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Manfrotto Single Carriage with Brake

BH #MAFF3229 • MFR #FF3229
Manfrotto Single Carriage with Brake
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$64.88

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Manfrotto FF3229 Overview

Part of the Sky Track Rail System. A 4-wheel sliding carriage with a brake and 5/8" mounting spigot. Suitable for normal loads (AKA #0926).

UPC: 719821141365

Manfrotto FF3229 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.77 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.5 x 3.7 x 2.2"

Manfrotto FF3229 Reviews

Perfect part for the job

By Harrio
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2015-02-04

I purchased a hanging ceiling rack for our camera room about 4 years ago and it was so simple to install and worked so well I could hardly believe it. We've since added many hanging wirers to the unit so the weight of the wires caused the camera to move when set. I called B&H and talked with one of their techs who offered a brreaking canera slide which I purchased installed took all of 10 min and solved the problem emeadiately for the total cost of $ including shipping. I would recommend B&H to anyone looking for camera equipment. Thanks for the great service Dave Harrison RepairClinic.

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Does this pair with the Manfrotto Rail - Black - 9' 10"?
Asked by: Cole
Yes, this works with the Manfrotto Rail - Black - 9' 10".
Answered by: Kevin
Date published: 2021-03-29

Is the brake release constant or momentary?

Is the brake release constant or momentary?
Asked by: Dan
It is a momentary brake.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2020-09-30

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How does the slide brake operate?
Asked by: Clay N.
It is spring loaded, so normally a small metal plate pushes up against the wheels. To release the brake, you pull down on the square wire loop, which pulls the metal plate away from the wheels, allowing the carriage to move freely. Note: you can still move the carriage without releasing the brake. The brake only applies enough friction to keep the carriage from moving freely.
Answered by: Tom K.
Date published: 2021-03-29
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