation90°
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)22 x 5 x 5"
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