Manfrotto 7321YB M-Y

Manfrotto 7321YB M-Y s has Dual 25/51° deployment angles for legs to allow lower minimum operating height, with improved angle selection mechanism, Tri-faceted leg segments with 22mm maximum diameter suitable for advanced point and shoot cameras, 3-Way pan/tilt head with panning handle and quick release plate and also the tripod complete with carrying bag. The Manfrotto 7321YB M-Y has maximum height of 55.91 in, maximum height (with cent tre column down) 48.43 in, minimum height 13.78 in, weighs 2.8 lbs/1.72 kg and it’s ideal for for photographers using lightweight DSLR, compact and bridge cameras.

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Overall Rating: ★★★★★


Expert Reviews

Manfrotto 7321YB M-Y Expert Reviews

WDC reviews the Manfrotto 7321YB M-Y and writes;
“Overall, it’s hard to find too much fault with what is essentially a solid piece of engineering for such a lightweight system. At £95 this can be considered fair value, too”
Rating: ★★★★☆

Manual

Manfrotto 7321YB M-Y User Manual

- Download Manfrotto 7321YB M-Y User Manual (PDF – 145kb)

Features & Specifications

Manfrotto 7321YB M-Y Features & Specifications

The Manfrotto 7321YB Tripod is a very compact and light tripod designed for first-time buyers of compact point and shoot cameras. It has 22mm maximum upper diameter leg segments and a 3-way head with separate pan/tilt locks and a quick release plate.

The 7321YB’s small head allows smooth motion and panning for light-duty video cameras, but can also achieve any position necessary for a still camera. The 7321YB’s only 2.8 pounds and 19.3″ when collapsed, making it appropriate for carrying on even the very longest of journeys.

• Dual 25/51° deployment angles for legs to allow lower minimum operating height, with improved angle selection mechanism

• Tri-faceted leg segments with 22mm maximum diameter suitable for advanced point and shoot cameras

• 3-Way pan/tilt head with panning handle and quick release plate

• Includes carrying bag


See also: Accessories | Tripod





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