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Q & A
yes,it have a 3/8" thread hole on the bottom. it can be directly mounted onto any ball head, tripod, gimbal and monopod.
By Yumi Kawamura on February 8, 2018
The round base plate is 2.375" in diameter. The fixed side of the clamp lip (the side with the leveling bubble) is 1.875" wide. The movable clamp lip is 1.75" wide.
By California Bill on October 25, 2017
I believe a pu-70 is longer than a pu-50 not thicker.
By John M on October 2, 2017
Good day, funny, I had the reverse problem when I first received this clamp. It wouldn't close enough. But when I disassembled it, I found two springs, that were too long to allow the clamp to close tightly. I trimmed about two turns off each spring and it works perfectly for me. But, as far as opening, mine opens enou… see more Good day, funny, I had the reverse problem when I first received this clamp. It wouldn't close enough. But when I disassembled it, I found two springs, that were too long to allow the clamp to close tightly. I trimmed about two turns off each spring and it works perfectly for me. But, as far as opening, mine opens enough to top loads with no problem. Sorry for your troubles!!! Keep shooting! see less
By Randy Frieder on July 20, 2017
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November 20, 2017
I like this Andoer Arca compatible tripod/monopod head/clamp. I'm using it specifically for a monopod for telephoto lenses. The knob is short and wide for nonslip grip. Both ends of the clamp has plate stops to prevent over travel. The 70mm plate is generously long to fit on a lens foot or camera bottom. The 3/8" threaded adapter allows threading onto a 1/4" male thread or use the 3/8" screw to mount the plate and tighten with the enclosed hex key. The Andoer plate has the bubble level atop the plate without an additional spur/bump on the side that can snag against camera straps. The clamp edges are radiused and full length for ease of clamping without scratching and provide a tight grip. As another reviewer did mention, one side of the plate or base is 1/2 a millimeter off with the 0 marking. Thus one side is zeroed, but the other a mil off mark. No big deal in my mind. If anyone is really going to rely on the ruler marks, then get another brand/model that's 3-5 times the cost.
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November 29, 2017
I use pretty much this exact model for my gimbal setup. It is extremely handy for that. Because of the long plate you can balance everything more easily. It is also possible due its small size to attach this system from Andoer 90° rotated which makes it even more versatile. Thanks to this I can even manage to fit the large Sigma 18-35mm Lens on my A6300. I made a video about this special use case. If you want, you can check it out in the first comment of this review.
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By Lori JE
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October 26, 2017
I originally got a regular quick release with a pull lever. That was pretty cumbersome for my needs so I returned it for this one. This one is more simplistic and I like you just twist to tighten and loosen the plate. I learned these are called Arca Swiss. I also like how the bottom is smooth and flat and has more areas to grab onto a tripod/monopod.
By Daniele Schipa
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By John V.
April 17, 2017
Works great. The effective clamp length is about 46mm - plenty for most purposes. The base diameter is 60mm. The unthreaded side mount holes are on a 45mm circle - compatible with RRS, Hejnar etc. The shift scale would be more helpful if it just went from +/-15mm in mm steps, instead of +/- 0-5mm,7.5mm,10mm. Weird.
April 8, 2017
By Daniel H.
February 20, 2017
November 7, 2016
I liked this so much that I bought a second one. It's a great option for Arca Swiss, doing the job just as well as base & plate combos costing 2 or 3 times as much. But for Chrissakes, that is NOT a 1/4-20 screw that you're including in this. It's a totally different thread pitch. If you swapped that out for a real 1/4-20 screw, this would be a solid 5 star product.
By A.T.A. Esq.
November 1, 2016
The knob is larger than the plate, so it either has to extend over what you are mounting it to, or you have to put a spacer in between. I bought three of these I have them mounted on both of my tripods and my glide cam, and both of my camera bodies. It makes switching things out very easy. I haven't had any problems with them. They seem quite secure, and fast enough to change out.