Manfrotto 028B

Manfrotto 028B features Rubber feet with retractable steel spike, Geared center column with non roll-back feature, Twin shank leg design with Includes a mid level spreader and carrying strap and also Bubble level. The Manfrotto 028B has maximum height of 89.37 in, maximum height (with cent tre column down) 70.47 in, minimum height 30.31 in, and weighs 9.15 lbs/4.15 kg.

manfrotto-028b
Overall Rating: ★★★★★ | Latest Price Info


User Opinions

Manfrotto 028B User Reviews

No wobbling in the wind – unlike cheaper tripods by the same brand
“I own 3 different tripods by Manfrotto. They all are great, but when working with a 1000 mm telescopic lens on a windy beach the slightest wobble make a picture impossible. This tripod is by far the most non-wobbling of the 3, but also by far the most expensive. The three elements at the bottom of the vertical column prevent it’s wobbling. Also good is the very long travel of the vertical column, and it’s easy and precise hight adjustment. “ – By Rolf Bertram
Rating: ★★★★★

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Manual

Manfrotto 028B User Manual

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Features & Specifications

Manfrotto 028B Features & Specifications

The Manfrotto 028B Studio Pro Triman Tripod Legs is a strong, sturdy and reliable tripod, built for industrial and studio applications. Standard features include the tandem leg design, built-in spirit level, and rubber feet with retractable spikes. The geared center column has a non roll-back feature and has a threaded 3/8″ mount on the bottom of the column to allow low-angle shots. Strong enough for even the most ardent of medium format applications.

Replaces old part number 3246.

• Rubber feet with retractable steel spike

• Geared center column with non roll-back feature

• Twin shank leg design

• Includes a mid level spreader and carrying strap

• Bubble level


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