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Manfrotto Element MII Aluminum Tripod with Ball Head (Blue)

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Manfrotto Element MII Aluminum Tripod with Ball Head (Blue)
Key Features
  • 17.6 lb Load Capacity
  • 63" Maximum Height
  • 16.7" Folded Length
  • 4 Leg Sections
The blue Element MII Aluminum Tripod with Ball Head from Manfrotto is a four-section support weighing 3.5 lb with a twist leg-lock system. Turning the twist leg locks disengages and extends the legs along the rapid center column to extend the tripod to its maximum height of 63". The tripod can also be setup close to the ground by splaying the legs out in its two-leg position. For transport or storage, the legs fold in the reverse to a compact 16.7" and are easily transported in the included carrying bag.
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Manfrotto Element MII Tripod with Ball Head Overview

The blue Element MII Aluminum Tripod with Ball Head from Manfrotto is a four-section support weighing 3.5 lb with a twist leg-lock system. Turning the twist leg locks disengages and extends the legs along the rapid center column to extend the tripod to its maximum height of 63". The tripod can also be setup close to the ground by splaying the legs out in its two-leg position. For transport or storage, the legs fold in the reverse to a compact 16.7" and are easily transported in the included carrying bag.

As part of the tripod, the Arca-type compatible ball head has a main locking knob to control the ball movement, and an independent pan-locking knob for the 360° rotation of the head. The ball head comes with the 200LT-PL-PRO technopolymer quick release plate, which is a light version of the standard 200PL-PRO. The plate is compatible with Arca-Swiss and Manfrotto RC2 quick release systems. The head's load capacity is 17.6 lb, so it can support a mirrorless or large DSLR camera without difficulty.

UPC: 719821444954

Manfrotto Element MII Tripod with Ball Head Specs

Key Specs
Camera Mounting Screw
1x 1/4"-20 Male
Camera Plate
Quick Release: RC2 / Arca-Type
Head Type
Ball Head
Drag Control
No
Primary Leg Material
Aluminum
Load Capacity
17.6 lb / 8 kg
Maximum Working Height
63" / 160.0 cm
Closed Length
16.7" / 42.4 cm
Weight
3.5 lb / 1.59 kg
Camera Attachment
Camera Mounting Screw
1x 1/4"-20 Male
Camera Plate
Quick Release: RC2 / Arca-Type
Head
Head Type
Ball Head
Base Mount
Flat Base with 3/8"-16 Female
Pan & Tilt
Drag Control
No
Independent Pan Lock
Yes
Vertical Tilt
90°
Legs
Primary Leg Material
Aluminum
Leg Lock
Twist Lock
Leg Sections
4
Independent Leg Spread
Yes
Leg Positions
2 Positions
General
Load Capacity
17.6 lb / 8 kg
Maximum Working Height
63" / 160.0 cm
Center Column
Yes, Faceted: Center Brace
Closed Length
16.7" / 42.4 cm
Bubble Level
Yes
Weight
3.5 lb / 1.59 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight
4.12 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
17.9 x 5.2 x 4.9"

Manfrotto Element MII Tripod with Ball Head Reviews

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Does this model come with removable leg to use as ...

Does this model come with removable leg to use as mono pod
Asked by: kenneth
This model does not have a removeable leg for monopod use.
Answered by: Kevin
Date published: 2020-07-09

Can i remove the rubber feet and replace them ...

Can i remove the rubber feet and replace them with spikes?
Asked by: Blake
I do not believe this tripod uses spiked feet. The previous model, the Element comes with spikes, but I don't think this one has that option.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-08-04

Can the center column be reversed (mounted upside ...

Can the center column be reversed (mounted upside down)?
Asked by: Nate
Yes, the 2nd photo shows the center column reversed.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-08-21

Can the ball head be removed to have a Rhino ROV ...

Can the ball head be removed to have a Rhino ROV slider attached?
Asked by: Randy
Yes, you could remove this ballhead.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2020-06-18

Can this tripod hold the Canon 7d mkii and the ...

Can this tripod hold the Canon 7d mkii and the sigma 150-600mm contemporary lens
Asked by: Jorge
Yes it will hold your set up but, there are certainly better models that would be more supportive. I would recommend the Manfrotto Gt tripod. Click the link below to view; https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1408032-REG/manfrotto_mkbfrta4gt_bhus_befree_gt_travel_aluminum.html
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-05-28

Can I remove the ball head and replace it with ...

Can I remove the ball head and replace it with Manfrotto 498RC2 head I already have ?
Asked by: John
No. The ball head is integrated into the center column of the unit.
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2022-01-02

Will the photo clicker that comes with it, work ...

Will the photo clicker that comes with it, work with camera or is it only for mobile?
Asked by: Anushan
As far as we are aware, this does not come with a "photo clicker". Furthermore, most basic "photo clickers" only work with smartphones and not cameras. If you need help finding a wireless remote shutter release for your camera, please reach out via email or live-chat and we can assist you!
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2021-05-19

Will this tripod safely support a canon t6i with ...

Will this tripod safely support a canon t6i with a heavy sigma 600mm zoom telephoto lens. Does it come with a plate?
Asked by: Howard
The plate it comes with is plastic, so I wouldn't trust it with a 600mm.
Answered by: Pete
Date published: 2022-01-21
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