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|Load Capacity||8.82 lb (4.0 kg)|
|Tripod Mount Thread Size||3/8"-16 Female thread|
|Camera Mount Thread Size||1/4"-20|
|Quick Release||Yes, RC2 with 200PL-14 camera plate|
|Separate Panning Lock||No|
|Ball Sphere Diameter||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Base Diameter||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Dimensions||Working height: 3.35" (8.5 cm)|
|Weight||0.71 lb (0.32 kg)|
I really like this ballhead for its light and simple use. I am using it on an equatorial mount that has about an eight pound capacity so this makes a nice match. The 90 degree notch on each side is also handy.
I've only had it for about two weeks but during that time I have had a lot of fun using it and glad it is solid and stable and reliable to use specially since the quick release plate and its respective locking mechanism are what hold the camera to the rest of the tripod.
ball head, fair price, very stable, easy to use
few minor (personal) quirks
Being 78 years of age but still trying to do outdoor photography, I need a tripod/head package that's LIGHT. This ball head does the job, perfectly. I especially like the ability to adjust tension on the ball so my camera doesn't fall over when I adjust its position.
It's Manfrotto, need I say more?
I use several of these, and like to have one on each unit, rather than having to move it from tripod to tripod, etc.
Very sturdy. It holds my 5D MarkIII very steady. Love the quality of Manfrotto heads.
So glad to get this ball head just in time for our night photography! It is made in Italy and not China made that the original tripod and ball head package came with. I lost a tiny piece of the old China-made when I dropped my tripod.
Easy to use and sturdy. Not for heavy lens. A little harder to use if you have a battery pack on your camera.
Got this for my monopod. Friction and locking controls work great. Smooth ball movement. But release for plate is frustrating and often requires two hands, leaving no way to properly hold the about-to-be-released camera.
You can really crank down on this one.