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Yes it works
By Enu on June 18, 2018
Yes, you can slide at any position you want to balance you camera
By HOHLV on May 5, 2018
Yes it can. the screw is actually on the ballhead itself. I don't recommend this brand, mine gave out twice leaving my camera in the dirt and gravel.
By amarevcp on April 22, 2018
No, 50mm is too thick. From 37mm to 42mm will be ok for this item.
By Kimball on March 14, 2018
Since you already have the pu-50, the best choice would be Neewer® Universal Quick Release Plate Clamp (QR-50).
By James Barber on March 12, 2018
By Suleman on February 23, 2018
Yes assuming your glider has appropriate threading
By Fotoman Top Contributor: Photography on February 7, 2018
The inside dimension wide open is 45mm, closed is 40mm and the over all size is (closed) 47mm x 50mm. I hope this helps you, its a good clamp and it works well for me on my mono pod.
By David Plagge on February 1, 2018
It has 3/8-16 thread with a 1/4-20 thread (Coarse) adapter inserted, The adapter can be replaced with 1/4-24 adapter "if you can find one". If you have skills you can easily make one. Be aware that you could have metric threads, so go to a home depot or a good hardware store and do a comparo. the store help can assist… see more It has 3/8-16 thread with a 1/4-20 thread (Coarse) adapter inserted, The adapter can be replaced with 1/4-24 adapter "if you can find one". If you have skills you can easily make one. Be aware that you could have metric threads, so go to a home depot or a good hardware store and do a comparo. the store help can assist you in determining thread pitch. Here is a link of another possibility you could have. http://www.ebay.ie/itm/American-Shifter-9523-Beer-Tap-Adapter-3-8-16-To-16mm-x-1-5-/231796155229?hash=item35f820a35d:g:25UAAOSwhkRWgJ39 see less
By Boogieman on January 24, 2018
Yes...1/4" with adapter included...3/8" std.
By Paul Schleif on January 13, 2018
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December 1, 2019
These Arca-style QR clamps work fine on the clamp side of things, but the screws are a terrible accident waiting to happen. The screw does not have a conical head, as would be customary for this application. The heads are more pan-like, with a slight bevel to allow them to center themselves into the clamp's center hole, which is clearly designed for a screw with a conical head. The idea, as best I can tell, was to allow the screw to be used as either countersunk from the top or against a flat surface from the bottom. The problem with this design is that there isn't enough material holding the head to the screw. With almost any other drive type, this might have been OK, but the hexagonal recess for the Allen wrench is as deep as the head itself and as wide as the diameter of the non-threaded part of the screw, leaving very little to hold things together. The result is that of the four clamps I bought, I broke the screws for three of them. I ended up using some conical 1/4-20 screws I had on hand. I've attached a photo showing the three broken screws (bottom); the surviving intact screw (top right); and the type of screw that Andoer should have included (top left).
November 30, 2019
First of all, this is a sub-$10 quick release clamp. We do not trust this clamp to handle very expensive glass or camera bodies. We use this clamp on a light, cheap tripod when we need to take a quick portrait or full body shot of someone in our building. So we are in a controlled environment, with no winds or elements, and I am in a real hurry. I only use it on a light camera, like the Canon 80D (prosumer camera) with a light zoom or prime. On the tripod it will clamp down onto the ARCA-Swiss compatible release plate just fine. There is a little roughness as the clamp comes together and tightens down. That doesn't really bother me because I probably use this clamp only about once a quarter, but I imagine the friction can't be good for longevity. Sometimes the tripod screw adapter will work itself loose, which again, is not really a problem. I just screw it down tighter and readjust the camera and tripod. Now, if this were a mission-critical application like sports or wildlife, then it would drive me nuts. But since I use it mostly for headshots of a willing subject, a little delay is not going to make me miss my shot. There are at least three levels on this clamp. I never use them because I use the level on the camera and tripod, but I guess they could be useful. See photos below for the clamp on the cheap tripod. I was going to say that this clamp should be used for someone just starting in photography. But on second thought, perhaps this clamp should be used by someone more experienced, who has experience using tripods and QR clamps and plates. Because you'll be more careful not to rely on this clamp too much, not to use it for heavy duty or critical applications, and use it appropriately. Someone just starting out on using support might think it is more secure than it is designed for.
By Ron Lancin
December 7, 2019
December 5, 2019
Poor machining for the keyway on the tightening clamp makes this clamp not fully sturdy. You can see in the photo that the outside clamp side of the mount is tilted. This might be OK for light duty but I wouldn't rely on this to hold anything up with any real weight due to that. I tried with a few different Arca-Swiss type plates, as well as a real Arca-Swiss branded plate, all had the same problems.
By S. Ramsey
December 4, 2019
December 3, 2019
These are inexpensive, but I wish I hadn't purchased them. They seemed great at first, but quickly started to wiggle and I could rarely get a snug fit with them on my camera cage. After trying multiple ways of tightening it, I ended up stripping the head off of the fastener. Super annoying. It's just not well made. I broke it after 4 or 5 uses. Really frustrating, but for $10, what did I expect. I wouldn't trust anything but the cheapest gear with this.
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