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Manfrotto Xpro Monopod With Standing Base (MMXPROA3B)

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SAR400.00

PRIME Photo Monopod: provide steadiness with telephoto lenses
Smart retractable base: to increase stability only when needed
D-shaped tubes: ensure rigidity and steadines
New designed rubber leg: warmer for secure & fast movements
Quick Power Lock system: allows a fast, solid effortless set up
Leg Sections: 3
Max Height: 168 cm
Safety Payload: 10 kg

Service: Minimum warranty is 2 years for most of the products.

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The new XPRO Monopod PRIME is a professional photo monopod made to satisfy all photographers that use heavy lenses mainly for sport photography and wildlife.
Inheriting the perfect combination of rigidity and safety locking system from the professional tripods range, like collection 190 and collection 055, the Xpro Monopod PRIME represents Manfrotto’s state of the art leg supports. It features a smart retractable base that can be un-screwed from the last tube and open it out to greatly increase stability, only when needed. The MMXPROA3B is a 3-section camera monopod that supports up to 10kg. The new D-shaped aluminium tubes greatly improve the anti-rotation resistance throughout the monopod following the fast rotating movement of the photographer. That combined with the Quick Power Lock (QPL) that strongly lock the lever on the flat face of the tube, this monopod will reduce unwanted jerky movements. Thanks to the new designed leg warmer, that provides an exceptional grip, and the dual 1/4'' - 3/8'' camera fixing screw, it is now even more handy and versatile on the field. If combined with the photo monopod head 234RC and a camera on top, it enhances the shooting experience by dramatically increasing the framing speed and versatility.

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Specifications
Color:  Black
Weight:  2.43 pounds
Material: Aluminium
Leg Sections:  3
Max Height: 168 cm
Safety Payload:  10 kg
Legs Tube Diameter: 30, 26, 22.5 mm
Item Dimensions:  4 x 4 x 26.18 inches

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