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Manfrotto ™
A Vitec Group brand

Mini Ball Head with RC2 Rapid Connect System

Part # 484RC2

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This versatile head is fitted with a quick release 200PL camera plate system with a secondary safety catch. The head is perfect for 35mm SLR cameras with medium lenses, and light medium format cameras. Head to tripod attachment is 3/8' female.

SPECIFICATIONS

attaches by.
1/4'' screw attachment type
attachment
3/8" female thread attachment type
Color
black color
independent pan lock
no
lateral tilt
-90° / +90° tilt range
material
aluminum
panoramic rotation
360 °
plate type
200PL-14
quick release
yes
secondary safety system
yes
safety payload
4 kg
weight
0.32 kg
working height
9.5

PRODUCT FEATURES

q-r camera plate 200pl

The compact, rectangular 200PL quick release plate system fits neatly under small-bodied still cameras up to SLR (even with tele lenses) or small medium format, or under small video cameras or spotting scopes. Its rubber pad gives a good grip without damaging the camera, and its angled sides ensure that it also fits perfectly and tightly into a wide range of Manfrotto heads

repositionable ratchet lever

A repositionable ratchet means that the locking lever's action will never be blocked either open or closed by interference with the camera body, tripod shoulder, simply pull the lever outwards and it's free to be positioned more comfortably without affecting the locking mehanism. Then you can continue tightening or loosening the knob.

secondary security lock

This head features a secondary security lock so you can't accidentally release the plate (and camera) without meaning to. The lock stops the quick release lever from opening fully

single lock

A convenient single locking mechanism blocks or frees movement on all axes for greater speed of use

sturdy all-metal construction

Sturdy all-metal construction

double 90° groove

The double 90° groove (one on each side of the head) means switching from landscape to portrait is convenient however you're set up

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