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Really Right Stuff Monopod Head with Standard Lever-Release Clamp

BH #REMH01LR • MFR #MH-01 LR
Really Right Stuff
Really Right Stuff Monopod Head with Standard Lever-Release Clamp
Key Features
  • 75 lb Load Capacity
  • Vertical Quick Release Orientation
  • 180-Degree Tilt
  • Arca-Type Dovetail Base
The Monopod Head with Standard Lever-Release Clamp from Really Right Stuff is designed for use with monopods. The head tilts a full 180 degrees. The indexed quick release clamp is oriented for vertical fore and aft, 180-degree lens tilting but you can change the orientation to horizontal, 180-degree camera tilting by turning the clamp 90 degrees using the supplied hex key. Portrait orientation is achieved with L-plates or rotating lens collars. The monopod head will support up to 75 lb, far in excess of what's needed for any type of image making. It has an Arca-type compatible dovetail base for mounting on Really Right Stuff heads or accessories. It also accepts separately purchased Arca-type camera or lens plates from Really Right Stuff, Wimberley, Kirk, Markins, Acratech and others.
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Really Right Stuff MH-01 LR Overview

The Monopod Head with Standard Lever-Release Clamp from Really Right Stuff is designed for use with monopods. The head tilts a full 180 degrees. The indexed quick release clamp is oriented for vertical fore and aft, 180-degree lens tilting but you can change the orientation to horizontal, 180-degree camera tilting by turning the clamp 90 degrees using the supplied hex key. Portrait orientation is achieved with L-plates or rotating lens collars. The monopod head will support up to 75 lb, far in excess of what's needed for any type of image making. It has an Arca-type compatible dovetail base for mounting on Really Right Stuff heads or accessories. It also accepts separately purchased Arca-type camera or lens plates from Really Right Stuff, Wimberley, Kirk, Markins, Acratech and others.

Laser-engraved reference scale
Clamp orientation changes using a single 5/32" hex key
180° tilt range
75 lb tilt lock capacity with nylon brake system
Oversized tilt lock knob for easy grip and operation
Standard 3/8"-16 mounting socket on base
Self-Adjusting Lever-Release Clamp accepts all RRS/Arca-type compatible plates except Arca-Swiss P0 Slidefix plates and plates made by Novoflex
2x 1/4"-20 sockets on base (spaced 30mm on center)
Dovetail base for mounting on clamps
Simple, open design allows for easy cleaning and maintenance
UPC: 818413022706

Really Right Stuff MH-01 LR Specs

Material of Front BezelAluminum
Load Capacity75 lb / 34 kg
Quick ReleaseStandard Lever-Release Clamp
Height3.4" / 86 mm
Base DimensionsWidth: 1.5 / 38 mm
Mounting3/8"-16 Socket
Weight14.4 oz / 408 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.195 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.85 x 4.9 x 4.5"

Really Right Stuff MH-01 LR Reviews

RRS Quality Shines

By Eric
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-26

RRS quality has always impressed me. This is no exception.

This is awesome!

By Diane
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-02-18

I love the clamp and the ability to to easily turn the quick-release plate on the head.

Superb quality and operation

By Michael
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-11-08

Superb construction quality and operation.

Very high quality!

By Alex
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-10-27

I love having a tilt head with a quick release lever. I can't go back now haha. It's great to be able to just pop it off real quick if you need to get down off your monopod for an opportune shot. The mechanism is very secure and you can position the base at 90 degree intervals. Solid buy.

Quality monopod head.

By Eric
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-15

RRS maintains its reputation for quality. Use of monopod head makes keeping monopod steady easier.

Worth every penny.

By Nathaniel
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-07-10

Super solid with a high-quality quick release. It's a premium product for sure but it has a nice resistance and the orientation of the QR head can be adjusted as desired. I'm very happy with this head.

Another great RRS product

By Brian
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-06-07

Superior quality as you would expect from RRS.

Solid monopod head

By Robert
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-05-03

I was using a monopod head from a very well-known company. Purchased this RRS head because a used lens I recently bought came with a RRS foot. Wow - I had no idea how much better the RRS head is over the competition until I started using this. I love the head because it is solid, moves with a fluid motion and the large knob to tighten / loosen the head is easy to use. I was so impressed with this RRS monopod head that I immediately purchased a RRS ball head. I'm now a customer for life.

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It has 3/8"-16 Socket , you would need a reducer bushing Oben 3/8"-16 to 1/4"-20 Reducer Bushing B&H # OB1039
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Date published: 2021-02-18

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Like all RRS ballheads, why isn't there an option to buy this monopod head without a clamp?
Asked by: Seth
There is, click the link below to view; https://bhpho.to/39Ge8JR
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Date published: 2021-02-02

Can I use this on a Whimberley WH200 to shoot ...

Can I use this on a Whimberley WH200 to shoot landscape?
Asked by: Scott
No, you can't. This is a head that was designed for monopods and can't be mounted on another head like the Whimberley WH200
Answered by: Nahla
Date published: 2020-12-11

Is it better to use this monopod head on a ...

Is it better to use this monopod head on a monopod vs. a ballhead? If so, why?
Asked by: Tyrone
Depends upon the size of the camera/lens you plan to use. When you loosen a ballhead to make adjustments, they can flop around in any general direction, especially with the weight of a camera on it. The RRS head will also do that, but only in one axis so it’s much more controllable when you loosen the knob.
Answered by: Don
Date published: 2020-09-26

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Has anyone compared the Kirk MPA-2, the ProMediaGear Scepter HM1, and the Really Right Stuff MH-01 LR? All three are high-end versions of the old Manfrotto 3232 tilt head swivel. The question is: are they worth the money and which of the three is the best option?
Asked by: William E
I can't compare the three heads, but I use the Really Right Stuff head (with the Arca Swiss plate). I use this head paired to a Gitzo monopod when shooting wildlife from the deck of of a ship. It worked very well this year shooting in both Baja and the Arctic, and easily supported a heavy telephoto lens. The Really Right Stuff head is a bit over priced (as most of their gear is), but it is well made and should last for years.
Answered by: Alan G.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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