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|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||5.5 x 1.5 x 1.0"|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||4.5 x 3.5 x 2.6"|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||6.0 x 0.5 x 0.2"|
|Head Mount Thread Size||3/8"-16|
|Weight||3.3 oz (93 g)|
|Load Capacity||4.41 lb (2.0 kg)|
|Tripod Mount Thread Size||3/8"-16 Female thread|
|Load Capacity||4.4 lb (2.0 kg)|
|Adjustments||±90° Panning: 360°|
|Separate Panning Lock||No|
|Ball Sphere Diameter||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Base Diameter||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Dimensions||Working height: 2.36" (6.0 cm)|
|Weight||0.31 lb (0.14 kg)|
|Camera Mount Thread Size||1/4"-20|
|Closed Length||5.12" (13.00 cm)|
|Working Height||1.77" (4.50 cm)|
Plenty of tabletop tripods, but most have a ball head. I use this on the bottom of the Zhiuyn Crane and didn't want to worry about a ball head letting the gimbal fall over.
I use this on my Sirui P-326 carbon fiber monopod with a Canon 60D and a 24-105L. Works great. No slipping. And this combination is very flexible and simple. Not important but the head looks so cool. Nice black finish. Another addition to the world's fine industrial art.
Awesome design made with terrible materials. Build this mount with aluminum or actually steel and it is worth it.
I use this with the VEO AM-264TR Aluminum monopod. Typical solid Manfrotto construction. Easily adjustable, smooth operation. Be mindful of the weight recommendations. Not for heavier cameras or monitors. Great for my Zoom Q4.
Good head. Light, solid. Love the repositionable knob. Nothing fancy. It just works... much like most Manfrotto stuff.
I saw this tripod at the photo group session on traveling light. Bought it immediately and am very happy with it. Weighs very little, yet is very stiff and solid.
GoPro applications. Monitor mounts. Great flexibility. Tight construction and great quality.
I bought this small tripod base to screw into a light stand for use with my Rico Theta S 360 degree camera. With five 22 inch sections for the light stand, the whole thing extended puts the camera up to about 9.5 feet in the air.
I've owned this for less than a year and used it fewer than six times and it's already broken. It's already failed me on a location shoot when I needed it most. The ball head no longer locks in place as one of the internal components is broken (don't know how, I've never dropped it).
I use this Ball Head on my Ronin M Gimbal and i really like it because the Monitor get tight in any position and do nos loose easily. Nice to have on your accessories bag!!