Manfrotto Element MII Mob CF BK 4 Sec BH
- Carbon Fiber construction for maximum lightness and sturdiness
- 8kg payload to easily hold CSC to DSLR with zoom lenses
- Aluminium ball head with independent 360° pan
- Detachable leg becomes a full size monopod
- Padded bag included for easy storage and transport
Manfrotto Element MII Mob CF BK 4 Sec BH. The Manfrotto Element Traveller is an affordable, compact, sturdy carbon fiber tripod kit that is also highly versatile. It extends up to a height of 164cm, folds down to just 41,5cm and is easy to pack in most bags.
The tripod’s legs spread independently and feature three leg-angle stops allowing versatile positioning on almost any surface. The twist lock mechanism enables photographers to get into the perfect position with smooth, rapid movements, giving them the freedom to focus on their shots.
Manfrotto’s Element Traveller Carbon Big takes travelling smart to a whole new level: this smart and small lightweight tripod is designed with a full-size monopod integrated in it. To use the monopod, just remove the tripod leg with the padded leg-warmer and attach the centre column.
Since lightness is a travel tripod must, photographers can rely on the spring-loaded hook located at the bottom of the centre column to add additional weight for extra stability when needed.
Manfrotto Element traveller Carbon Big is ideal for CSCs, mirrorless and DLSR cameras with lenses up to 200mm and easily holds payloads up to 8kg. The aluminium ball head is engineered to deliver the smoothest movements when framing a desired shot and firmly locks equipment exactly where you need it.
If you’re into landscape photography, you’ll love the separate head’s pan lock that allows photographers to take amazing panorama shots easily and precisely thanks to its 360° pan index.
The ball head mounts an Arca-type quick release plate with a 1/4''-20 camera screw on top that ensures equipment is balanced when using zoom lenses.
The Manfrotto Element Traveller Carbon Big comes with a padded bag for easy storage and transport