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|Load Capacity||55 lb (25 kg)|
|Ball Sphere Diameter||1.50" (38mm)|
|Quick Release||Yes, with Arca-style plate|
|Spirit Level||Yes, 2|
|Tension Control||Yes, integrated into tilt-control knob|
|Separate Panning Lock||Yes|
|Head to Tripod Mounting Thread||3/8"-16 Female|
|Camera Mounting||1/4"-20 Male|
|Height||3.86" (9.8 cm)|
|Maximum Diameter||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Weight||0.88 lb (0.4 kg)|
In short I love this ball head and totally recommend it.I previously have owned the Benro VE-1 ball head which is also a sturdy ball head but I was having issues with the friction control screw which was very easy to turn even when I was not intended to and thus changing the friction of ball head.
I will reserve a "10" for those heads costing 3x more. This seems as close to a 10 without costing like one. Can handle light or heavy loads and is a good match for the
light but solid, fine tension control, load bearing
none so far
Is perfect for my d750. A little heavy
The ball head worked great when I first received it several years ago. I used it occasionally. When I put it on my monopod, the ball was very difficult to move. I adjusted the tension screw all the way out to release all tension.
Solid ball head. Smooth movements and very stable. Use it with a Canon 5D with 70-200 2.8, extremely steady with no drift.
Excellent device. Comfortable to use. Universal.
Excellent item at a reasonable price. Using with Sirui tripod and it hold my Fuji XT2 with 100-400mm lens without a problem.
Solid head. Study and smooth-moving parts. Using with MT055CXPRO3 Carbon Fiber Tripod. Has been great so far.
After chasing the recent 'super moon' I realized the ball head on my current carbon fiber tripod was not up to the task of holding my Sony A6300 with the 70-300 Sony lens. I took off the old one to use on another tripod when I'm not using such a heavy kit.
Perfect on my monopod, makes composition a breeze.