Manfrotto has released a new 3-way pan/tilt head, the Manfrotto MHXPRO-3W. It features two handles that can be extended for adjustments and then retracted when you are all set. Additionally, it has two separate knobs to control the friction of the front/back and side tilt.
The head also features three bubble levels and a quick release plate. The Manfrotto MHXPRO-3W retails for $139.99. Check it out here at B&H Photo.
Manfrotto’s new KLYP is the first iPhone accessory from the pro photo accessory company. The KLYP is a case for the iPhone built around making it a more functional photo and video tool.
It features a cold shoe for attaching accessories such as LED lights and a 1/4-20 mount for securing the iPhone to tripod heads.
Manfrotto just announced pricing for the KLYP packages, starting at $29.99.
More details on Manfrotto’s website
Manfrotto recently introduced a new line of pro photo apparel for women. The Lino Apparel Collection includes four items that are specially designed for the female shape: Pro Field Jacket, Pro Photo Vest, Pro Soft Shell Jacket and Pro Air Jacket. Also included in the new line is a unisex wind and waterproof poncho.
Check availability at B&H Photo.
Specs and pricing below.
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