Manfrotto has launched Befree Live, the smallest video tripod and fluid head in its product line.
Manfrotto said the Befree Live meets all the needs of emerging video content creators. Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, the Befree Live enables videographers to always be prepared to capture video footage with a focus on ease of use and portability with a minimalist design.
Among its distinguishing features, the Beefree Live has excellent fluidity on pan and moves along with precise leveling. The pan bar is removable and foldable for easy portability. The tripod reliably supports a payload of 8.8 pounds, extends to a height of 59.4 inches and folds down to 16.5 inches.
It weighs only 3.9 pounds and also features a sliding plate for use with a wide array of camcorders and DSLRs. It has larger feet and a special hook for extra stability, regardless of where it is set up.
The Befree Live line also includes the Befree Live Fluid video head, the smallest fluid video head version available on the market. It provides reliable fluidity on pan and tilt, has a removable and foldable pan bar on a very compact head and is compatible with the existing Befree family, 290 Light and all 40mm diameter tripods.
The Befree Live Aluminum 4 Section Kit with Befree Fluid Head is priced at $239.99.
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