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Benro 75mm Hi-Hat

BH #BEHH75AV • MFR #HH75AV
Benro 75mm Hi-Hat
Key Features
  • 75mm Bowl
  • Load Capacity: 165 lb
  • Min Height: 3.1", Max Height: 11"
  • 2-Section Aluminum Legs; Magnesium Bowl
Perfect for capturing difficult low angle shots, the 75mm Hi-Hat from Benro is an extremely useful production tool. Featuring an aluminum leg construction and magnesium 75mm bowl, this tripod can hold up to 165 lb, making it great for heavy cinema rigs. The 2-section legs can extend down to just 3.1" and reach up to 11" in height, and offer independent leg spread with three stops for working on uneven ground. Additionally, it only weighs 2.8 lb and comes with a custom carrying case.
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Benro HH75AV Overview

Perfect for capturing difficult low angle shots, the 75mm Hi-Hat from Benro is an extremely useful production tool. Featuring an aluminum leg construction and magnesium 75mm bowl, this tripod can hold up to 165 lb, making it great for heavy cinema rigs. The 2-section legs can extend down to just 3.1" and reach up to 11" in height, and offer independent leg spread with three stops for working on uneven ground. Additionally, it only weighs 2.8 lb and comes with a custom carrying case.

To ensure maximum usability in your setup, it offers three 3/8"-16 accessory threads and comes with a 3/8"-16 low-profile tie-down adapter for reaching the lowest angles. The feet also have pre-drilled holes to securing to wooden octagon boards or apple boxes and can be removed and switched out for the included spiked feet.

Benro HH75AV Specs

ConstructionLegs: Aluminum
Bowl: Magnesium
Bowl Diameter75 mm
Load Capacity165 lb / 75 kg
Maximum Height11" / 28 cm
Minimum Height3.1" / 7.5 cm
Leg Stages/Sections1/2
Weight2.8 lb / 1.3 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.875 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)12.1 x 7.7 x 7.65"

Benro HH75AV Reviews

Amazing build quality

By Jeremy
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-10-06

I like to film/photograph wildlife from extremely low angles, but could never get my other tripods as low as I wanted. So I bought this, a cheap version of other short tripods that 3x and 4x the cost, and adjusted my expectations accordingly, but this stout tripod is incredibly well made and I have no doubt it will withstand decades of outdoor use. Was pleasantly surprised to discover it came with three different kinds of feet, an extra bottom nut, and a tough zippered bag.

High hat YOU didn't know you needed.

By Carlos
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-03-01

I'm about a few weeks in owning this, and I love it. Not one for buying brands that arnt top in my list, but benro definitely surprised me with the build quality and the ergonomics. Lots of value in this considering you'll be paying a hefty price for a good quality baby tripod/hi-hat contraption. It's sturdy and the feet have a rubber grip that makes me slap my mama. It's great for table top shooting or when you need stability on the floor.

Love it.

By Jason
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-07

Solid. Wish I'd gotten it earlier.

THE GOODS!

By Michael
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-02

I put a Vinten head on this mini tri-pod and its incredible! Simple & quality build 100%

Awesome product

By Jason
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-28

Very well made. Easy to use and light weight. Definitely would recommend this product.

So simple and so solid

By Keeshan
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-06-14

I use this with my manfortto 504X and love this thing. I've used this on the road, for sports, etc. It's so sturdy yet so compact. LOVE IT.

Greatest Baby legs I've used!

By Braulio
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-07-10

I've owned a Benro BV8 tripod for several years and wanted to own a pair of 75mm Baby Legs. I've used a lot of other options, Sachtler and such. And I have to say these ones are superior. The build quality is amazing, you can get the camera so low in comparison with other baby legs. They come with different feet options for dirt and uneven surfaces as well as a small short Tie-Down thread to hold the tripod head. Since the one on the Bv8 is super long. The only regret I have is maybe I should've bought the 100mm version for the future if a expand to bigger Tripod Heads.

Love this versatile tripod

By Erik
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-06-26

I use this mainly for filming sports from press boxes. Because of the short spread, I'm able to get the camera out of the window so my view is unobstructed. I highly recommend the Benro Hi Hat if it's in your budget.

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question

Does it come with Benro 75mm Half Ball Adapter?
Asked by: Anonymous
It does not, but it does come with a low-profile tie-down. I was able to use the half ball adapter that came with my Benro S8 kit, using this low-profile tie-down, and it did not bottom out, even with the tripod in its lowest position.
Answered by: Michael P.
Date published: 2018-08-26

Hi. Will this work with the Manfrotto 504 HD ...

Hi. Will this work with the Manfrotto 504 HD head?
Asked by: anish
Yes the benro 75mm hi-hat will work with the manfrotto 504 head. It takes either flat base or 75mm half ball heads.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-11-26

Is this hi-hat compatible with the Sachtler Aktiv ...

Is this hi-hat compatible with the Sachtler Aktiv heads w/ 75mm bowl? i.e. Aktiv8
Asked by: Philip
Yes, The Benro 75mm Hi-Hat will work. But only with Sachtler Aktiv head models that support 75mm bowls.
Answered by: Chris H
Date published: 2022-04-12

Hi all. I can't tell from the photos but does ...

Hi all. I can't tell from the photos but does this come with a 3/8" stud on a platform so I can mount a ball head on it? Or will I need to buy a half ball leveling adapter to get the stud? Thank you.
Asked by: Peter
I mounted a ball head on mine
Answered by: David
Date published: 2021-06-24

question

Will this fit Manfrotto 502HD?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes it will. B&H# MAMVH502A, which is the 75mm version of the 502HD, will work very well in this 75mm Hi-Hat.
Answered by: Joseph P.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Which one to get 75mm or 100mm hi hat? I know the difference in size and weight but which would be better for still photography? Thanx.
Asked by: Maya C.
Normally, you would use the size that matches up with other gear you already have, so you can quickly move the head and half ball adapter from your other tripod to this one. If you do not already have a half ball tripod, then be aware that you will need to buy a half ball adapter separately before you can make use of this tripod. The choice between 75mm or 100mm is dictated by the weight of the payload you need to use with it. I can't imagine anyone doing still photography with a rig heavier than what a 75mm bowl can handle (165 lbs, according to the specs here). The 100mm bowl will necessarily be a little bigger and bulkier.
Answered by: Michael P.
Date published: 2020-06-19

question

Hi, Does it be able work with the Sachtler FSB 8?
Asked by: Nobuhiro
It fits my Sachtler Ace L fluid head, so if it is a 75mm I would think there will be no problem.
Answered by: Douglas A.
Date published: 2018-08-27

I already have one of these but I am going to ...

I already have one of these but I am going to purchase a fluid head (100mm ball). Is there an adapter to step down the 100mm ball for the 75mm bowl, or should I just buy another hi hat with a 100mm bowl?
Asked by: Carl
Actually, that adapter ring converts a 100mm bowl to 75mm bowl. I need to convert a 75mm bowl to 100mm bowl.
Answered by: Carl
Date published: 2021-08-06
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