Manfrotto 3039 Super Pro Tripod Head Tripod Heads and Accessories

3039 Super Pro Tripod Head

User Reviews (2)

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RogM   Expert [Feb 06, 2005]
Strength:

Well-made, protractors on all 3 axes, a bubble level and two vial levels should take care of panoram needs. Large soft rubber handles keep you from getting poked in the eye, and I suppose that's the intention.

Weakness:

Quite heavy, but if you want steady, that's the price you pay.

The Bogen 3039 is a lot bigger and heavier than the catalog photos indicate, but it's a sweeheart of a head if you prefer a 3-axis type. Very smooth in operation, and best with moderately heavy setups where its weight and stability can be appreciated. Takes only Bogen hex plates, but a hex-to-Arca adapter is available. Good for both studio & outdoor needs.

Customer Service

None required.

Similar Products Used: Bogen 4047, 468RC & 308RC (balls), Gitzo G1576, Wimberley, others
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Don Rait   Casual [May 22, 2000]
Model Reviewed: 3039 Super Pro Tripod Head
Strength:

A great head with smooth movement and the added bubble is also a great thing to have.

Weakness:

A bit heavy but I'm not complaining.

Great overall. If you need a good Tripod head at a little price this is it.

Similar Products Used: None
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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