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Manfrotto 501HDV Instructions

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REMOVE THE CAMCORDER FROM THE HEAD
Whenever the camcorder needs to be removed from the head, hold the
camera securely in one hand while operating locking lever "M" and safety
button "N" with the other hand.
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USE
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To use the head correctly, level the head on the tripod (you can use both tripods
with flat attachment or levelling bowl) using the spirit level "J" (fig. 9)
The head features 360° pan and vertical tilt (+90°/-60°) which are controlled
using the pan bar "A"
- The pan movement can be locked using the knob "V" and it has an adjustable
additional friction control: screwing the knob "X" the friction increases.
- The tilt movement can be locked using the knob "U" and it has an adjustable
additional friction control: screwing the knob "T" the friction increases.
- The head is provided with a spring loaded counter balance system "B"
(ON/OFF) to help to support the camera weight.
The head can be used with or without counter balance system.
Note: The position of the locking knobs "M" (fig. 7) and "V" (fig.9) can be
modified by unscrewing the screw at the edge of the knob, with a 2,5mm tool
(not supplied), extracting the knob and reinserting it rotated 1/6 of turn in a
more comfortable position.
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Cod. 501,231 - 09/06
Copyright © 2006 Manfrotto Bassano Italy
INSTRUCTIONS
501HDV
11,5 cm
1,6 kg
6 kg
4.5"
3,5 lbs 13,2 lbs

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  Summary of Contents for Manfrotto 501HDV

  • Page 1 (not supplied), extracting the knob and reinserting it rotated 1/6 of turn in a more comfortable position. INSTRUCTIONS 501HDV 11,5 cm 1,6 kg 6 kg Cod. 501,231 - 09/06 Copyright © 2006 Manfrotto Bassano Italy 4.5” 3,5 lbs 13,2 lbs...
  • Page 2: Set Up

    • Counter balance system for a load of approx. 2,5kg/5.5 lbs SET UP The 501HDV head is supplied with the telescopic pan bar “A” dismantled. It can be mounted to the either side of the head by unscrewing knob “D” and screwing it with the casting “E”...