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The Manfrotto tripods supplied for us to review were accompanied by two tripod heads, each of which can be used on a wide range of Manfrotto tripods. Although made from different materials, both have a black finish that matches most Manfrotto tripods. It adds 12 cm to the height of the basic tripod and grams to overall weight. As supplied, the RC2 requires some assembly before it can be used. A smaller fitted handgrip controls degree panning movement.
Large, handles give a secure and positive grip, while spring-loading provides compensation for heavier, off-centre loads. A standard quick release plate fits snugly in the low-profile receiver, where it is locked into place with a rotating lever.
A safety catch must be released before this lever can be moved. When the camera is attached or removed, two hands are required, one to hold the camera while the other releases the safety catch and swings the locking lever. The plate remains attached to the camera via the tripod mounting screw. In Use The RC2 provides the traditional directional controls that photographers require with easy controllability. Although designed to be operated with both hands, the controls are comfortable to use and lock positively and securely into place.
Overall balance is excellent.
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