Manfrotto Prima Photo PHKP001


Get the perfect shot every time with the Manfrotto Prima Photo PHKP001 tripod, the ultimate tool for professional photographers.

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Manfrotto Prima Photo PHKP001tripod is one of the best tripods that are available in the market. It is a lightweight and compact tripod that is ideal for photographers who are always on the move. The tripod is designed to handle heavy camera equipment and is strong enough to support a maximum weight of 4 kg.

The tripod has a 3-section aluminum tripod with twist locks, making it easy to set up and adjust. The legs can be adjusted at three angles, which makes it possible to use it on uneven terrain. The center column can be reversed, enabling the user to place the camera at ground level. This feature is particularly helpful when taking low-angle shots.

The tripod also comes with a ball head that can hold the camera in different positions. The ball head has a quick-release plate that makes it easy to attach and detach the camera from the tripod. The ball head can be locked into place, which provides stability and prevents the camera from moving when taking shots.

Another feature that makes the Manfrotto Prima Photo PHKP001 tripod stand out is the bubble level. This feature makes it easy for photographers to ensure that the camera is level, which is essential when taking shots that require precision.

The tripod also comes with a padded carrying bag, which makes it easy to transport. The bag has a shoulder strap and a handle, making it easy to carry the tripod around.

In conclusion, the Manfrotto Prima Photo PHKP001 tripod is an excellent investment for photographers, whether you are an amateur or a professional. The tripod is lightweight, portable, and easy to use. Its features make it possible to take high-quality shots, even in challenging terrain. The tripod is also durable and can withstand regular use, making it a good long-term investment for photographers.

Aluminium Tripod, Maximum Height 146 cm

Manfrotto Prima Photo PHKP001 properties

Product name Prima Photo PHKP001
Type of Tripod Tripod
Center Column Features Geard
Leg Sections 3 Sections
Tripod Head Features Quick Release
Suitable Usage Photo
Material Aluminium
Maximum Height 146.0 cm
Load Capacity 3.0 kg
Weight 1.0 kg

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Type of Tripod

Center Column Features

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1 review for Manfrotto Prima Photo PHKP001

  1. Madelyn O’donnell

    As we bid farewell to another tennis season, I can’t help but feel nostalgic about the players who have graced the courts and made their mark on the sport. One such player is Britain’s Emma Raducanu, who unfortunately had to withdraw from this week’s Miami Open due to a lower back injury.
    Now, let me take you back in time when photography was not just a hobby but an art form. In those days, photographers used tripods as their primary tool to capture perfect shots without any blur or shake. The Manfrotto Prima Photo PHKP001 is one such product that takes us back to the golden era of photography with its unique features and design.
    The Manfrotto Prima Photo PHKP001 stands out from other tripods due to its maximum height, which can reach up to 63 inches. This feature allows photographers to capture stunning shots from different angles without having to bend or crouch down. The tripod’s unique design also ensures stability and precision even at high elevations, making it perfect for capturing landscapes, architecture, or any other subject that requires a bird’s-eye view.
    Another notable feature of the Manfrotto Prima Photo PHKP001 is its ability to support heavy cameras and equipment without compromising on stability or durability. The tripod can bear up to 8.8 pounds, which means even professional photographers can rely on it for their shoots. Additionally, the tripod’s adjustable legs allow users to level out uneven surfaces, ensuring that every shot is perfectly framed and composed.
    The Manfrotto Prima Photo PHKP001 also comes with a quick-release plate, making it easy for photographers to attach their cameras and remove them when needed. This feature saves time and effort during shoots, allowing photographers to focus on capturing the perfect shot rather than fumbling with equipment.
    In conclusion, while we may be disappointed that Emma Raducanu had to withdraw from this week’s Miami Open due to her lower back injury, there are still plenty of reasons for us to be excited about photography and its tools like the Manfrotto Prima Photo PHKP001. This tripod is a testament to the evolution of photographic equipment and its ability to capture stunning images that will stand the test of time.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I properly attach my camera to the Manfrotto Prima Photo PHKP001 tripod?

To attach your camera to the Manfrotto Prima Photo PHKP001 tripod, follow these steps:

1. Make sure that the head on your camera is compatible with the 200PL-14 quick release plate that comes with the tripod. If it's not compatible, you can purchase an adapter plate separately. Attach the quick release plate to your camera by sliding it into the base of the plate clamp on the bottom of the camera. Make sure that the plate is securely fastened and the camera is centered on the plate. Loosen the lever lock on the tripod head by pressing down on the red button and sliding the lever to the side. This will release the quick release plate from the head. Insert the quick release plate into the head of the tripod, making sure that it is centered and level. Tighten the lever lock by sliding the lever back into place until it clicks into position. Your camera is now securely attached to the tripod. To remove your camera from the tripod, reverse these steps. Loosen the lever lock on the head, lift the quick release plate out of the head, and slide it off your camera's plate clamp. Always make sure that your camera is properly balanced on the quick release plate before attaching it to the tripod to prevent any damage or discomfort during use.

"How do I properly attach my camera to the Manfrotto Prima Photo PHKP001 tripod for stable and secure shooting?"

Start by making sure that your camera is compatible with the Manfrotto 1/4"-20 threaded mounting plate that comes with the PHKP001 tripod. If your camera has a different type of mounting thread, you may need to purchase an additional adapter plate. Attach the included plate to the bottom of your camera by screwing it onto the tripod socket. Make sure the plate is securely fastened and level. Locate the quick-release plate clamp on the top of the PHKP001 tripod's center column. Open the clamp by pressing down on the lever. Align the quick release plate with the mounting plate on your camera, making sure they are both level and centered. Lower the center column until it reaches the desired shooting position, or extend one of the legs to get closer to the ground for low-angle shots. Tighten the leg locks by rotating them clockwise until they are snug but not overly tight. This will ensure that your camera is secure and won't move during shooting. Before taking your shot, check the level on your camera to ensure it's properly aligned. If necessary, you can make small adjustments to the position of the legs or center column to achieve a level horizon. Once you're satisfied with your setup, press down on the lever to securely lock the quick release plate in place.

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