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    Quote Originally Posted by ArcticFox View Post
    190XPROB weights 1.8kg; 190CX weights 1.3kg. It's up to you.

    Anyway there's 190CXPRO3. It's carbon fiber with horizontal positioning.
    I think now is not the weight that concern with...
    Is the price that I'm paying now....

    for the 190CXPRO3 on the Internet is selling at Sin$490....!! ai yo yo...

    Think... For that kind of price... I rather buy in SG or may be that kind of price I can get a GITZO tripod instead.....

    ............ think think.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubber_Duck View Post
    Aiyo... like that.. I really need to look for other tirpod now....
    Brother care to feedback or do a review on your tripod....?
    Sorry bro, don't really have a chance to test it. Plus i got no ball-head... hahah
    This is also my first tripod, so i don't know how to compare with others.
    But on its own, it seems abit flimsy to me leh... but maybe got no weight on it. But the legs and the centre column quite fun to play with.
    Some ppl recommended me this tripod as a good entry level one. Anyways i had vouchers to redeem, so wat the heck lor...

    Anyways, good luck with ur hunt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nykon View Post
    Sorry bro, don't really have a chance to test it. Plus i got no ball-head... hahah
    This is also my first tripod, so i don't know how to compare with others.
    But on its own, it seems abit flimsy to me leh... but maybe got no weight on it. But the legs and the centre column quite fun to play with.
    Some ppl recommended me this tripod as a good entry level one. Anyways i had vouchers to redeem, so wat the heck lor...

    Anyways, good luck with ur hunt!
    Sound like you really having fun with your new toy...
    Enjoy and hope to see more pic using your tripod...

    May be I shall just get a good tripod for one time..
    After that no need to worries to much and no need to upgrade later....
    Gizto??? Here I come......... Hee hee hee....

    Thanks... Start hunting now....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubber_Duck View Post
    Sound like you really having fun with your new toy...
    Enjoy and hope to see more pic using your tripod...

    May be I shall just get a good tripod for one time..
    After that no need to worries to much and no need to upgrade later....
    Gizto??? Here I come......... Hee hee hee....

    Thanks... Start hunting now....
    yah man... that's wat alot of ppl recommended too... to get a relatively good one and stick with it. I think for tripods, is the case where u can use the same one over a long period of time. So is a good investment if u get a good one.

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    Hi guys...

    Last weekend go hunting for tripod...
    Saw a 2nd hand shop selling many tripods.

    And I saw these 2 GITZO Tripod... Overall still look quite new....
    Any Advice???


    Model : G1940 without Head
    Selling Price : Yen 28800 (Sin $370)

    段数: 4 section
    全高:161cm Extended Max Height
    伸高:134cm Max Height w/o extend the column
    最低高:36cm Lowest Height
    格納高:51.5cm Folded Height
    重量:1,250g Weight
    最大耐荷重:4kg Max Weight able to support

    http://item.rakuten.co.jp/mapcamera/8024221492668/

    http://www.mapcamera.com/sho/search....92668&class=01

    Model :GT1530 Gitzo Mountaineer 6X tripod w?o Head
    Selling Price : Yen 49800 (Sin $627)

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS: ( in - mm )
    attachment: 1/4" and 3/8" screws attachment type
    center column: rapid
    closed length: 24.41 in
    leg angles: 24. 60
    leg sections: 3 number
    load capacity: 17.64 lbs
    material: carbon fiber 6X
    maximum height: 61.02 in
    maximum height (with center column down): 52.76 in
    minimum height: 13.39 in
    series: 1
    weight: 2.54 lbs
    attachment: 1/4" and 3/8" screws attachment type
    center column: rapid
    closed length: 62 cm
    leg angles: 24. 60
    leg sections: 3 number
    load capacity: 8 kg
    material: carbon fiber 6X
    maximum height: 155 cm
    maximum height (with center column down): 134 cm
    minimum height: 34 cm
    series: 1
    weight: 1.15 kg


    http://www.biccamera.com/bicbic/jsp/...6772a7beffbc29
    http://www.bogenimaging.jp/Jahia/sit...GI&market=MKT1
    Last edited by Rubber_Duck; 17th June 2008 at 12:05 PM.

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    Default Re: Manfrotto Tripod which one to choice?

    How much more does the CXPro3 over the 190XPROB ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkTan89 View Post
    How much more does the CXPro3 over the 190XPROB ?
    CXPRO3 will be Sin$490.(c/w 484 Ball Head)
    190XPROB will be Sin$230.(W/O Head)

    There is another model is 190MF3 will be Sin$460.(W/O Head)

    All the price is converted from Japanese YEN.

    Now thinking should I just get the 2nd hand GIZTO... anyone can advice?

    Model : G1940 without Head
    Selling Price : Yen 28800 (Sin $370)

    段数: 4 section
    全高:161cm Extended Max Height
    伸高:134cm Max Height w/o extend the column
    最低高:36cm Lowest Height
    格納高:51.5cm Folded Height
    重量:1,250g Weight
    最大耐荷重:4kg Max Weight able to support

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    Default Re: Manfrotto Tripod which one to choice?

    John 3:16 sells the 190XPROB for S$185 without head. S$490 is quite an okay price for a CF tripod with head

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    I have a HV30 canon video cam. Is this 190xb suitable for video cam? Intend to get the 701HDV manfrotto pan head.....
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    Default Re: Manfrotto Tripod which one to choice?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mankul View Post
    I have a HV30 canon video cam. Is this 190xb suitable for video cam? Intend to get the 701HDV manfrotto pan head.....
    Do you have to resurrect an old thread for this question? Personally I think it is overkill for a small consumer video camera, plus the weight might deter you from carrying it around, but I'm far from an expert in video equipment. I suggest starting another thread in a video forum to ask for recommendations for a video tripod.

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    Default Re: Manfrotto Tripod which one to choice?

    Quote Originally Posted by lennyl View Post
    Do you have to resurrect an old thread for this question? Personally I think it is overkill for a small consumer video camera, plus the weight might deter you from carrying it around, but I'm far from an expert in video equipment. I suggest starting another thread in a video forum to ask for recommendations for a video tripod.
    sorry about that... was looking at 190XB ...

    anyway I currently am using the slikU6600 but I dunno whether its posibble to attach a flat head to the centre column so that I can attach the 701HDV panhead.

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