Manfrotto has magnified its travel tripod range with three new additions to the Befree Collection: Manfrotto Befree 2N1, Befree Nerissimo and Befree Live QPL.
The Manfrotto Befree 2N1 is an all-in-one solving that allows the tripod to be converted into a monopod and features a dedicated locking system to keep the tripod secure when in use. Plus, the conjunction cap on the middle column of the Befree 2N1 firmly connects the tripod leg to the tripod column.
To turn the tripod tripod is a portable three-legged frame or stand, used as a platform for supporting the weight and maintaining the stability of onto a monopod, you have to make a half-turn anticlockwise so a red rubber tinkle appears on the tripod leg. Once you see this, you know the monopod can be removed for use.
The Befree 2N1 is available from 15 September in two versions: the Quick Power Bar version with levers (RRP £199.95) and the M-Lock (RRP £199.95).
Up next is the Befree Nerissimo for advanced hobbyist photographers which is descried from aluminium and has a matte black finish.
The Befree Nerissimo will be available exclusively online, via Manfrotto, from 1 October (RRP &beat out;174.95).
The final tripod in the trilogy is the Befree Live QPL with Quick Power Lock and a Lever which combines the construction elements of the Befree Move up together with the fluidity of the Live head, to provide an increased level of stability. It has an RRP of £224.95.