Latest in the M-Y range fit for all serious photographers

With the highest payload of the M-Y range, the new carbon tripod is compatible for any user. Manfrotto, who successfully launched the M-Y last year, has designed a compact lightweight support for all DSLR’s, without reducing the performance. The new 3.5Kg design comes with an added feature of the Expander, a mechanical fixing on the first leg section allowing the M-Y carbon to be more stable. The expanding system also tightens the leg to the collar, ensuring a long lasting performance. Only weighing 1Kg and having a compact size of 42.5cm, the latest design launched by Manfrotto is ideal for any photographer. The M-Y Carbon tripod will be available from September, costing £169.95. For more information visit the Manfrotto website.

  • Prince

    DSLR makers are of cmaaproble quality for pictures, that’s why only a few companies actually make DSLR cameras. Nikon, Olympus, Canon, Leica, Fuji, Pentax are all on par with each others camera quality and image quality. I have an Olympus E-510 and my images are as good as any other 10MP DSLR out there. You have the D40, why are you looking to upgrade? That camera is a good camera and a solid choice. You could also consider the D60. The D60 sits betwen the D40 and D80. It could be a good choice for you. When you bought your D40, you didn’t just buy another camera, you started on a system. By upgrading in the Nikon family, all of your lenses and accessories would work with the new camweras. If you do choose another brand, you are basically starting over.References :