The swivel rotates 360 degrees Your camera is provided with 3 knobs so you can set it at different angles depending on the lighting
It has screw threads at the bottom of 3/8" If you own a tripod, monopod or moving camera slider, you can attach it to it and change the angle more easily
The quick shoe plate fits 1/4" wide Its bubble level is easy to set up in seconds, but with both horizontal and vertical bubbles to assist with judging
The device will be protected from sudden plunges with Fine Tuning Damping when doing a variety of camera angles
With the index marking, it is possible to control the base with greater precision. This is to be noted A tripod head and a tripod You won't find a camera or tripod with this kit
Questions & Answers
The manfroto mt190xpro3 is it compatible with the trigger?
The answer is yes! The same thing happens to me!
Do you know how many pounds this item weighs? How many ounces are there in 12?
While the weight of the band is more than 12 ounces, it is all made of
What size is this for the Sunpak Travellite Pro?
I do not see any problems with it. We wish you good
The maximum amount of camera + lens that this ball head can handle effectively is what is the max weight of the camera + lens? Does this mean the camera position does not have to be changed (whether it is the final position or not)?
I find your question intriguing. As long as you keep your center of gravity somewhat close to the top, this should not be a problem. When I was 90 degrees, I had a mirrorless camera with a 70-200 mm lens It would not move even when I did a 180-degree turn on it. I've also mounted a tracker additional head and camera with no trouble, but I generally try to keep the center of gravity over the top of the camera to avoid any problems. By eliminating the mirror, I can save weight, and I use an L bracket instead of tilting it by
Selected User Reviews For Neewer Professional Metal 360 Degree Rotating Panoramic Ball Head with 1/4 inch Quick Release Plate and Bubble Level,up to 17.6pounds/8kilograms,for Tripod,Monopod,Slider,DSLR Camera,Camcorder
The first thing I would say is that this ball head is a great value for the money
There are no bumps in the road. This is a solid attachment that holds a Canon 5D3 with an attached 70-200mm lens When on a star tracker following the Milky Way, a photographic expedition with a 300-telephoto lens (about 9 pounds in total) is in progress. My second step was to inspect everything when it arrived. I had no problems except for the bubble ball level on the base being off by a large margin. It was dead on level when the ball hit the ground. I sent an email and said it wasn't a big deal, it would work for my needs. There was a note in the box stating that if there were any problems to email them first. The bubble level is not worth even putting on the set if you cannot get it to read correctly. The only thing I asked for was time. My Amazon order number and home address were requested in an apology email the following day. A new one was being installed. Then, I replied after making sure I was sending it to the right person. It took four days for me to receive a replacement ball head that had The others have never asked for the other ball head back, which is why I have two. This head is a 4 star if there is no customer service. A second star was given for the customer service.
| Oct 12, 2020
It's best not to take this on if you're an experienced player
According to the reviews on this product, I purchased it. My experience with this is that I'm a Real Estate Photographer, and I've used it on a couple of homes already. Since my previous ball head was worn out and no longer held its shape, I had to get a new one. I have a 5d Mark IV and 16-megapixel digital camera This lens would flop back over and not stay in position. A couple people have commented that the Neewer ball head would not lock completely however, others have called it a great product. This was my first time taking a risk, thinking it would be The plan did not work out. The system did not lock 100% of the time. could still use it, however, I had difficulties mounting my camera since it always fell when I moved it. My ball head knob disappeared sometime last week, which was a blow to me. As a result, I have to purchase another ball head since it must have come out at one of the houses I photographed. The Manfrotto XPRO ball head was just ordered. The ball head I had previously was a Manfrotto and it was from After a while, everything wears out. If anything, I'll keep the Newer as a backup since I successfully photographed several housing projects despite it not locking tightly and having no knob.
