Manfrotto SYMPLA Adjustable Handles MVA518W are where the ergonomics and positioning flexibility of SYMPLA really come into play: mounted on ball joints, they can quickly be set wider, closer, vertically, horizontally or at any intermediate angle, rotated 360°, even upside-down – in short, in whatever position you find most stable and most comfortable. These Manfrotto tripod accessories are fitted on a Universal Mount by two flyout arms that can be angled independently to bring the handles closer together or set them farther apart. The Manfrotto Bogen SYMPLA Ball Joint Adjustable Handles pivot on ball joints for easier adjustment; a twist of the single locking dial on each handle loosens or blocks all movement, allowing the tripod accessory to be rotated freely and quickly, then set at the exact position and angle required. The handles can be set in customary vertical or near-vertical positions, but also horizontally like motorbike handlebars. When a SYMPLA rig is mounted on a video head, the Manfrotto-Bogen SYMPLA Free Rotating Rig Handles can be used as double pan bars.
ManfrottoBogen SYMPLA Adjustable Camera Rig Handles can be inverted and used upside down if it is more comfortable and convenient for the particular rig set-up. The PVC-free handles are supplied with two metal spacers that can be fitted between the handle and ball joint to lengthen the arms. The same spacers also adapt the handles for use with Manfrotto’s clamp and joystick remote control units: use a single spacer at the top of both arms if using the Clamp-On HDSLR Remote Control; if using the Deluxe HDSLR Remote Control in place of one of the Adjustable Handles, both spacers should be fitted at the top of remaining handle to make it the same length. To give you improved control over your SYMPLA camera rig, choose the Manfrotto SYMPLA PVC-Free Adjustable Handles.