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Manfrotto MVK502055XPRO3 Photo Video Hybrid Kit with 502 Series Head, Black
Manfrotto MVK502055XPRO3 Photo Video Hybrid Kit with 502 Series Head, Black
Manfrotto MVK502055XPRO3 Photo Video Hybrid Kit with 502 Series Head, Black
Manfrotto MVK502055XPRO3 Photo Video Hybrid Kit with 502 Series Head, Black
Manfrotto MVK502055XPRO3 Photo Video Hybrid Kit with 502 Series Head, Black
Manfrotto MVK502055XPRO3 Photo Video Hybrid Kit with 502 Series Head, Black
Manfrotto MVK502055XPRO3 Photo Video Hybrid Kit with 502 Series Head, Black
Manfrotto MVK502055XPRO3 Photo Video Hybrid Kit with 502 Series Head, Black
Manfrotto MVK502055XPRO3 Photo Video Hybrid Kit with 502 Series Head, Black
Manfrotto MVK502055XPRO3 Photo Video Hybrid Kit with 502 Series Head, Black
Manfrotto MVK502055XPRO3 Photo Video Hybrid Kit with 502 Series Head, Black

Manfrotto MVK502055XPRO3 Photo Video Hybrid Kit with 502 Series Head, Black

Manfrotto MVK502055XPRO3 Photo Video Hybrid Kit with 502 Series Head, Black
Manfrotto MVK502055XPRO3 Photo Video Hybrid Kit with 502 Series Head, Black
Manfrotto MVK502055XPRO3 Photo Video Hybrid Kit with 502 Series Head, Black
Manfrotto MVK502055XPRO3 Photo Video Hybrid Kit with 502 Series Head, Black
Manfrotto MVK502055XPRO3 Photo Video Hybrid Kit with 502 Series Head, Black
Manfrotto MVK502055XPRO3 Photo Video Hybrid Kit with 502 Series Head, Black
Manfrotto MVK502055XPRO3 Photo Video Hybrid Kit with 502 Series Head, Black
Manfrotto MVK502055XPRO3 Photo Video Hybrid Kit with 502 Series Head, Black
Manfrotto MVK502055XPRO3 Photo Video Hybrid Kit with 502 Series Head, Black
Manfrotto MVK502055XPRO3 Photo Video Hybrid Kit with 502 Series Head, Black
Manfrotto MVK502055XPRO3 Photo Video Hybrid Kit with 502 Series Head, Black
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Features

  • Big Savings: By purchasing these video heads with our photo legs together in a kit, we are able to extend big savings.
  • Dual Easy Links: Both the tripods and heads feature our Easy Link 3/8” connection system which allow for accessories and monitors to be attached
  • Flat Base Video Heads: Lightweight heads with a wider platform for HDSLR bodies and CSC Cameras that shoot video
  • Both Tripod and Head are Made in Italy. Top Attachment : 1/4 inches screw, 3/8 inches screw
  • Safety Payload Weight: 15.43 lbs. Counterbalanced Weight: 4 kg.Min height 27.56 inch,maximum height 72.24 inch

Description

Lightweight heads with a wider platform for HDSLR bodies and CSC Cameras that shoot video. Beautifully smooth shots; these heads encompass professional fluid cartridges on both pan and tilt axes to ensure that every camera movement is smooth, controlled and precise. The legs of these tripods are fast to extend and adjust thanks to the Quick Power Lock levers and the heads feature sliding plates for the fastest camera connection / setup. By purchasing these video heads with our photo legs together in a kit, we are able to extend big savings to both the dealer and consumer Both the tripods and heads feature our Easy Link 3/8” connection system which allow for accessories and monitors to be attached. Working temperature -4 to 140 fahrenheit.


