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"
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Date published: 2020-12-11

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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?
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