| Sep 24, 2020
I found it to be perfect I am and you are as well
I mounted this on a ground pod I picked up for shooting birds from low angles. The product is affordable and effective, just like it is That is an excellent I have updated the following information Since I've been using it for a while, I'm really happy with it. So much so, I bought a second one for my monopod after I enjoyed it on my ground pod. A lot of the less intelligent people I know really don't understand what they're saying This is better than There have been positive reviews for this thing, even where people can't figure out how to use the simplest I first want to say that it contains my entire collection The size of the DSLR, the battery grip, and the Sigma 150-mm Taking pictures with a 500mm lens (*8 pounds, all in) is NOT tripping me up or causing me to move. The second knob is for tightening the ball, an indication of there being TWO knobs Lie both down tight, and then use the one you're most comfortable with to loosen the ball when the time comes to turn The solution is simple. Additionally, some people have complained about the 1/4" mounting hole at the bottom, pointing out that they cannot use a tripod mount that fits 3/8". Do you really mean that? The screw features a 3/8"-28 thread There is a 1-1/4" bushing This gadget has slots - obvious to anyone who looks at it - for removal and installation If you are using a large flat head screwdriver (preferably with a precision needle nose pliers), then unscrew it out, and. . . Then let's get started! There is a 3/8" hole right there for mounting your product. The tripod and monopod I removed from mine are mounted to MULTIPLE tripods I see no problem with it. this work for holding a monster prime lens, a full frame DSLR, and a battery grip in You're right. But if you'd trust $10K in gear to a $28 tripod head, you should be at the other end of the line. I believe that it is an amazing piece of equipment for nearly everyone from amateurs to professional photographers of all levels. It's time to let gear envy go and buy that gear. Get a handle on how it works and go have some fun. You're the man, five stars.
| Oct 21, 2020
The ball mount is nice, but the two screws required to tighten it are poor design
It's nice and heavy, but the price is right. There are several pros to this The following terminology should be used *br This is a solid* The adjustment is smooth and easy. There are two cons to this The following terminology should be used *br I'd call that a bit heavy - It takes two screws to tighten the ball, not one
I have decided to use only one to shoot with. This may be designed for users to use it with their left and right hands There should only be one knob on the door. The following terminology should be used *br A camera mounted on the bubble level makes the bubble difficult to see.
| Jun 05, 2021
Lighter duty mount with a great look
I highly recommend this product. It is incredibly well made and worth the cost. Despite its very fluid movement, the lock is very positive. If you set the camera where you want it, you can rest assured that it will stay where you put it. Despite the tight fit and finish, the product looks very nice. only criticism I have is that it uses 3/8 threads to connect It seems like the threads on the head I received were sloppy and rolled up. The mounting clamp was easy to tighten down, but I am unsure if it will hold up if it is routinely used with heavy machinery. Because of the short zoom lens that I have paired with it, it's no problem for me. In spite of the fact that it is within the weight limit, I would hesitate to use it with my Toyoview 4x5.
| May 14, 2021
The ball head is pretty cool
My tripod head is of very good quality, and I am pleased with its performance. I have had no issues with it over the last few months. It feels tight and smooth. I have to say that so far I am very satisfied with the products I have bought.
| Jul 06, 2020
I found the value for money to be amazing
In the words of everyone else I was blown away by the price. Given the price, I wasn't expecting too much, but I decided to give it a try after seeing Although I had assumed it would be made of plastic, my surprise was when I found out that it is not. It does seem that it is made of metal, as it is very sturdy. It's good to use my DSLR on this head because it holds it quite steady and the ball joint is easy to move. I really like this.
| Jun 09, 2021
Ball head with quick release for tripods that is sturdy and reliable
A high quality tripod ball head that uses an Arca Swiss adapter with a quick release plate it is compatible with tripods up to 30 inches tall. In other words, you can use L-series cameras whenever they are compatible You'll need brackets if you'd like a slick setup for quick, easy vertical to horizontal transitions. The right and left slides can also be adjusted so that they can be used as drag heads for video, since there is a screw to adjust the degree of resistance to movement Images on the right are Considering the price tag for a nice ball head made of aluminum and metal, this is a great deal. [Neewer Professional Metal 360 Degree Rotating Panoramic Ball Head with 1/4 inch Quick Release Plate]
I bought this at normal Amazon prices without a manufacturer discount or endorsement fee.
| May 27, 2021