Manfrotto 058B Aluminum Triaut Tripod

Manfrotto 058B Aluminum Triaut Tripod

Manfrotto 058B Aluminum Triaut Tripod

B&H # MA058B MFR # 058B
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Product Highlights

  • Load Capacity: 26.5 lb
  • Max Height: 85.4"
  • Min Height: 17.3"
  • Folded Length: 37"
  • Leg Sections: 2
  • Weight: 13.6 lb
  • Geared Center Column
  • Auto Leg Release
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The Manfrotto 058B Aluminum Triaut Tripod is a professional tripod ideal for use with medium format and 4x5" cameras. It features a built-in bubble level, and automatic leg release system which allows for simultaneous or individual release of the leg sections. This system permits the legs to be extended and the tripod leveled and locked in seconds without the need for individual leg adjustments. Telescoping the legs is achieved by activating the same release.

Mid-Level Spreader
The built-in mid-level spreader adds anti-torsional rigidity and stops the tripod legs from accidentally being knocked wider apart. Compared to a ground-level spreader or dolly, the mid-level spreader has the advantage that it stays well out of the mud and dirt and is more suitable for use on uneven terrain
Geared Center Column
The geared center column has a non-roll back feature, and allows for safe and precise height adjustments
Set Screws
The three set screws in the camera platform can be used to permanently secure the head to the tripod, providing additional security
Foldaway Handle
Its foldaway handle avoids damage during transport
UPC: 719821288343
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Manfrotto 058B Aluminum Triaut Tripod
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
  • Limited 8-Year Warranty Extension upon Online Product Registration
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    • 1Description
    General
    Load Capacity 26.5 lb / 12 kg
    Maximum Working Height 85.4" / 216.9 cm
    Max Height without Center Column 75.2" / 191 cm
    Minimum Working Height 17.3" / 43.9 cm
    Folded Length 37" / 94 cm
    Head Mount Type 3/8"-16 Screw
    Weight 13.6 lbs / 6.2 kg
    Materials Aluminum Alloy, Steel
    Bubble Level Yes
    Legs
    Leg Lock Type Push-Pull, with Release Button
    Independent Leg Spread No
    Leg Sections 2
    Leg Diameter 1.2" / 30.5 mm
    Tripod Feet Features Rubber, Without Spikes
    Center Column
    Center Column Features Center Brace
    Center Column Shape Round
    Center Column Sections 1
    Center Column Extension Type Geared
    Lateral / 90-Degree Center Column No
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 16.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 36.0 x 7.0 x 7.0"
    058B Aluminum Triaut Tripod is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 43.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quick setup. This Tripod sets up much faster than my Gitzo and is very sturdy. although it does not ooze of quality like my Gizto there really is not anything in particular I can fault it for other than the extension legs that can be pulled out are a bit flimsy but they do seem to get the job done if you need the crazy height.the crank that raises and lowers the column is smooth and operates nicely, this is my favorite feature of this tripod.this thing is big and heavy so just be aware of the weight before purchase.For the price this peice of equipment is well worth it!I personally would have paid just a bit more for slightly better hardware hence the 4 stars and not five.
    Date published: 2011-05-29
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A studio stand you can take with you I am an architectural photographer shooting digital and 4x5. It is much faster and easier than anything I have used for quick leg adjustments, especially on uneven surfaces. Studio stand style height adjustability for a decent distance. However extending the lower legs is nearly impossible with a camera on the tropod. It takes 2 hands. Add a gear head and you have an awesome set. But heavy, that doesn't bother me, but it may be too much for some. On the other hand that weight can be an asset for stability.
    Date published: 2008-07-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this tripod I'm 6'6 tall. This was just one of three tripods that I found that could reach up to me instead of me going down to it. For the past year or so I've been into pan photography...I like to shoot more than what I can see through the viewfinder...and needed a tripod that could stand up to windy conditions with pan head and camera attached. This past weekend, at my parents house in New Smyrna Beach, FL, I had the opportunity to test it out in 15 to 20 mph gust. Didn't budge an inch. Great shots, great tripod. I highly recommend this tripod...especially for those of us who are vertically challenged on the plus side (it goes up to 85).
    Date published: 2014-06-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solves both problems without a compromise I've resisted moving to a ball mount because camera height is so critical to me and you lose the adjustable center post. You're trading ease of level for ease of correct height. I'd rather be a little off level than 1 1/2 too low. This gives you both, It takes some strength with me camera, slider, head, etc mounted because when you release all three legs you are holding up all of that plus most of the tripod, but in a couple of seconds you've got the bubble in the circle and its done. Probably faster than a ball mount. And you still have an adjustable (crank) vertical post
    Date published: 2017-04-29
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from to much play in the legs My tripod came with a large dent on one of the legs.. so I had to return it. I didn't want a replacement after hands on with it. This tripod has an option to release all the legs with a release lever. Nice to extended and contract the legs. But with this you get a lot of play in the legs. They must be loose so the legs can easily move up and down. Only the middle section of the legs work on the easy release.. If you want the lower sections to extend you need to twist the locking grip.. So here is another problem. You need two hands on the leg to use the twisting locks as to the play and slippage of the middle section. Yes the middle section can move when trying to twist the lower locks. So to release the lower sections safely do this before loading your camera on the tripod.
    Date published: 2015-05-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Can't Live without this tripod I work in conditions that are never the same and when working with kids you need something fast. This tripod is fantastic in that I can adjust it in lightening speed on any terrain. Can't recommend this enough. Also get the manfrotto 222 head and you have a winning team. It is heavy but I think that is perfect for stability. I LOVE MINE!!!
    Date published: 2009-05-24
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from great tripod I use this tripod to shoot architecture and interiors. It's very solid allowing for exact alignment of images when blending exposure. The automatic legs are very helpful for changing heights and leveling tripod. The only con is the center support rods that have to be screwed down and unscrewed when folding legs.
    Date published: 2012-03-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Professional grade Very nice tripod. I bought this tripod for its height and flexibility. I shoot a lot of weddings and other crowded events and needed to be able to shoot high from the back with one camera, above people's heads. Now this is more of a stationary tripod, not made for running around necessarily, so if you are going to be setting up/tearing down often, I would recommend being above average strength, it's heavy, especially with my bowl adapter and 504HD head on it. I love the quick release legs (great for leveling since you can't use a ball head) and I love the smooth crank to race the camera. I bought the Hakuba PSTC 400 bag for it and it was just barely long enough with my tall head.
    Date published: 2013-03-05
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