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- Arca Swiss standard quick release plate with a wide range of applications. There are only a few screws to keep the camera from falling over. If you remove the limit screw, we will save it in a safe place for you to avoid losing it.
: Although the ULANZI Ball Head is only 119 grams in weight, it has a loading capacity of 10 kilograms (22 pounds). Set Your Camera at Any Angle with the ULANZI Ball Head's two U-shaped slots for Horizontal, Vertical, and Side Adjustment.
- This Ball Head is a patented design that perfectly solves the problem that other ball heads on the market can't install the camera and microphone at the same time; the cold shoe is 360° rotatable, allowing you to find the best angle for your microphone or light.
- 1. All metal CNC machining, 10kg load hard core ballhead, capable of supporting the majority of cameras. Most tripods with a 1/4" interface on the market are compatible with this 5mm diameter design.
- Anti-Skid Silicone Covers a Large Area to Keep Your Device From Falling. Bottom that can be adjusted 360 degrees
Questions & Answers
I'm looking for the arca plate's dimensions. Is it 38 millimeters or millimeters? I'd like to use this to connect a number of cameras. I have my own plates and am looking for the appropriate size. ?
It is, indeed, 38mm in diameter.
Is it possible to use this with Manfrotto tripods? 190xprob, to be precise. ?
Yes, it can be used together. It's a standard quick release plate with a diameter of 38mm.
Are any tripods compatible with it?
Yes, it can be used with a standard tripod mount.
Is it possible to release the ulanzi st-03 metal phone mount quickly without using the plate?
Yes, it is possible.
Selected User Reviews For Tripod Ball Head ULANZI U-80L Camera Quick Release Metal Ball Head Camera Mount Arca Swiss 360° Rotating with Quick Release Plate & Cold Shoe, 22lbs/10kg Load for 1/4" Tripod,Monopod,DSLR,Camera
For smaller-scale projects, this is ideal
equipment of various sizes Basically, I wanted a ball head that is far more dependable and capable than light-weight ball heads. Ball heads with a small diameter (and low cost) that are heavy duty. I purchased two of these U-shaped U-shaped U-shaped U-shaped U-shaped U-shaped Ball heads with an 80L capacity that will be used on my small tabletop tripods- as well as for super clamp mounts to hold accessories. This ball head is on the low end of the medium-priced range. duty. It lacks the tenacity of a high-powered weapon. duty ball heads (for heavier objects). This item, on the other hand, is well-built for the task at hand. Take note of the following: 1) Although the plate is small, it is adequate for its smaller-scale application. the purpose of the item 2) The U80L's knobs are plastic, but they should work fine. 3) The Ulanzi U-100 is a bit more expensive. The 70 is entirely made of metal, but the ball size is only slightly larger than the U. 80L (I'd go with the U-shaped) 80 (small for a ball head, but medium duty in terms of weight capacity). The U- The U-70 has a small plate as well, though it is slightly larger than the U-70. 80L.
| Jan 11, 2021
The iPad Pro is a fantastic device
I've been using a slightly smaller product from a different manufacturer for years, and the weight of the iPad Pro would always wiggle it- I like everything about this product. It wouldn't be able to stay put indefinitely. The tightening key on this item is the perfect size. I can put it in any position, tighten it up, and it's solid as a rock. The coloration, finish, and overall quality are all excellent. br>br>Creative+ paraphrase: I've recently discovered a previously unknown-to-me source of information. This is an interesting feature. To reposition the ball lock lever, pull it out (much like adjusting an analog wristwatch with the little wheel). When the head is positioned in a way that the lock lever is obstructed, this is useful.
| Sep 27, 2021
The smallest tripod ball head capable of holding a small camera
Backpacking is a dream. Now is the time to buy. I've never used a smaller tripod head like this one. br>br>I'm a photographer who specializes in nature and landscapes. I've been on a mission to build the lightest camera kit possible in order to reduce backpacking weight. br>br>This tripod head is literally the lightest ball head I've ever seen, and it also has a quick release plate. Mine is four kilograms in weight. On my scale, with the quick release plate, it was exactly 2 ounces. br>br>In addition, the side-mounted cold shoe is a brilliant design. One of the three wrenches that came with the tripod head can also be used to remove it. Advantages: br>br>
- The tiniest and lightest of the tiniest of the tin My other tiny tripod head is 2 ounces heavier and does not have a quick release!
- Once locked down, it's incredibly sturdy, and tightening the locking lever is a breeze. My Sony camera refuses to move.
- A Sony a6500's bottom side is perfectly suited for a mini quick release plate. When mounted to the tripod head, it does not obstruct the battery door.
- For what you get, which is a very well-designed and well-made product, it's incredibly affordable. The ultralight tripod head was designed and built by me. br>br>Contrary to popular belief, there are a number of disadvantages to using this product.
- The ball moves in a clumsy and jerky manner. For photos, it's not a big deal. Adding a proper friction layer to smooth it out would most likely increase weight and size.
- There isn't a panning lock that can be operated independently. The ball and panning are controlled by a single lever. The camera must be manually aligned from shot to shot when shooting a panorama.
- It's possible that a quick release plate won't work with an Arca-style camera. Swiss plates are a type of plate that is made of metal that is sourced from Switzerland. But, to be honest, who cares?.
| Nov 21, 2021
LOVE! I had to get this to go with the "Metal Tablet Tripod Mount w Cold Shoe" that I found on Amazon, and they both work great! This setup on a tripod is critical to my art-making routine; it's made of metal (aluminum) and is nice and sturdy, which was a must; previously, I was using a plastic tablet holder and wasn't confident in my tablet's safety
The best $50 I spent was on this and the tablet holder. I've never spent more than ish dollars in my life!.
| Mar 15, 2021
Topping off my monopod was exactly what I needed. This Ball Head is incredibly secure and won't budge. br>To hold my handle knob when attaching the camera, I replaced the cold shoe with a small arca swiss clamp.
| Apr 20, 2021
A ball head that is small, capable, and affordable
This tripod ball head is built to last and is ideal for light-duty applications. I use it as a webcam mount, but it can also be used as a point of sale display. shoot as well as mirrorless cameras (when using a lens with a reasonable focal length - I wouldn't use this on someone who has a 100-pound body. (300mm focal length). The ARCA plate is about half the size of standard plates, which I like, but it should fit if you want to use a larger one. br>br>An external mic or small light can be used thanks to the cold mount on the side.
| Feb 20, 2021
Indestructible – cost-effective - performs its function This Ulanzi head is small and slender - It only has a sliver of a mount, but I use it to mount my ZV-100
1 on top of my MixPre 6 II, giving me a complete high-fidelity/high-resolution inline livestreaming setup for Zoom. Is it true that the narrow mount is causing people to complain? If you have a compact camera and a lot of interchangeable lenses, this is the way to go. For those, you'll need to upgrade to a more durable ballhead. This thing, on the other hand, is the schizzle when it comes to compacts.
| May 10, 2021
It was even better than I had anticipated! This was a low-cost ball head that I purchased
I expected it to be of medium build quality, a step up from the $9 pair of ball-cap sneakers I had purchased previously. I bought these head mounts for light stands, but I expected them to be of lower quality than the ball head on my backpacking tripod. This ball head is MUCH NICER than the one that came with my tripod. It will take time to see how durable it is, but it appears to be very solid.
| Jul 10, 2021