Manfrotto 190XPROB

The Manfrotto 190XPROB is a relatively compact and affordable tripod designed for general-purpose use. It’s one of the best-selling models in Manfrotto’s X range, striking a great balance between price and performance. Like most higher-end tripods, the 190XPROB does not come with a head as a standard. Instead it features a plate onto which you…

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Manfrotto 190CXPRO3

The Manfrotto 190CXPRO3 is a light and relatively compact tripod designed for general-purpose use. It’s based on the best-selling 190XPROB, but built from carbon fiber to minimise weight – indeed it’s the lightest tripod in Manfrotto’s X range. Like most higher-end tripods, the 190CXPRO3 does not come with a head as a standard. Instead it…

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Manfrotto 055XPROB

The Manfrotto 055XPROB is a large but affordable professional tripod designed for general-purpose use. It’s one of the tallest models in the range, and feels the part with its aluminium construction. Like most higher-end tripods, the 055XPROB does not come with a head as a standard. Instead it features a plate onto which you can…

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Manfrotto 055CXPRO3

The Manfrotto 055CXPRO3 is a large but light professional tripod designed for general-purpose use. It’s one of the tallest and strongest models in the range, but surprisingly light thanks to its carbon fiber construction. Like most higher-end tripods, the 055CXPRO3 does not come with a head as a standard. Instead it features a plate onto…

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Manfrotto M-Y 7301YB

          Manfrotto’s range of M-Y tripods is designed for first-time photographers using budget DSLRs or larger point-and-shoot cameras, such as super-zoom models. Compared to higher-end professional tripods, the M-Y models are relatively small, light and affordable, while delivering a big step-up in stability and performance over budget options. In this review…

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