Manfrotto 222 grip action Ball head
Have anyone used the Manfrotto 222 grip action Ball head?
What do you think about it?
More info can be found on: http://www.manfrotto.com/products/metric/botfot3.html?menu=botfot2.html&menu1=botfot2.html§ionid=2&subsectionid=3&categoryid=8&subcategoryid=34&man_code=222NAT&company=MNO&doc_from=gerarchia&contatore=primo
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#1. "RE: Manfrotto 222 grip action Ball head" | In response to Reply # 0jrp Charter MemberMon 26-Nov-01 11:16 AM
Quite a few Nikonians seem to be very happy with the Manfrotto 222 (Bogen 3265)Grip Action Ballhead
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#2. "RE: Manfrotto 222 grip action Ball head" | In response to Reply # 1straightshot Basic MemberThu 03-Jan-02 12:28 PM
If this 222 is the same grip-action that is sold in the US, then I have to chip in a bit.
A wedding photographer I assist with loves it- which is precisely why I bring my own. This is a head you either love or hate. My boss loves the quick set-up, I hate the unwary distance between the ball and the camera stage- notice the nicer heads have the camera stage closer to the pivot axis of the ball- this make minute changes easier. I do some close-ups at weddings and the grip action will have me going batty quick- I use the ProBall 308RC with a quick release, FWIW.
#3. "RE: Manfrotto 222 grip action Ball head" | In response to Reply # 2MoX Basic MemberSun 06-Jan-02 07:49 PM
I just purchased the Manfrotto 222 head, and use it on my monopod. It is very quick and easy to use. Well worth the money.