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Really Right Stuff Monopod Head with Indexing Lever-Release Clamp

BH #REMH02LR • MFR #MH-02 LR
Really Right Stuff Monopod Head with Indexing Lever-Release Clamp
Key Features
  • 75 lb Load Capacity
  • Horizontal Quick Release Orientation
  • 180-Degree Tilt
  • Arca-Type Dovetail Base
The Monopod Head with Indexing 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 horizontal left to right camera tilting but you can change the orientation to vertical fore and aft lens tilting by turning the clamp 90 degrees using the supplied hex key. 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-02 LR Overview

The Monopod Head with Indexing 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 horizontal left to right camera tilting but you can change the orientation to vertical fore and aft lens tilting by turning the clamp 90 degrees using the supplied hex key. 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: 818413022768

Really Right Stuff MH-02 LR Specs

Material of Front Bezel
Aluminum
Load Capacity
75 lb / 34 kg
Quick Release
Indexing Lever-Release Clamp
Height
3.6" / 91 mm
Base Dimensions
Width: 1.5 / 38 mm
Mounting
3/8"-16 Socket
Weight
16.2 oz / 458 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight
1.305 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
5.9 x 5 x 4.55"

Really Right Stuff MH-02 LR Reviews

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Do you have a recommended storage bag for the ...

Do you have a recommended storage bag for the Really Right Stuff MH-02 LR? My MH-01 came with a matching storage bag.
Asked by: James C.
There is no bag specifically made for the Really Right Stuff Monopod Head but you could use a lens case such as this Ruggard: https://bhpho.to/45OMEMV
Answered by: Dan W
Date published: 2024-06-03

Would this be compatiable with F38 base plate?

Would this be compatiable with F38 base plate?
Asked by: Nersi
Yes, the Really Right Stuff Monopod Head with Indexing Lever-Release Clamp is compatible with Falcam's F38.
Answered by: David B
Date published: 2024-02-27

Will this fit the mefoto walk about monopod?

Will this fit the mefoto walk about monopod?
Asked by: Ashton
Really Right Stuff Monopod Head with Indexing Lever-Release Clamp BH #REMH02LR will not directly fit the MeFOTO WalkAbout Aluminum Monopod so you will need a 3/8"-16 to 1/4"-20 Reducer Bushing.
Answered by: Samik G
Date published: 2023-01-10

question

Does this monopod come with a base plate included? Do I need to specifically purchase separate base plates for my Canon 5d4 and larger lenses such as the Canon 100-400mm IS II and 70-200mm f2.8 is II?
Asked by: lorraine
I HAVE THE VERSION WITH THE KNOB RATHER THAN THE QUICK RELEASE LEVER. MOUNTING PLATES ARE ATTACHED TO CAMERAS AND BODIES AND TEND TO BE MODEL SPECIFIC. FOR THIS REASON, THEY ARE NOT INCLUDED AS PART OF THE MONOPOD HEAD. A CHECK OF THE INCLUDED IN THE BOX SECTION WILL CONFIRM THIS FOR YOU.
Answered by: Robert T.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

re: The indexed quick release clamp is oriented for horizontal left to right camera tilting but you can change the orientation to vertical fore and aft lens tilting by turning the clamp 90 degrees using the supplied hex key. I believe this copy applies to a less expensive RRS monopod head. It appears that the top platform / clamp of this monopod head can be quickly reoriented without tools using a thumb screw. Can B&H confirm?
Asked by: Danny
There are three versions of the RRS monopod head: 1) Standard Screw Knob Clamp; 2) Standard Lever-Release Clamp; and, 3) Indexing Lever-Release Clamp. The two standard versions require a hex key to reorient the clamp whereas the indexing version and be reoriented without tools.
Answered by: William E H.
Date published: 2024-01-14

question

What is the difference is between the indexing version and the standard version? I see the standard one has the spirit level which the indexing one doesn't so trying to work out why it's $90 more?
Asked by: Cameron
The difference between RRS MH-01 and Indexing MH-02 monopod heads is best explained in the RRS video in youtube, type the following in the search bar:really right stuff monopod head with standard lever-release clampI purchased the MH-02 head as I did not wish to carry a separate tool and the orientation change was fast and elegant. The omission of the spirit level in MH-02 was not an issue with me as it would be really difficult to level the camera & lens on a monopod.
Answered by: John L.
Date published: 2023-06-01
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