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Benro 100mm Hi-Hat

BH #BEHH100AV • MFR #HH100AV
Benro 100mm Hi-Hat
Key Features
  • 100mm Bowl
  • Load Capacity: 220 lb
  • Min Height: 3", Max Height: 11"
  • 2-Section Aluminum Legs; Magnesium Bowl
Perfect for capturing difficult low angle shots, the 100mm Hi-Hat from Benro is an extremely useful production tool. Featuring an aluminum leg construction and magnesium 100mm bowl, this tripod can hold up to 220 lb, making it great for heavy cinema rigs. The 2-section legs can extend down to just 3" and reach up to 11" in height, and offer independent leg spread with three stops for working on uneven ground. Additionally, it only weighs 3.6 lb and comes with a custom carrying case.
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Benro HH100AV Overview

Perfect for capturing difficult low angle shots, the 100mm Hi-Hat from Benro is an extremely useful production tool. Featuring an aluminum leg construction and magnesium 100mm bowl, this tripod can hold up to 220 lb, making it great for heavy cinema rigs. The 2-section legs can extend down to just 3" and reach up to 11" in height, and offer independent leg spread with three stops for working on uneven ground. Additionally, it only weighs 3.6 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 HH100AV Specs

ConstructionLegs: Aluminum
Bowl: Magnesium
Bowl Diameter100 mm
Load Capacity220 lb / 100 kg
Maximum Height11" / 28 cm
Minimum Height3" / 8 cm
Leg Stages/Sections1/2
Weight3.6 lb / 1.6 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.9 x 7.5 x 7.5"

Benro HH100AV Reviews

Tough lil guy

By Timothy
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-08-30

This thing is strong and sturdy yet compact and light weight. I didn't expect to love it as much as I do. Has accessories and everything (except a head) to get you going. Love the bag. Used it in studio and desert. Very agile. Lots of ways to mount and swappable feet. Gets low as your head allows. Highly recommend.

Just what I was looking for.

By Doug
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-10

Great product with some adjustability. You can't go wrong!

Love it

By Francis
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-02-05

Amazing value for money. It does everything I would ever need it to do. Packs down amazingly small. Great build quality, light well thought out.

Amazing value for money

By Francis
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-12-01

Very nice package, great build quality and functionality for the price. Comes in a small case and packs down very small which I love.

Beautifully Built and even comes in a solid tripod case/bag

By Clarke
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-09-01

This is my second Benro tripod. Nicely built, sturdy.

Solid Construction

By Tom
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-03-22

Love the optional feet and overall a very well machined part with flexibility in camera positioning with the adjustable legs.

Great hi hat!

By Celeste
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-03

Sturdy and versatile. Used with a 100mm sachtler head and a C500ii. Worked great.

BUY THIS NOW!

By Laurence
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-03-23

Ok, so I've been shooting corporate video and reality TV for just over 40yrs and still love'n my job. Over the years I've had many occasions where I needed a Hi-Hat support...rather than buy these fixed metal bolt to plywood units, I just had the wife sew a small durable vinyl pillow to do the job of supporting my camera. Now that shots made with a short 2' slider are common, I needed a real Hi-Hat support. When I discovered this Benro unit I was impressed. It's what I really needed for the past 40yrs. Build quality is true professional (it can support up to 220lbs - I'm 170lbs, stood on it to test and it's solid) and the additional included feet are a real plus. The carry bag is not an afterthought but a really nice bonus-very well made too! ...so from now on this little tool will be on every one of our shoots from this point forward. What are you waiting for.... Buy This Now!!!

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