Manfrotto MTT2-P02 Table Top Tripod with Ball Head

Manfrotto MTT2-P02 Table Top Tripod with Ball Head

Manfrotto MTT2-P02 Table Top Tripod with Ball Head

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Product Highlights

  • Heavy-Duty Aluminum Construction
  • Ball Head Tilts ±90°
  • 360° Panning
  • Supports 4.4 lb

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Manfrotto MTT2-P02 overview

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The Manfrotto MTT2-P02 Table Top Tripod w/ Ball Head is a sturdy little camera support kit that's made from heavy-duty aluminum. The kit includes table-top tripod legs and a ball head.

With the ball head mounted on the tripod, shoot from only 4.1" above the table or other surface. The system supports about 4.4 lb, and you can mount your point & shoot or DSLR camera to the head's standard 1/4"-20 screw.

By twisting the single ball-locking knob, the head is able to tilt ±90° and pan a full 360°.

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Manfrotto MTT2-P02 Table Top Tripod with Ball Head
  • 2 Year Limited Warranty + 3 Years upon Registration
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    Manfrotto MTT2-P02 specs

    Maximum Height 4.1" (10.5 cm)
    Minimum Height 4.1" (10.5 cm)
    Folded Length 7.1" (18.0 cm)
    Load Capacity 4.4 lb (2 kg)
    Leg Sections 1
    Leg Lock Type None
    Male Thread Size 1/4"-20 screw (on head)
    Weight 0.37 lb (0.17 kg)
    Packaging Infofbuzaqrssvuavxzs
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.8 x 2.7 x 0.3"

    Manfrotto MTT2-P02 reviews

    MTT2-P02 Table Top Tripod with Ball Head is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 34.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic for remote photography! I push this little tripod to the absolute limit, and it has helped me to produce some awesome photos. I am a horse racing photographer and use this tripod to set up my remote camera beneath the outside rail for the races. While most of my peers use camera stands that cost hundreds of dollars to set up their remote cameras, so far this table top tripod hasn't let me down. I've even used it with my 70-200mm lens on my Nikon D200, and it's still sturdy! I feel like I'm beating the system using this cheap alternative, but until it breaks or lets me down, I will keep using it for all my remotes.
    Date published: 2011-11-28
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Sturdy, Nice Price I already owned an older black metal Bogen model, which I absolutely love. I needed a couple more tabletop tripods to fit in my carry on luggage to record a focus group. I was hestitant about the Manfrotto name and the aluminum legs of this model, but it turns out there was nothing to worry about. Manfrotto *is* Bogen; and the aluminum legs are very strong, similar to the strength of the black metal model. The ball mount locks just as surely as the Bogen model. So the MTT2-P02 is relatively inexpensive; light and small; and locks into position cleanly without permitting giggle of the camera or audio recorder.
    Date published: 2012-10-29
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Tough Little Tripod Solid construction - this is the only table-top tripod I have seen online that can handle the weight of my Canon 7D with battery grip, flash, and zoom lens. The whole thing lives on my desk and stays upright. I wish it had come with a case. It does not have any kind of height adjustment but a low center of gravity is always good.
    Date published: 2011-06-20
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from useful where a gorillapod isn't Nice, small, standalone tripod that easily fits in even a small camera bag. In applicatons where you need to apply hand pressure to keep the camera from moving, like on a vertical surface (wall) or even upside down, this works where a gorilla-pod type flexible device wouldn't. This would be even much handier if it had a simple built-in clamping device, and also a built-in quick release camera mount. Also, the little feet are cork and they should be high-traction rubber. This little table-top tripod is easily strong enough to hold a full-size DSLR with a medium tele-zoom like a 70-200 2.8.
    Date published: 2013-04-03
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Little Tripod but with Limitations This little tripod makes shooting from ground level so much easier than lying on your stomach and trying to handhold the camera and lens. However, while it works without a hitch when the camera is in the landscape attitude, it has a real problem when the camera is in the portrait attitude. The weight of the camera causes the tripod to tip over, unless you're using a small point and shoot. The fix, of course, is to weigh down the opposing side of the tripod from the camera with a sandbag or anything that weighs enough to counter balance the camera. One could even just push down on an opposing leg of the tripod with one's hand. Other than that one problem, I think this is a fun unit that will make certain shots much easier to take.
    Date published: 2013-06-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Product I was surprised at how small and slim this little tripod was when I opened the box. Don't underestimate its size. I put my Canon 5D Mark III with battery grip and a 24-70mm lens on this little guy and it stood up to the test. I thought the combination of weight would be too much for such a little tripod, but no. The tripod is small enough to slip into your jacket pocket and its light too. Well made Manfrotto.
    Date published: 2013-04-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Compact Tripod for Travel Great price, great tripod, Manfrotto quality. Was looking for a tripod to take as carry on that TSA would not consider a weapon and confiscate. Very sturdy even when used with DSLR (with the kit lens) for night shots (1-2 second long exposure). Got some great night shots of Montreal. Gotta understand the limitation of a table top tripod and that you need to find a flat elevated stable surface to set it on. Can tweak the adjustments to get it to do vertical shots and some coins as shims to keep the balance.
    Date published: 2012-06-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pretty Solid Overall, pretty solid. Use it with D70 and 10-24mm Nikon Zoom. Vertical shots do make it tip, but it's so low that just the strap connector at a certain angle can help with that (so you don't have to carry a weight for the other side). What's really nice is the folded length and size.
    Date published: 2012-01-12
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