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Giotto's MH 5001

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Giotto's MH 5001 - Tripod head

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      26.02.2009 01:58

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      cheap and fairly useless unless you're using it for a slr/very light dslr with a small to medium lens. within 1 month paint falling off and fluid leaking from it, but worst of all with a camera/lens weighing only 4 kilos the action off the shutter causes camera shake enough to blur the picture(although its rated at 6 kilos)

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    This series is equipped with a specially designed fluid head to support the best in camera equipment. Cast and machined from robust aluminum alloy, and coated in hammer-finish epoxy, the head of the MH5000 is stove enameled at 320 degrees centigrade and protected with lacquer. Its robust handles have integral rubber control surfaces. Hydraulic pressure allows the photographer precise control over the image, allowing time to enjoy the scene being captured. The quick pan head incorporates a special patented double safety lock and a sprung location pin, which allows the equipment to be simply and quickly loaded and unloaded.