Manfrotto 3D Magnesium Head W/Rc2 Rapid Connect Plate (200Pl-14) 460MG

  • Filmtools #: 13429
  • Mfr #: 460MG
Product Features
  • 3D Magnesium Head
  • Spring-loaded conical joints
  • 1/4'and 3/8" female thread attachment type
  • Front tilt: -30 / +180 tilt range
  • Lateral tilt: -180 / +30 tilt range
  • Load capacity: 6.61 lbs
  • Panoramic rotation: 360
  • Plate type: 200PL-14

Availability: In stock

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The Manfrotto 3D Magnesium Head W/Rc2 Rapid Connect Plate (200Pl-14) can be positioned in virtually any position to get the exact framing of the image. The lock-system using spring-loaded conical joints allows greater flexibility than any other 3D head whether mounted on a tripod centre column or lateral arm. The rubber grip knobs provide finger tip control and wonメt poke you in the eye like conventional handles do. The 460Mg is the ideal head in combination with the Carbon Number One line for 35mm SLRs and medium format cameras.

  • attachment: 1/4'' screw attachment type
  • attachment (bottom): 3/8" female thread attachment type
  • bubble spirit level (no.): 1 number
  • color: black color
  • front tilt: -30ᄚ / +180ᄚ tilt range
  • height: 4.13 in
  • lateral tilt: -180ᄚ / +30ᄚ tilt range
  • load capacity: 6.61 lbs
  • material: magnesium
  • panoramic rotation: 360 ᄚ
  • plate type: 200PL-14
  • quick release: yes
  • secondary safety system: yes
  • weight: 0.95 lbs

  • sturdy all-metal construction
  • dual 3-8 1-4 screw
  • materials, design and construction techniques have been carefully selected to help save weight without sacrificing stability or strength
  • lightweight magnesium is used for die-cast parts. Magnesium has a density of 1.74g/cm3 as opposed to aluminum's 2.70g/cm3 - a 35% reduction. Despite its lower weight, magnesium is more rigid than aluminum, and has the same strength per volume.
  • because you can turn your camera through more than 90ᄚ with this head, positioning and framing is flexible even if uneven terrain means the tripod isn't perfectly level, or if you're shooting with the column inverted or (in the case of PRO tripods) mounted horizontally