Giottos Giotto's MH7001 Pro Ball Head with Built-in MH652 Quick Release Plate Supports 11 lbs.

Priced: $69.99 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 3 reviews.
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Features:

  • Locking knob
  • Professional Heavy Duty Ball and built in Quick Release
  • Fixed 90 degree position for portrait mode
  • One-touch lock for platform and pan movement
  • Three Buble Levels on QR Plate, 2 Horizontal, 1 Vertical
  • Interchangeable 1/4" and 3/8" camera fixing screw
  • 1/4" and 3/8" thread fixing in base
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Bubble Level(s):Three, 2 Horizontal, and 1 Vertical
Capacity:11 lbs. /5 kg
Case:Includes Draw String Pouch
Head Type:Pro Ball Head 1/4" & 3/8" Threads
Head Weight:15.5 lb / 440g
Other:2" / 51mm Diameter
Quick Release:Yes 652 Quick Release Plate (included)
Tripod Socket:3/8" with 1/4" adapter

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Giottos Giotto's MH7001 Pro Ball Head with Built-in MH652 Quick Release Plate Supports 11 lbs. Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great Head

I bought this head with a new Giotto;s tripod. I liked it so much that I ordered a second on for a smaller tripod that I use in the house.
Don at Adorama on 01/01/2008

Negative Reviews:

Hopeless

I use it with the D7000 and a 70-300mm and had all sort of trouble getting it level. Tried other brands are much better to control. Cannot find anything positive of this head, wasted my money.
Johnc at Adorama on 03/03/2011

Neutral Reviews:

Just ok

If you use a small camera with a kit lens, say a Canon XSI with a 18-55, this will works just fine, but if you use a larger semi- pro or pro body you need a Pro Ball head, don't waste your money. As a comparison I can not use a Canon 30D with a Sigma 17-50 f2.8 as it cant handle the front weight as you angle the camera for the shot
borism at Adorama on 04/04/2012