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|Load Capacity||44 lbs (20 kg)|
|Quick Release||Yes, Arca-Swiss Style (PU-60)|
|Tension Control||Dual independent manual drag and locking controls|
|Separate Panning Lock||Yes|
|Tripod Mount Thread Size||1/4"-20|
|Base Mount Thread Size||3/8"-16|
|Maximum Diameter||2.5" (64mm)|
|Weight||1 lb (0.5 kg)|
I bought this ball head along with a Benro FGP28c tripod, a 30-lb capacity gear. I have not fully used and tested it yet, but my first impression is very positive.I use it for my Canon 80D, mostly with the 18-135mm kit lens (photo and video), but occasionally with my Sigma 150-600mm telephoto lens.
I am again impressed with Benro's level of quality and design. They have managed to deliver high quality products at what is a reasonable price. This is as good as any other brand and doesn't break the bank. Loads of bang for your buck.
I could not be more pleased with this B2 Benro ballhead, its very smooth and easy to use this is a wonderful addition to my Benro Carbon Fiber tripods a perfect match in my opinion. The balance is great while carrying it with my Canon camera attached with telephoto lens or any other lens I use.
I purchased this to work with a previously purchased Benro tripod. I am very impressed with Benro products (this is my second Benro ballhead), for the price, it's just as good as the more expensive brands.
Controls are easy to use. Solid feel. Holds my Nikon D750 sturdily. One nit. The Arca Swiss mount is a little fussy to use.
All very practicable
Very easy to use. The safety system for camera/lens removal
Bought this to go with the Benro Mach 3 Series TMA37AL aluminium tripod (also from Harrison Cameras), This is a quality product and it makes for a great combination with the TMA37AL. Excellent service as ever from Harrison Cameras.
So far, the ball head has been firm and solid. Friction control works well and the ball is locked in to place firmly. Quite versatile although maybe not the fastest of ball heads to work with. I'd buy it agin.
I only recently started using a DSLR two years ago and since then had been using a 3-way pan/tilt head that I had used on Large format 4x5 for years. I came to realize I needed a ball head, quick release and an L-bracket for those vertical setups.