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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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”
Manfrotto 7321YB M-Y User Reviews
Great tripod for amateur/professional photographers
“When I was looking for a tripod I didn’t want anything dirt cheap or outrageously expensive, but I did want quality. I found the Manfrotto 7321YB M-Y Tripod with 3-Way Head, which works comfortably, very compact and light weight. The head isn’t interchangeable, but a nice on-the-go tripod for those nice steady shots. The only drawback would be there’s no leveler and the head cannot be changed; other than that, you won’t really complain. I would recommend this to any amateur photographer. “ – By M. Moser
good light-weight tripod
“Purchased this for my wife. She hates my 6lb tripod because it’s so heavy. This tripod weighs-in at half that, only 3lbs. This is something she would be willing to carry around. And it’s capacity is adequate so that there is no worry about the tripod dropping the camera. (I’m often amazed people trust their $1000 cameras and lenses to some $29 Walmart special that could collapse at any moment.) On the plus side it is light and portable, and comes with a carry-bag. The leg clamps are tight and secure. It deploys quickly, and puts away quickly….” – By Onepoorguy
great buy for the money…be careful though; it’s fragile
“This is my first Manfrotto tripod and overall I’m quite pleased. It’s light enough that I can take it with me on long backpacking trips (strapped to the outside of my pack). Stability has never been an issue, even during intense windstorms. Compared to the old-school JC Penney aluminum tripod I used to use this thing is great. And at just over 100 dollars I think it’s a steal…” – By Jonathan E. Harvey
Light, yet Sturdy
“Tripods, in this day of Image Stabilization, are an anachronism, like film. But if you need a tripod for travel, I find this Manfrotto 7321YB the best compromise among sturdiness, packability, weight and price. The extended height is good for me (I’m 6 foot tall) yet you can mount the camera virtually at ground level. The pan head is good for about 5 lbs which means a DSLR with a short telephoto, after which it can sag. The quick release plate is easy to use and quite secure….” – By Lo-Yi Chan
Manfrotto 7321YB M-Y User Manual
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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
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