Benro KB1 Triple Action Ball Head

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Benro KB1 Triple Action Ball Head
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 22 lb
  • Max Height: 4.2"
  • Weight: 1.1 lb
  • Arca-Type Compatible Clamp and QR Plate
The KB1 Triple Action Ball Head is an Arca-type compatible head that includes a quick-release plate for fast camera attachment and removal. A large locking knob controls the ball movement, another smaller knob controls the 360° panning motion, and a separate friction control adjusts the tension.
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Benro KB1 Overview

The KB1 Triple Action Ball Head is an Arca-type compatible head that includes a quick-release plate for fast camera attachment and removal. A large locking knob controls the ball movement, another smaller knob controls the 360° panning motion, and a separate friction control adjusts the tension.

To prevent accidental release of the QR plate and camera, the clamp features a pull-and-twist safety lock. A 90° notch allows you to quickly place your camera in portrait orientation, and a panoramic scale makes it easy to repeat exacting pans. A bubble level on the clamp helps to ensure that your camera will even with the horizon.

Benro KB1 Specs

Load Capacity22 lb (10 kg)
Ball Sphere Diameter1.7" (44 mm)
Quick ReleaseYes, Arca-type compatible
Bubble LevelYes
Friction ControlYes
Separate Panning LockYes
Tripod Mount Thread Size3/8"-16
Height4.2" (10.7 cm)
Maximum Diameter2.5" (64 mm)
Weight1.1 lb (0.5 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.984 x 4.646 x 4.488"
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Will this Ball Head work on a microphone stand?
Asked by: Jerry
I don't think it will work. The ball head screws on to a 3/16 screw/bolt and most microphone stands I looked at online either have a different size screw or no screw at all. Also, I am not very familiar with microphone stands but they don't seem like they are as sturdy as a good tripod and this is a fairly substantial ball head.
Answered by: Elizabeth S.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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