Product Dimensions 29.33 x 7.8 x 72.24 inches


Item Weight 9.2 pounds


ASIN B01E5VMXNG


Item model number MVK502055XPRO3


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 1,297 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #156 in Tripod Heads


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available April 12, 2016


Manufacturer Manfrotto


Shipping

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Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • Big Savings: By purchasing these video heads with our photo legs together in a kit, we are able to extend big savings.
  • Dual Easy Links: Both the tripods and heads feature our Easy Link 3/8” connection system which allow for accessories and monitors to be attached
  • Flat Base Video Heads: Lightweight heads with a wider platform for HDSLR bodies and CSC Cameras that shoot video
  • Both Tripod and Head are Made in Italy. Top Attachment : 1/4 inches screw, 3/8 inches screw
  • Safety Payload Weight: 15.43 lbs. Counterbalanced Weight: 4 kg.Min height 27.56 inch,maximum height 72.24 inch

Description

Lightweight heads with a wider platform for HDSLR bodies and CSC Cameras that shoot video. Beautifully smooth shots; these heads encompass professional fluid cartridges on both pan and tilt axes to ensure that every camera movement is smooth, controlled and precise. The legs of these tripods are fast to extend and adjust thanks to the Quick Power Lock levers and the heads feature sliding plates for the fastest camera connection / setup. By purchasing these video heads with our photo legs together in a kit, we are able to extend big savings to both the dealer and consumer Both the tripods and heads feature our Easy Link 3/8” connection system which allow for accessories and monitors to be attached. Working temperature -4 to 140 fahrenheit.


Product Dimensions 29.33 x 7.8 x 72.24 inches


Item Weight 9.2 pounds


ASIN B01E5VMXNG


Item model number MVK502055XPRO3


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 1,297 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #156 in Tripod Heads


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available April 12, 2016


Manufacturer Manfrotto


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Big Savings: By purchasing these video heads with our photo legs together in a kit, we are able to extend big savings.
  • Dual Easy Links: Both the tripods and heads feature our Easy Link 3/8” connection system which allow for accessories and monitors to be attached
  • Flat Base Video Heads: Lightweight heads with a wider platform for HDSLR bodies and CSC Cameras that shoot video
  • Both Tripod and Head are Made in Italy. Top Attachment : 1/4 inches screw, 3/8 inches screw
  • Safety Payload Weight: 15.43 lbs. Counterbalanced Weight: 4 kg.Min height 27.56 inch,maximum height 72.24 inch

Description

Lightweight heads with a wider platform for HDSLR bodies and CSC Cameras that shoot video. Beautifully smooth shots; these heads encompass professional fluid cartridges on both pan and tilt axes to ensure that every camera movement is smooth, controlled and precise. The legs of these tripods are fast to extend and adjust thanks to the Quick Power Lock levers and the heads feature sliding plates for the fastest camera connection / setup. By purchasing these video heads with our photo legs together in a kit, we are able to extend big savings to both the dealer and consumer Both the tripods and heads feature our Easy Link 3/8” connection system which allow for accessories and monitors to be attached. Working temperature -4 to 140 fahrenheit.


Product Dimensions 29.33 x 7.8 x 72.24 inches


Item Weight 9.2 pounds


ASIN B01E5VMXNG


Item model number MVK502055XPRO3


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 1,297 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #156 in Tripod Heads


