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|Load Capacity||39.6 lbs (18 kg)|
|Ball Sphere Diameter||1.73" (4.4 cm)|
|Quick Release||Yes--Dovetail (Arca-Swiss-compatible)|
|Separate Panning Lock||Yes|
|Tripod Mount Thread Size||3/8"-16|
|Height||4.5" (11.5 cm)|
|Maximum Diameter||2.9" (7.4 cm)|
|Weight||1.3 lbs (0.6 kg)|
The build quality is good. Arc Swiss is a little better but not by much and for the price the Induro can't be beat. The only thing I do not like about this is the locking knob on the quick release plate is a little difficult to lock down.
I needed something bigger than my travel tripod for shooting birds with my Tamron 150-600 and D750. Panning is smooth and really like the Arca-type plate. Using on my new Indruo GIT304.
I use this ballhead for landscape shots,its well made and will carry anything I have to put on it,easy to use,the 3 knobs are easy to use.I've had some more expensive ballheads,but this is as good if not better than most of them.
Perfect camera support for a reasonable price. I have gradually evolved from super heavy Gitzo tripods and "Bogen" ball heads to carbon legs and lighter heads. Tried BHD3 first. Nice but not quite as smooth and unnecessary (for me) large size.
Smooth panning movement with D850/200-500 lens. Securely holds this camera lens. Allows quick change between lenses/body combinations.
Very happy. It replaces a Manfrotto head that slipped all the time. This is easier to use and is rock solid.
Absolutely spot on Ball Head. Does exactly what I hoped for, and is solid, smooth and robust.
Works great for me as a hobbyist. No complaints.
Great ball head. Very sturdy and easy to adjust!
I have owned and used this ballhead for a year now. It is very solid and sturdy. I mainly use it with a 5D Mk III and a EF 24-104 f/4L lens. It works great.