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57.5" Manfrotto 190go! 4-Section Aluminum Tripod EXPIRED

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B&H Photo Video has 57.5" Manfrotto 190go! 4-Section Aluminum Tripod (MT190GOA4TB) on sale for $119.95. Shipping is free. Thanks thawynd
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Features 15.4lb load capacity with twist-lock legs. Includes Limited 5-Year Warranty (Extendable to 10 Years with Registration).

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Specs:
Load Capacity: 15.4 lb
Max Height: 57.5"
Min Height: 2.75"
Folded Length: 17.7"
Leg Sections: 4
Weight: 3.7 lb
90° Center Column
Twist Locks
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15.4 lb load capacity for 119... good deal
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nice legs but no head
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nice legs but no head
Damn, yea mermaid style is the way to go not the other way
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QUADpod.
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Would this hold a rifle?
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nice legs but no head
that's what he said.
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$120!? And thats the SALE price. Even Donald would think twice about that price!
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$120!? And thats the SALE price. Even Donald would think twice about that price!
#obviouslynotaphotographer
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I have been a photographer since 1977. Have a Canon T7I at the moment. I got an automatic car because I did not want to learn a stick. I'd say about 98% of the new cars sold are auto because people agree with me. My Canon never comes out of auto. Thats why soooooo many people use camera phones because they don't want the hassle! In all these years I only used a tripod once. Buckingham Fountain in Chicago at night!
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I have been a photographer since 1977. Have a Canon T7I at the moment. I got an automatic car because I did not want to learn a stick. I'd say about 98% of the new cars sold are auto because people agree with me. My Canon never comes out of auto. Thats why soooooo many people use camera phones because they don't want the hassle! In all these years I only used a tripod once. Buckingham Fountain in Chicago at night!
Lolol, you're not a passionate photographer if you've only used a tripod once...LMAO
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I have been a photographer since 1977. Have a Canon T7I at the moment. I got an automatic car because I did not want to learn a stick. I'd say about 98% of the new cars sold are auto because people agree with me. My Canon never comes out of auto. Thats why soooooo many people use camera phones because they don't want the hassle! In all these years I only used a tripod once. Buckingham Fountain in Chicago at night!
illininutt$120!? And thats the SALE price. Even Donald would think twice about that prick
@BraveLittleToaster you are absolutly right ...... ​#obviouslynotaphotographer
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I have been using this tripod for a couple years and have been very happy with it. I've got it paired up with the Manfrotto 410 3-way geared head and it's been rock solid (I purchased it as a combo with the MVH502AH fluid video head). I've traveled all over with it and although my combo isn't the lightest, it supports my D750 and my heaviest lens (Nikkor 70-200) with ease.

The twist lock makes it a snap to extend the legs with one hand. The center column can be extended to increase the height or can be tilted over 90 degrees. Each of the legs can be lifted to 4 different locking positions which allows a great deal of flexibility when you need to stabilize your camera over uneven terrain.

I took this out to Antelope Canyon last year and it was a pleasure to use. The range of motion of the legs allowed me to get creative shots by being able to position them at different angles. The only issue I had was with sand. To be honest, I think sand would have been a challenge for any tripod; but, as much as I tired to keep the sand from getting into the legs, I still managed to get some lodged in between the segments. Not a problem though. When I got home, I disassembled the legs and washed all the dirt/sand out with warm water and dish washing soap. After I dried everything off, I lubed up the twist locks and everything was smooth as silk.

Here are a couple photos I took of the tripod in use. One is from Antelope Canyon with my D750 and the Tamron 15-30mm posted up on a rock and the slot canyon wall. The other is the Golden Gate bridge from Sausalito on the side of a hill with my D750 and 24-70mm.

The 190go! is really versatile; anyone looking for a quality tripod will not be disappointed!
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I have been a photographer since 1977. Have a Canon T7I at the moment. I got an automatic car because I did not want to learn a stick. I'd say about 98% of the new cars sold are auto because people agree with me. My Canon never comes out of auto. Thats why soooooo many people use camera phones because they don't want the hassle! In all these years I only used a tripod once. Buckingham Fountain in Chicago at night!
Then you're obviously not a photographer, you just capture stuff with a camera. If you're passionate about photography, carrying a fullframe and a tripod is nothing. I travelled Europe for 3 years with a camera, tripod and a timelaspe dolly.
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