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Manfrotto 035 Super Clamp without Stud

BH #MA035 • MFR #035
Manfrotto 035 Super Clamp without Stud
Key Features
  • Lightweight Cast Alloy
  • Jaws Open 0.5 to 2.1"
  • 5/8" Receiver
The Manfrotto 2915 Super Clamp is made of lightweight cast alloy. The Super Clamp is a very versatile tool and it holds just about anything: cameras, lights, umbrellas, hooks, shelves, plate glass, cross bars, even other Super Clamps. In turn, the Super Clamp can be securely mounted on any tube from 0.5 to 2.1". An attached wedge can be removed and placed in the jaw for flat surfaces. A built-in socket allows the use of over 30 attachments to hold anything from backgrounds to lighting fixtures.
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Manfrotto 035 Overview

The Manfrotto 2915 Super Clamp is made of lightweight cast alloy. The Super Clamp is a very versatile tool and it holds just about anything: cameras, lights, umbrellas, hooks, shelves, plate glass, cross bars, even other Super Clamps. In turn, the Super Clamp can be securely mounted on any tube from 0.5 to 2.1". An attached wedge can be removed and placed in the jaw for flat surfaces. A built-in socket allows the use of over 30 attachments to hold anything from backgrounds to lighting fixtures.

UPC: 719821287728

Manfrotto 035 Specs

Clamp TypeJaw
Jaw ShapeRound
Load Capacity33.1 lb / 15 kg
Mounting
MountingAccessory Mount: 1 x 5/8" Receiver
Clamping Range0.5 to 2.1" / 1.3 to 5.3 cm
General
Weight0.9 lb / 0.4 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.11 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.3 x 4.7 x 2.2"

Manfrotto 035 Reviews

I use this to hang an overhead camera

By Slavik
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-02-14

I paired this super clamp with a Manfrotto 394 QR plate, on a Manfrotto 272B cross arm, and Tether Tools 22 telescoping arms coming down from Camvate light stand mounts with circular mount base, attached to the ceiling. All in all it works great and keeps the camera sturdy, just need to tighten it real good.

Good Part!

By Matthew
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-02-18

Mafer Clamps are not my clamps; however, they do serve a purpose. No problems with this one; works as expected!

There are many clamps...

By Jeremy
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-12-20

There are many clamps out there but this is mine. When you need to quickly find a place for a pice of gear I haven’t found a faster way to mount.

A must where tripods are not allowed

By David
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-07-29

A very stable platform

Amazing!

By Ido
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-06-15

Strong clamp, strong grip, gentle on the surface your clamping it to. What more can you ask for? I'm using this on a vertical rod and it does not slide down at all! Just perfect.

Truly the Super Clamp

By Jason
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2020-06-05

As the name implies, this is most definitely a super clamp. Versatile and build tough to accommodate adhoc requirements while travelling or at home. The reason why I only gave 4 out of 5 stars was due to the handle. I thought it was a ratcheting handle (it is not). Also, the handle is made of plastic and not metal. Not a show stopper by any means.

A Sturdy Piece of Equipment

By Kaegen
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-17

I've been using this as part of a y-axis photographic setup, using a makeshift copy stand (wood board, 1/2 NPS pipe), this unit, Manfrotto 208HEX, tripod ball head, SWEBO LS-001 focus rail, and camera with lens(es). The super clamp attaches to the pipe very nicely, resulting in no subtle movement once secured. It easily supports all the add-on weight, despite all the attachments extending horizontally, rather than vertically in a typical fashion. My only complaints are: - The plastic handle does feel somewhat flimsy (in comparison to the cast-metal body), and I somewhat worry it may snap during tightening. It has provided me no issues so far, however. - When not secured to any surface, the clamp's jaws do have some significant play at the hinge, perpendicular to the direction of the clamp's closure. Again, this aspect also has not provided any issues in performance. This is a solid, dependable piece of equipment; I'm glad I spent a little extra to invest in Manfrotto's product quality (not to mention their excellent Warranty policy).

Quite a Sturdy Piece of Equipment

By Kaegen
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-16

I've been using this as part of a y-axis photographic setup, using a makeshift copy stand (wood board, 1/2 NPS pipe), this unit, Manfrotto 208HEX, tripod ball head, SWEBO LS-001 focus rail, and camera with lens(es). The super clamp attaches to the pipe very nicely, resulting in no subtle movement once secured. It easily supports all the add-on weight, despite all the attachments extending horizontally, rather than vertically in a typical fashion. My only complaints are: - The plastic handle does feel somewhat flimsy (in comparison to the cast-metal body), and I somewhat worry it may snap during tightening. It has provided me no issues so far, however. - When not secured to any surface, the clamp's jaws do have some significant play at the hinge, perpendicular to the direction of the clamp's closure. Again, this aspect also has not provided any issues in performance. This is a solid, dependable piece of equipment; I'm glad I spent a little extra to invest in Manfrotto's product quality (not to mention their excellent Warranty policy).

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