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|Load Capacity||7.7 lbs (3.5kg)|
|Ball Sphere Diameter||Not Specified by Manufacturer|
|Tension Control||Not Specified by Manufacturer|
|Tripod Mount Thread Size||3/8" female thread (bottom)
1/4" screw (attachment)
|Tilt||Lateral: -19°/ +90°, Front: -90°/ +90°|
|Weight||0.95 lbs (0.43kg)|
Purchased this joystick head for an African safari photo trip. I was very helpful on a monopod to give me the flexibility to move the camera to different angles yet gain the steadiness of the monopod.
Mounted this head on very sturdy tripod with DSLR and 500 mm lens. The combination weighed seven pounds. The lens bounces like a diving board when slightly disturbed. This ball-head lacks adequate structural stiffness to support any but the lightest of cameras.
Works great! Use it with my Mark iii and have no problems!
Joystick works well with my Panasonic Lumix GX7.<br />Can be easily used single handedly.
Attaches Firmly, Good Stability, Large Range of Motion, Strong Clamp
Cracking tripod head which does the job brilliantly. Solid construction as expected from Manfrotto. Moves easily when unlocked and locks tight ready to shoot. Can be altered for left hand users by remounting the head plate using the allen keys supplied.
Compact, Easily Adjusted, Locks In Tight, Smooth Movement
I replaced a larger head with the 324RC2. Glad I did. It's got a great range of motion and light weight. Very good product.
Sturdy. Works perfectly I love things that work and this works. I am right handed but I think I want to move the handle tocfhe left.
The pistol grip is comfortable in your hand and has a good feel. The ball is smooth and fluid. One challenge is the level of friction when using heavier rigs. I was shooting with my Canon 7D and a Canon 24-70 L-Series f/2.8 (big glass) and the head would not securely hold the system in place.
I loved this head wneh it was new, but after less than a year of use, it cannot be tightened (using the set screw and/or the friction wheel) to where it adequately holds a DSLR with even a small to medium lens in any position other than horizontal - if pointed somewhat down, in a vertical position,...
I just had to buy this head after borrowing a tripod that had one during a photo workshop. It was very easy to manipulate and control but provides a solid base for large SLRs. The pistol grip control makes control very easy. The camera seat is solid.