Manfrotto 131DDB Double Head Support - Black (#131DDB)

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About Manfrotto 131DDB

Mounts on any column 3/8" thread, this side arm allows positioning of two heads on a 90° perpendicular angle and two heads on the side arm allowing the possible mounting of four heads.

For models: Mini Static, Mini Salon 190, Salon 230, Salon 280, Super Salon 230.

Also available in silver (shown).

The Manfrotto 131DDB is commonly used for Portraits and more.The Manfrotto 131DDB is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Pro photographer among others.

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Easy to use (3)
Heavy (3)
Best Uses:
Portraits (4),Studio (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Pro photographer (4)

Manfrotto 131DDB Reviews

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(based on 6 reviews)


of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review


Nicely Made/Sturdy

Well Made but lacks means to lock arm to tripod ( I use Gitzo so maybe there is a way if using Manfrotto?) so arm can free spin.


Most Liked Negative Review


Over all Good

Over all good but not a mobile gadget.

Reviewed by 6 customers


Solid Support


from Wisconsin  -  Pro Photographer

Use it a couple times a week in shooting tethered to a MacBook Pro. Solid (thus safe) build quality, but heavy. Good lock down capability.


Solid platform for tethered shooting


from Texas  -  Pro Photographer

Used with the Gitzo G065 monitor platform, the Manfrotto 131-DDB is the perfect setup for shooting tethered - in-studio or outdoors. Sturdy and well constructed, the 131-DDB sits atop a tripod by means of it's 3/8" female thread attachment. I connect my Markins ballhead on one side and then my laptop on the other (via the Gitzo G065), mount my camera, then tether it to my laptop. Reviewing my shots is that much easier on these old eyes as a result. All connection points are solid even though the turn wheels are plastic. Both horizontal and vertical adjustments can be made quickly and easily via turn handles. The 131-DDB is heavy but not unreasonably so. I have seen it be used as part of a larger setup for mounting a DSLR on a car. I would say this product is definitely worthwhile for shooters who shoot tethered be it in studio or outdoors.


Works outstanding for Tethering!


from Charlotte, NC  -  Semi-pro Photographer

As with just about anything made by Manfrotto it is SOLID! The double head support is ideal for any situation where you want to have the option to have up to 4 heads/items mounted on your tripod! I wouldn't suggest the use of this anywhere you are planning to move locations often as this in itself adds more time and complexity to your gear setup and teardown. I use it with a laptop stand for tethered wonders!


Versatility Stick


from Forest Falls, CA  -  Pro Photographer

I love this piece of gear, it gives me options. It took a little time to get used to the sliding placement of the mounts but it is so versatile. I use it shooting video and photos simultaneously or shooting wide angle and Close-ups at the same time. I use the end mounts for versatility when shooting macro photography. I use the double head with a tether table when I 'm shooting portraits and night shots. Rarely does one piece of gear get used in so many different set-ups.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Nicely Made/Sturdy


from Lancaster, PA  -  Pro Photographer

Well Made but lacks means to lock arm to tripod ( I use Gitzo so maybe there is a way if using Manfrotto?) so arm can free spin.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Over all Good


from Toledo, OH  -  Photo Enthusiast

Over all good but not a mobile gadget.


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Gary D  What is the difference between the DD and the DDB?
JOSH S  The B stands for black. The DD is silver.
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