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available April 12, 2016


Manufacturer Manfrotto


abunda_amazon_reviews They're cutting corners to save cost. Very soft aluminum used for the 3/8" threads attaching the head. Stripped out quickly. Older model used a threaded brass insert & lasted me over a decade. Mailed in for warranty repair. Two months later was told it was not covered because it was a "grey market" product (I purchased it here from an Amazon seller & paid full price). Decided to cut my losses and keep it for parts. Except they never returned it to me. It's now been another two months. Manfrotto has sub'ed out their customer service too. You'll deal exclusively with an unhelpful third party for any warranty issues.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 24, 2017;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Waste of Time & Money;;Send It;;;While under warranty, the side connection to the head broke in half, with half of the thread lodged inside the hole, rending the opening useles (see photo). This opening is used to mount a remote monitor. When the head was taken to CRIS (authorized Manfrotto repair center), Manfrotto would NOT cover this item under warranty, stating that the head was not purchased from an authorized Manfrotto dealer. This head was ordered from Amazon. Functionally, the head pans and tilts smoothly, and has a very solid feel. Lack of Manfrotto warranty after purchase from the Amazon seller makes this an unsatisfactory purchase.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 17, 2016;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Buyer beware. No warranty if seller is not authorized Manfrotto dealer.;;ppmd;;;Ordered the head despite recent reviews of the cracking noises being heard and recent run of defective heads. I received my Amazon package which already looked like a return, box looked to had already been opened and the head and handle looked to of been used already with a few scratches... Still decided to test out the head for the any issues and I instantly hear the loud cracking noises while adjusting the fluid drag. Apparently manfrotto had these heads made in China compared to their history of being made in Italy...;;Reviewed in the United States on February 22, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Defective heads with cracking noises;;kasted;;;EDIT: Called the number the so-called Manfrotto left in a comment, and got an answering machine... EDIT: REPEATED proof that their response is nothing but a lie. No contact, no nothing. They have now been warned that their last chance is approaching, and if they don't do the right thing, this will begin to become a thorn in their side, and I don't mean a small one. This thing isn't fit for purpose. 1: The pan axis has a dead zone; it's loose right on pickup. That means you're going to get a slight jerk every time you try to move it. 2: The tilt axis really, really wants to zero at an angle. 3: Adjusting either tension knob does result in a variance in tension, but also either feels like inconsistent sandpaper or sounds like peeling packing tape off of bubble wrap. 4: It's fine to use metal injection molding for parts, but please machine the mating surfaces... Manfrotto didn't. 5: I obviously can't determine the alloy, because I'm going to return the head, but it seems substandard; like cheap Chinese "aircraft aluminum" pot metal with a five second anodization treatment. It reminds me of a "tuner" Autozone-quality oil filler cap. Honestly, I can get better results with a normal stills head loosened up for panning. Don't buy this thing until they improve quality. It's made in China, and it's not made well at all. I could go on, but man... Come on, Manfrotto. I know what the problem is: Photographers and videographers need to get their heads out of the sand and demand better. This is on the consumer for not holding manufacturers to a higher standard. I guess I'm looking for another brand...;;Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Feels like something from Walmart or some cheap Autozone tuner part.;;K.;;;I am not a professional cameraman. I purchased this so I could make videos of my daughter playing field hockey - her coach said it would be useful for all sorts of things. I had the basic amazon tripod which worked perfectly for me for stills. But it was terrible for videography - especially when panning. No amount of Wd40 could get that tripod to pan smoothly so I have some pretty unwatchable videos. So I started searching for a good head that could pan smoothly. Started learning a LOT of things about tripods. Eventually settled on this head. its probably overkill for my current needs but I hate to buy something and find out in a few months that I have outgrown the product and now need the next level product. With my approach I have room to grow and I usually end up with really good products. This feels like one of those products. It is one solid piece of machinery - it is about 3.5 lbs. The panning and tilting is really smooth. It is easy to use - even for a non-pro like me. I checked out some product reviews and so far cant find any issues that others described (with regards to smooth panning at least drag settings etc.). Ive included a picture of my little rig. It is a D610 with a Nikon 80-200 2.8f. I will be interchanging the D610 for a Nex5 from time to time. I tired this head on a Ranger 57" ultra Compact all aluminum tripod and the tripod was dwarfed by it. I ended up getting a Manfrotto 190XDB and that is what you see in the pic. Would not recommend it for use with your average portable tripod. It comes in a massive box - you wonder what you are getting yourself into. :-);;Reviewed in the United States on May 26, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;An awesome upgrade for biggners taking the next step into serious videography;;AC BC DC

Shipping

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Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Send It - Reviewed in the United States on August 24, 2017
Waste of Time & Money
They're cutting corners to save cost. Very soft aluminum used for the 3/8" threads attaching the head. Stripped out quickly. Older model used a threaded brass insert & lasted me over a decade. Mailed in for warranty repair. Two months later was told it was not covered because it was a "grey market" product (I purchased it here from an Amazon seller & paid full price). Decided to cut my losses and keep it for parts. Except they never returned it to me. It's now been another two months. Manfrotto has sub'ed out their customer service too. You'll deal exclusively with an unhelpful third party for any warranty issues.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By ppmd - Reviewed in the United States on March 17, 2016
Buyer beware. No warranty if seller is not authorized Manfrotto dealer.
While under warranty, the side connection to the head broke in half, with half of the thread lodged inside the hole, rending the opening useles (see photo). This opening is used to mount a remote monitor. When the head was taken to CRIS (authorized Manfrotto repair center), Manfrotto would NOT cover this item under warranty, stating that the head was not purchased from an authorized Manfrotto dealer. This head was ordered from Amazon. Functionally, the head pans and tilts smoothly, and has a very solid feel. Lack of Manfrotto warranty after purchase from the Amazon seller makes this an unsatisfactory purchase.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By kasted - Reviewed in the United States on February 22, 2018
Defective heads with cracking noises
Ordered the head despite recent reviews of the cracking noises being heard and recent run of defective heads. I received my Amazon package which already looked like a return, box looked to had already been opened and the head and handle looked to of been used already with a few scratches... Still decided to test out the head for the any issues and I instantly hear the loud cracking noises while adjusting the fluid drag. Apparently manfrotto had these heads made in China compared to their history of being made in Italy...

