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- QuestionWill this tripod hold a Nikon 3100, with a 200 mm lens steady? (11 Answers)Answers
Yes I use my manfrotto with my Nikon D5300 & Nikkor 70-300mm lens. While it does hold the weight quite well I would be sure to use a counterweight for extra center pull. I use my camera pack. And I always make sure I have a leg out in front of the camera in the direction I am shooting to compensate for the lens weight. Hope this answer helps.
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- Questioncan i do panoramic without it moving vertically ? (10 Answers)Answers
- QuestionSony Handycam? (5 Answers)
Hey guys I was wondering if anyone uses this tripod with a Sony Handycam or know if it will work with one? I was planning on purchasing one of these along with it. I heard that this tripod could not handle really large cameras or camcorders. Therefore, would a Sony Handycam prove too bulky or heavy for this tripod?Answers
- QuestionWill this tripod allow me to switch to portrait or does it only shoot horizontally? (5 Answers)
- QuestionWill it support Nikon D7000? (8 Answers)Answers
- QuestionWill this tripod support a Nikon d750 with 24-70mm lens? Does it collapse to fit a manfrotto backpack? (1 Answer)Answers
- QuestionWhat does manfrotto list as the maximum weight capacity? (3 Answers)Answers
- QuestionHow does it do windy conditions? (5 Answers)Answers
definately! It does have a hook, but legs are thin. Wt limit is 3.3 lbs I believe. Maybe with your camera and a wt from the center hook you would be fine. Depends on how heavy your camera is. I had a telephoto lens and would say no. But if yours is a point and shoot, it's perfect, easy to use, quick set up, good head. Locks are good too.
- QuestionIs the head easy to remove and replace? (10 Answers)Answers
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