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yes, it is almost fit every gorilla tripod and with another tripod made takes a 1/4" screw.
By Raimu Hoshino on April 26, 2018
I don’t know. I am not familiar with that product.
By H. Mandel on March 8, 2018
your tripod needs to have the option of removing the head... if it does its just a matter of screwing this one replacing the other... very straight forward.
By Frank N. on February 14, 2018
By Mike V. on January 21, 2018
You get what you pay for. The included plate is painted rather than anodized, and overall gives a flimsy and cheap impression. The head itself works but don't expect smooth and precise movements like for a head priced at 10-20x. Still, for the extremely low cost it's worth trying out. It's definitely usable. Perhaps th… see more You get what you pay for. The included plate is painted rather than anodized, and overall gives a flimsy and cheap impression. The head itself works but don't expect smooth and precise movements like for a head priced at 10-20x. Still, for the extremely low cost it's worth trying out. It's definitely usable. Perhaps there is enough sample variation that you might get a good one, in which case it's a steal. see less
By Lars on January 17, 2018
OK for the price. The rubber on the knobs will expand over time and slip, but a stronger grip or more glue will fix that. Im still using this fella on my second tripod - 3 years down the track.
By Marie on December 29, 2017
It will work with any tripod with matching screw thread. This is an excellent Ball head.
By Su G on September 1, 2017
All cameras work. Almost every single DSLR or smaller camera made takes a 1/4" screw.
By Afterhourshop on January 9, 2018
To accommodate righties and lefties. It might also enable some finer adjustments
By H. Mandel on June 5, 2017
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By Mike Dixon
October 25, 2017
I got this to go on top of my Joby gorillapod slr mount. I was sckeptal at first due to the price, after all I didn't want my dslr coming loose and breaking! I was very happy when I received it. Very well made, feels durable and sturdy. I use it with a heavy canon 5d mk2 and it doesn't move an inch. Loosen the screws, adjust and tighter and it's rock steady. Moves around in all axis to enable that ideal shot. Wit out this you would struggle to adjust the camera enough on just the joby gorillapod. Worth the money? ? Absolutely! !!!
By Gerard O.
October 14, 2017
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By Guillermo Navarro Cespedes
September 21, 2017
July 21, 2017
This ball head is exceptionally well built, with all the knobs turning smoothly. I have a Canon 80D and Sigma 18-35 which is a pretty heavy combo, and this thing locks in any position with no drooping whatsoever. The two side knobs opposite each other form a double lock on the ball joint so it could probably take a big telephoto and still be fine. The only reason why I have docked a star is due to the weight - while this is a by-product of it's build quality, it is very very heavy. I wish this could be just as strong but with a lighter material, though that would probably increase the price too. If weight isn't a big issue for you, then this will handle whatever you put on it.
By A. Wright
July 17, 2017
June 20, 2017
This camera ball head is perfect for creating smooth shots for video of even to help steady your shots for your photographs! You cat go wrong at all for a ball head at this price, it dose what it says and dose it very well. This is perfect for creating cinematic shots as the ball head gives you freedom to get the angle you want while also keeping the shot steady. Would highly recommend!
By Jason Hankster
June 18, 2017
April 8, 2017
For the price, if you don't need a rock solid ball head that will hold a heavy camera setup at any angle, then this is a nice ball head that is reasonably smooth in operation and seems built quite well. It's unfair to compare this to my Really Right Stuff BH-40 head which is $300+, but to do so I'll say this one lacks the buttery smoothness and precision of the RRS head. More importantly however, if you twist the two opposed locking knobs down tightly, you can still move the platform with your hand....it will be very snug but movable nonetheless. With my RRS head, I observed the same thing after tightening down the twist lever to lock the ball. The difference is that upon observing I could still move the platform with my hand, it was still relatively easy to twist the lever of the RRS had to further tighten the clamping pressure on the ball until it was immovable. With the Andoer head, tightening down the two knobs enough to lock the position of the platform simply wasn't possible and one big reason is that the knurl on the knobs is provided by a rubber ring around the knob, that ring simply sliding once the knob is tightened to the limits of the friction fit between knob and rubber ring. If the head was more expensive, I'd probably not give it but 2 stars, maybe 3. But, at this price it's still a highly useful ball head if you know it's operating limits.
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By Dick A
March 15, 2017
March 9, 2017
This is a quality heavy duty ball head. I got it to use with my lightweight Dolica monopod, but it's actually slightly heavier than the monopod at 13.2 oz or 0.825 lbs. I consider quick-plates almost a requirement for cameras so this is a good pro level ball head with the feature that can support my Canon 5D Mark III without issues. Just be aware that this is pretty solid and big at slightly over 4" in height in itself. The bottom female thread socket accepts most pro-level tripods that come with 3/8" mount so if you're planning to put this on top of a tripod/monopod with 1/4" thread, you'll need an adaptor such as Rock Steady SS Stainless Steel 1/4" to 3/8" Bushing Adapter/Tripod 50mm Diameter Desmond .
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