Manfrotto 190XB

Manfrotto 190XB with three-section tripod that stable, flexible, and easy to use, making it a great choice for amateur and professional photographers alike to make great pictures. The tripod features 3 Leg sections, rapid Center column, 3-faceted Column cross section, Four leg-angle settings (25,46,66 & 88°), Leg tube diameter: 25, 20, and 16 mm. The Manfrotto 190XB has maximum height of 57.48 in, maximum height (with cent tre column down) 46.65 in, minimum height 3.15 in, and weighs 3.97 lbs/1.8 kg.

manfrotto-190xb
Overall Rating: ★★★★½ | Latest Price Info


User Opinions

Manfrotto 190XB User Reviews

Solid and great quality
“This tripod was stable and solid for my Canon D40, 24-70mm lens, and 580EX flash. Great construction and quality! It really holds! I tried it in the snow on my recent trip to Yellowstone Nation Park and Park City without any problems. I also used my 28-200mm lens. “ – By Mike L
Rating: ★★★★★

Solid tripod
“This tripod is amazing! It is solid and well-built. My last tripod was a cheap amateur tripod that wobbled a lot. One of the knobs recently broke so I decided to splurge for a good tripod. A good tripod is necessary for steady long exposure shots. So far, I’m very satisfied with this tripod. Manfrotto tripods are highly respected in the photography field and now I see why. This tripod is not wobbly at all. All the joints are rigid when locked and liquid smooth when not. I highly recommend this product!” – By Rebel Studio
Rating: ★★★★★

Excellent Tripod – Some reservations
“High quality and solid. We all know that Manfrotto is a well known name in tripods and their quality (usually) is second to none. This tripod is excellent for those looking for an inexpensive, high quality tripod… The Manfrotto 190XB is a high quality piece, that’s sturdy and quick to set-up. You’ll enjoy it.” – By Webtrance
Rating: ★★★★☆

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Expert Reviews

Manfrotto 190XB Expert Reviews

Photographybay reviews the Manfrotto 190XB and writes;
“The 190XB is a very solid and versatile tripod. The adjustments are intuitive and simple. Even the low angle adapter is something that an impatient klutz like me can work without a long set of directions to guide me through.”
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Manual

Manfrotto 190XB User Manual

- Download Manfrotto 190XB User Manual (PDF – 147kb)

Features & Specifications

Manfrotto 190XB Features & Specifications

The Manfrotto 190XB three-section tripod is stable, flexible, and easy to use, making it a great choice for amateur and professional photographers alike. The tripod is distinguished by its redesigned aluminum frame, which is lighter than previous incarnations and slightly more compact. As a result, it’s more convenient to bring this tripod along on shoots without weighing yourself down. Plus, the ergonomics of the leg-angle release mechanism and the quick-action leg locks have also been greatly improved, making it a breeze to open, position, and close the tripod in just a few seconds.

The tension of the locking mechanism is even user-adjustable, so you can find the right tension for your comfort level. And should you need to balance the tripod on an uneven surface, you can set each of the legs to a different spread angle over the tripod’s center of gravity–a must for nature shots on outdoor terrain.

Specifications
* Color: Black
* Includes tripod head: No
* Closed length: 21.06 inches
* Minimum height: 3.15 inches
* Maximum height: 57.48 inches
* Maximum height with center column down: 46.65 inches
* Load capacity: 11 pounds
* Material: Aluminum
* Leg cross section: Round
* Column cross section: 3-faceted
* Leg sections: 3
* Bubble spirit level: No
* Leg angles: 25, 46, 66, and 88 degrees
* Center column: Rapid
* Column tube diameter: 25mm
* Attachment: 3/8-inch screw
* Leg tube diameter: 25, 20, and 16 mm
* Suggested dolly: 127, 127VS
* Weight: 3.97 pounds


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