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Benro IB2 Triple Action Ball Head

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Benro IB2 Triple Action Ball Head
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 22 lb
  • Max Height: 3.9"
  • Weight: 14.5 oz
  • Arca-Type Compatible
The IB2 Triple Action Ball Head from Benro is an Arca-type compatible head with a load capacity of 22 lb. It stands 3.9" high, and weighs 14.5 oz. There are separate locks for both the ball movement and the 360° panning motion, as well as a friction control knob. A 90° notch makes it easy to switch to portrait orientation. The numbered scale on the head's base allows for easily repeatable pans, and a bull's eye bubble helps ensure they head is level with the horizon.
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Benro IB2 Overview

The IB2 Triple Action Ball Head from Benro is an Arca-type compatible head with a load capacity of 22 lb. It stands 3.9" high, and weighs 14.5 oz. There are separate locks for both the ball movement and the 360° panning motion, as well as a friction control knob. A 90° notch makes it easy to switch to portrait orientation. The numbered scale on the head's base allows for easily repeatable pans, and a bull's eye bubble helps ensure they head is level with the horizon.

Benro IB2 Specs

General
Head TypeBall Head
Base Mount3/8"-16 Thread
Quick Release Plate TypeArca-Type
Load Capacity22 lb / 10 kg
Number of Bubble Levels1
Friction ControlYes
Independent Pan LockYes
Physical
Ball Sphere Diameter1.6" / 40 mm
Dimensionsø: 2.2 x H: 3.9" / ø: 56.0 x H: 100.0 mm
Weight14.5 oz / 410.0 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.23 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.95 x 4.6 x 4.55"
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What is the vertical tilt of the IB2? The vertical for the B2 is listed as -45° to +90°.
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This head would have the same vertical tilt as the Benro B2.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-12-31

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Can the clamp be removed and replaced?
Asked by: Jack
Yes, the clamp can be removed and replaced.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-01-20

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How do I adjust the friction and pan? The knobs (including head locking) are extremely tight.
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The ball operates with the locking knob and friction-control/tension knob, while the pan-axis uses the separate pan-locking knob. Typically, it operates without much effort. Reach out to us via video live-chat if you are having trouble with it and we should be able to troubleshoot it together. :)
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Date published: 2020-12-31

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Can the Benro IB2 be used with the SIRUI T-1005X Aluminum Tripod. I have the Benro all ready using it on a Induro Monopod . The Benro is great , read up on the SIRUI T-1005X Aluminum Tripod, like the flexibility of a tripod ad the light weight of a travel trip pod. Just don't want to buy another ball head. The price on Sirui tripod and load capabilities also?
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Yes, you can use the Benro IB2 with the Sirui T-1005X.
Answered by: Andrea O.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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What is the vertical tilt of the IB2? The Benro B2 lists vertical tilt of -45° to +90°. Thanks in advance.
Asked by: TA
The IB2 has a -45 (wall) to +90 (notch) angle as well.
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2020-12-31

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Will this fit a Benro Mach 3 tripod?
Asked by: Dustin S.
Yes this will fit your tripod nicely.
Answered by: Jacob C.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Hi, does anyone know what is the difference between Benro B2 and Benro IB2 Ball Heads and which is better?
Asked by: Greg A.
generally the ib2 is rated for less load. the b2 is slightly bigger and maybe better build.
Answered by: Mike S.
Date published: 2019-04-17

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What is the base diameter for this ballhead?
Asked by: Bryce L.
The blue base is 52 mm diameter at the bottom where it touches the tripod.
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Date published: 2018-08-26
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