1.0 out of 5 stars
By K. - Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2019
Feels like something from Walmart or some cheap Autozone tuner part.
EDIT: Called the number the so-called Manfrotto left in a comment, and got an answering machine... EDIT: REPEATED proof that their response is nothing but a lie. No contact, no nothing. They have now been warned that their last chance is approaching, and if they don't do the right thing, this will begin to become a thorn in their side, and I don't mean a small one. This thing isn't fit for purpose. 1: The pan axis has a dead zone; it's loose right on pickup. That means you're going to get a slight jerk every time you try to move it. 2: The tilt axis really, really wants to zero at an angle. 3: Adjusting either tension knob does result in a variance in tension, but also either feels like inconsistent sandpaper or sounds like peeling packing tape off of bubble wrap. 4: It's fine to use metal injection molding for parts, but please machine the mating surfaces... Manfrotto didn't. 5: I obviously can't determine the alloy, because I'm going to return the head, but it seems substandard; like cheap Chinese "aircraft aluminum" pot metal with a five second anodization treatment. It reminds me of a "tuner" Autozone-quality oil filler cap. Honestly, I can get better results with a normal stills head loosened up for panning. Don't buy this thing until they improve quality. It's made in China, and it's not made well at all. I could go on, but man... Come on, Manfrotto. I know what the problem is: Photographers and videographers need to get their heads out of the sand and demand better. This is on the consumer for not holding manufacturers to a higher standard. I guess I'm looking for another brand...

5.0 out of 5 stars
By AC BC DC - Reviewed in the United States on May 26, 2018
An awesome upgrade for biggners taking the next step into serious videography
I am not a professional cameraman. I purchased this so I could make videos of my daughter playing field hockey - her coach said it would be useful for all sorts of things. I had the basic amazon tripod which worked perfectly for me for stills. But it was terrible for videography - especially when panning. No amount of Wd40 could get that tripod to pan smoothly so I have some pretty unwatchable videos. So I started searching for a good head that could pan smoothly. Started learning a LOT of things about tripods. Eventually settled on this head. its probably overkill for my current needs but I hate to buy something and find out in a few months that I have outgrown the product and now need the next level product. With my approach I have room to grow and I usually end up with really good products. This feels like one of those products. It is one solid piece of machinery - it is about 3.5 lbs. The panning and tilting is really smooth. It is easy to use - even for a non-pro like me. I checked out some product reviews and so far cant find any issues that others described (with regards to smooth panning at least drag settings etc.). Ive included a picture of my little rig. It is a D610 with a Nikon 80-200 2.8f. I will be interchanging the D610 for a Nex5 from time to time. I tired this head on a Ranger 57" ultra Compact all aluminum tripod and the tripod was dwarfed by it. I ended up getting a Manfrotto 190XDB and that is what you see in the pic. Would not recommend it for use with your average portable tripod. It comes in a massive box - you wonder what you are getting yourself into. :-)

