Manfrotto 058B Black Tripod Legs (Height 17.4-85.5", Maximum Load 26.50 lbs) (#058B)

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List Price: $500.00

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About Manfrotto 058B

A favorite professional tripod for medium format cameras up to 5 X 4", the 3251 is one of the most exciting tripods in the whole Manfrotto line.

Features patented automatic simultaneous or individual leg release system that permits the legs to be extended, the tripod levelled (spirit level included) and locked in seconds without the need for individual leg adjustment. Rubber feet with retractable spiked feet are standard.

This tripod is capable of extremely low camera position with the platform at only 17", yet has the ability to go up and stand over 7 feet!

Manfrotto 058B Specifications

Max Height w/extended column
85.5 inches
Max Height w/closed column
75.2 inches
Minimum Height
17.4 inches
Closed Length
37.1 inches
Leg Sections
Max Load Capacity
26.5 lbs
13.6 lbs
Head Mount: 3/8" threaded mount
Levelling Bubble: Yes
Column Type: Geared
Leg Diameter: 30, 25, 20 mm
Foot Type: Rubber feet w/ retractable steel spike
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Manfrotto 058B Reviews

Reviewed by 1 customers

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Fantastic tripod


from Jarrell, TX  -  Pro Photographer

I learned about this tripod by watching Sam Puc'. After breaking down and ordering one, I found that I'd made a great purchase. I would not recommend this for traveling, simply because it's so heavy and bulky. (Unless you have gear carriers you can check, I use a golf bag.) However I do use it for senior sessions, weddings, wildlife and other shoots where stability is necessary. It sets up faster than any other tripod I've seen and adjusts just as quickly. Bottom line, if you can heft it ... I say get it.


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Charles D  Is this a good choice for supporting a slider or even a boom?
SDESIGNS P  I've owned these sticks for two years, and I love them. I think they'd be very good for a slider since the legs can adjust to any terrain it is really easy to level. It's a very stable tripod. It's only downside is that it's a little heavy, but that's also part of its stability. It also goes very tall.
Shopper  What does it weigh?
SDESIGNS P  I've had these sticks for over a year, and I love them. They are heavy--I think it's something like 15 pounds--but absolutely worth the weight for the function they provide. The ability to change height instantly is invaluable. I use in my portrait and commercial work, both on location and in the studio. I've even taken them for landscape work, and even though it's heavy, it gets used more because it's easy to use.
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