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|Load Capacity||55 lbs (25 kg)|
|Ball Sphere Diameter||2.12" (5.4 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||2.2 lbs (1 kg)|
First look at the ball head leaves me a good impression. I do have an Induro tripod, but somehow the set screw at the bottom of this ball head can't be used when I mounted the ball head to the tripod.
For the money it is a very good ball head. Not high quality. But price to quality is fine. I'm recommended for professional photographer only.
Love this head. Very sturdy and secure
Holds the heaviest of equipment, nice
I used this ballhead to photograph traffic for 1/3 second, giving the traffic a blurred look. I was very happy that the ballhead did not move when I used my camera, and that the parts of my photograph that were supposed to be sharp stayed sharp.
I purchased this product after seeing it in an online review. The BHD3 is a quality product that exceeds expectations. Combined with the GHBA Gimbal head, it provides a stable platform that allows you to take your photography to the next level. I would highly recommend it.
It's OK. Should have spent more to get a better solution. The Lock and drag knobs are both the same and there is little difference. The locking plate does not have the safe features I would want to protect my equipment.
So far so great ! The only thing missing is a bubble level on the clamp.
I bought this because I wanted a head that could support the camera and a 300m lens and I have not been disappointed. Operation is smooth and it certainly is sturdy.
Unless you are having a 400 f/2.8, a 500 f/4 lens or bigger, this will work very nicely with your camera gear. I have used this with a Canon 70-200 II on a 2x extender as well as a Canon 100-400 L lens mounted on a gripped 7D with no issues at all.