Recent Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Send It - Reviewed in the United States on August 24, 2017
Waste of Time & Money
They're cutting corners to save cost. Very soft aluminum used for the 3/8" threads attaching the head. Stripped out quickly. Older model used a threaded brass insert & lasted me over a decade. Mailed in for warranty repair. Two months later was told it was not covered because it was a "grey market" product (I purchased it here from an Amazon seller & paid full price). Decided to cut my losses and keep it for parts. Except they never returned it to me. It's now been another two months. Manfrotto has sub'ed out their customer service too. You'll deal exclusively with an unhelpful third party for any warranty issues.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By ppmd - Reviewed in the United States on March 17, 2016
Buyer beware. No warranty if seller is not authorized Manfrotto dealer.
While under warranty, the side connection to the head broke in half, with half of the thread lodged inside the hole, rending the opening useles (see photo). This opening is used to mount a remote monitor. When the head was taken to CRIS (authorized Manfrotto repair center), Manfrotto would NOT cover this item under warranty, stating that the head was not purchased from an authorized Manfrotto dealer. This head was ordered from Amazon. Functionally, the head pans and tilts smoothly, and has a very solid feel. Lack of Manfrotto warranty after purchase from the Amazon seller makes this an unsatisfactory purchase.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By kasted - Reviewed in the United States on February 22, 2018
Defective heads with cracking noises
Ordered the head despite recent reviews of the cracking noises being heard and recent run of defective heads. I received my Amazon package which already looked like a return, box looked to had already been opened and the head and handle looked to of been used already with a few scratches... Still decided to test out the head for the any issues and I instantly hear the loud cracking noises while adjusting the fluid drag. Apparently manfrotto had these heads made in China compared to their history of being made in Italy...

1.0 out of 5 stars
By K. - Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2019
Feels like something from Walmart or some cheap Autozone tuner part.
EDIT: Called the number the so-called Manfrotto left in a comment, and got an answering machine... EDIT: REPEATED proof that their response is nothing but a lie. No contact, no nothing. They have now been warned that their last chance is approaching, and if they don't do the right thing, this will begin to become a thorn in their side, and I don't mean a small one. This thing isn't fit for purpose. 1: The pan axis has a dead zone; it's loose right on pickup. That means you're going to get a slight jerk every time you try to move it. 2: The tilt axis really, really wants to zero at an angle. 3: Adjusting either tension knob does result in a variance in tension, but also either feels like inconsistent sandpaper or sounds like peeling packing tape off of bubble wrap. 4: It's fine to use metal injection molding for parts, but please machine the mating surfaces... Manfrotto didn't. 5: I obviously can't determine the alloy, because I'm going to return the head, but it seems substandard; like cheap Chinese "aircraft aluminum" pot metal with a five second anodization treatment. It reminds me of a "tuner" Autozone-quality oil filler cap. Honestly, I can get better results with a normal stills head loosened up for panning. Don't buy this thing until they improve quality. It's made in China, and it's not made well at all. I could go on, but man... Come on, Manfrotto. I know what the problem is: Photographers and videographers need to get their heads out of the sand and demand better. This is on the consumer for not holding manufacturers to a higher standard. I guess I'm looking for another brand...

5.0 out of 5 stars
By AC BC DC - Reviewed in the United States on May 26, 2018
An awesome upgrade for biggners taking the next step into serious videography
I am not a professional cameraman. I purchased this so I could make videos of my daughter playing field hockey - her coach said it would be useful for all sorts of things. I had the basic amazon tripod which worked perfectly for me for stills. But it was terrible for videography - especially when panning. No amount of Wd40 could get that tripod to pan smoothly so I have some pretty unwatchable videos. So I started searching for a good head that could pan smoothly. Started learning a LOT of things about tripods. Eventually settled on this head. its probably overkill for my current needs but I hate to buy something and find out in a few months that I have outgrown the product and now need the next level product. With my approach I have room to grow and I usually end up with really good products. This feels like one of those products. It is one solid piece of machinery - it is about 3.5 lbs. The panning and tilting is really smooth. It is easy to use - even for a non-pro like me. I checked out some product reviews and so far cant find any issues that others described (with regards to smooth panning at least drag settings etc.). Ive included a picture of my little rig. It is a D610 with a Nikon 80-200 2.8f. I will be interchanging the D610 for a Nex5 from time to time. I tired this head on a Ranger 57" ultra Compact all aluminum tripod and the tripod was dwarfed by it. I ended up getting a Manfrotto 190XDB and that is what you see in the pic. Would not recommend it for use with your average portable tripod. It comes in a massive box - you wonder what you are getting yourself into. :-)