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|Load Capacity||17.6 lb (8 kg)|
|Quick Release||Yes, RC2|
|Separate Panning Lock||Yes|
|Tripod Mount Thread Size||3/8"-16|
|Dimensions||With handles retracted: 5.3 x 5.3 x 5.1" (13.5 x 13.5 x 13.0 cm)|
|Height||5.1" (13 cm)|
|Weight||2.2 lb (1 kg)|
This head works great with my 5D mark IV and the 24-70mm L lens. No issues with creeping at any angle or position. Holds the weight exactly where I place the camera so the subject doesn't drift out of the shot. The locking mechanisms work really well.
I have a 600mm Sigma. It is very heavy, and I am a small woman. This monopode head is extremally helpful. I loved the steadness on it, and made my task much easier.
i use this with a d850 24-70 and 20-200m as well as an sb 5000 some times and works great well worth the price
This pan and tilt head is amazingly easy to use and makes minute adjustments a breeze! With the friction knobs, you can adjust the friction to your taste and feel. The pull out adjustment handles are really smooth and accurate for adjustments.
Love it. Haven't actually taken any photos yet, but played with it. Seems high quality, metal mostly, made in Italy thankfully. The friction knobs are invaluable. They make it smooth enough to pan and tilt the head and have it stop when you stop, and not go back a little. Would buy again.
I Photographed an interior for a local designer and this head was smooth the adjustments were quick and easy. Love it. Just be careful you have the quick release plate all the way screwed into your camera. Almost had a mishap with that.
Already having one on my tripod and being highly satisfied it was the obvious choice as I needed a head for my monopod and this fits the bill. Great kit
Durable, Great Features, Simple Controls
First class bit of kit I find it easier to use than a ball head
I currently shoot real estate with a Canon 5D Mark IV with a Sigma 12mm ART Lens. It's a really heavy system. This head keeps my heavy camera stable and secure and still let's me easily make adjustments for leveling it out as I go from one room to the next.
I shoot mostly real estate photos with this unit. I find my work goes much quicker and smoother using this unit than a ball head unit. The mechanism allows me to get level shots every time with a lot less hassle than ball units.