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Save $400 on the Manfrotto Nitrotech N12 & 545B Dual-Leg Tripod System

Save $400 on the Manfrotto Nitrotech N12 & 545B Dual-Leg Tripod System
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For landscape photographers, there's truly nothing more important than knowing you have a sturdy set of legs to rest your camera on. When wind, rain, sleet, or snow is battering you from each direction, the last thing you want to worry about is your tripod buckling under the pressure and sending your beloved camera hurtling to the ground. Luckily, you can now pick up the Manfrotto Nitrotech N12 & 545B Dual-Leg Tripod System with Half Ball Adapter & Bag for a fantastic $400 discount. 

With a 55-pound load capacity, aluminum legs and a mid-level spreader, this Manfrotto tripod is perfect for capturing long shutter speed shots without any risk of camera shake. Weighing just 8 pounds, the tripod legs range from 11 to 60" with the included mid-level spreader. A specially designed half ball adapter enables mounting this 75mm flat base head onto the legs with 100mm bowl. 

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Meanwhile, the Nitrotech N12 video head features a continuously variable counterbalance range from 8.8 to 26.4 pounds. The Nitrotech N12 can be precisely adjusted to the weight of your camera rig by using the knob on the left side of the head. Designed to be used with a variety of video or DSLR camera rigs, the Nitrotech N12 includes several pro-style features to enable smooth panning and tilting.

The Manfrotto Nitrotech N12 and 545B Dual-Leg Tripod System is the perfect combination to help you capture fantastic landscape photography. Pick up your kit for a $400 discount today!

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