Benro BV8 Pro Twin-Leg Video Tripod Kit with DL-08 Tripod Dolly

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Benro BV8 Pro Twin-Leg Video Tripod Kit with DL-08 Tripod Dolly
Key Features
  • 17.6 lb Capacity Tripod Head
  • 75mm Leveling Ball Head
  • 2-Stage Legs with Mid-Level Spreader
  • 33" Base-Diameter Tripod Dolly
Supporting camera rigs weighing up to 17.6 pounds, the BV8 Pro Twin-Leg Video Tripod Kit with DL-08 Tripod Dolly from B&H bundles the Benro BV8 Pro video head, a two-stage aluminum tripod with mid-level spreader, and the Benro DL-08 tripod dolly. Use this bundle to securely position your larger camcorder, DSLR, or mirrorless camera for all types of shots including pans, tilts, and smooth dolly moves.
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BV8 Pro Twin-Leg Video Tripod Kit with DL-08 Tripod Dolly Overview

Supporting camera rigs weighing up to 17.6 pounds, the BV8 Pro Twin-Leg Video Tripod Kit with DL-08 Tripod Dolly from B&H bundles the Benro BV8 Pro video head, a two-stage aluminum tripod with mid-level spreader, and the Benro DL-08 tripod dolly. Use this bundle to securely position your larger camcorder, DSLR, or mirrorless camera for all types of shots including pans, tilts, and smooth dolly moves.

Benro BV8 Twin-Leg Aluminum Tripod Kit

The Benro BV8 Twin-Leg Aluminum Tripod Kit is a complete tripod system ideal for studio applications and handling larger camera rigs weighing up to 17.6 pounds. The kit pairs the 75mm-ball BV8 video head with a twin-leg aluminum tripod. The BV8 head features a 5-step counterbalance system to dial in the correct amount for your setup, and independent 4-step pan and tilt drag settings for precise control over camera movements. A Manfrotto 501/504PL compatible sliding quick release plate is provided. All the main controls aside from counterbalance are located on the left side of the head, making it easy to make adjustments with a single hand while operating the camera. For added versatility, the 75mm ball tie-down stud is removable to convert the head to a flat base for use on a slider or other support device.

The 2-stage, 3-section twin-leg aluminum tripod incorporates a 75mm bowl and offers sturdy support for the BV8 head. It features oversized quick positive leg locks for simple and fast setup, an adjustable/removable mid-level spreader, and dual spiked feet with removable rubber pads. The tripod system extends to a maximum height of 63", while getting as low as 28". A carry case and shoulder strap are included.

Head

  • Supports up to 17.6 lb
  • Removable tie-down stud to convert to flat base head
  • 5-step (0 to 4) counterbalance
  • Independent 4-step (0 to 3) pan and tilt drag
  • -70° to +90° tilt range
  • Manfrotto 501/504PL compatible sliding plate
  • Two 3/8"-16 accessory threads for mounting accessories, such as a monitor or recorder
  • Bubble level

Legs

  • Twin-leg aluminum tripod with 100mm bowl fitting
  • 28 to 63" height range (with head attached)
  • Oversized twist-lever leg locks
  • Adjustable/removable mid-level spreader
  • Dual spiked feet with removable rubber pads

Benro DL-08 Tripod Dolly

Dedicated to select Benro tripods, the DL-08 Tripod Dolly allows you to easily move your tripod around the room to quickly and seamlessly re-position a camera. Independent step-on wheel locks are integrated into each wheel to lock it and prevent it from rotating and rolling, ensuring greater stability. The working base is 33", and the dolly folds up for compact transport and features a built-in carry handle.

Compatibility

Benro A573TBS7, A673TMBS8, AD71FK5, BV6, BV8, and BV10 Tripods

Benro BV8 Twin-Leg Aluminum Tripod Kit Specs

Head
Load Capacity17.6 lb / 8 kg
Head Mount75 mm bowl
Counterbalance5-step (0 to 4)
Pan Drag4-step (0 to 3) fluid cartridge
Tilt Drag4-step (0 to 3) fluid cartridge
Panning Range360°
Tilt Range-70° to +90°
Quick Release PlateQR13 (Manfrotto 501/504PL compatible)
1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 cameras screws
Accessory Mounting Threads2 x 3/8"-16
Legs
MaterialAluminum
Stages2
Sections3
General
Minimum Height28" / 71.1 cm
Maximum Height63" / 160 cm, at 24° leg angle with column extended
Folded Length34.1" / 86.7 cm
Weight14 lb / 6.3 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight20.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)38.78 x 9.58 x 9.38"

Benro DL-08 Tripod Dolly Specs

General
Tripod Foot CompatibilitySpiked Feet
Adjustable FootprintNo
Folded Length21" / 53.3 cm
Height7.0" / 17.8 cm
Locking WheelsYes
Wheel Diameter3" / 7.6 cm
Cable GuardsNo
Weight7.8 lb / 3.5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight8.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)21.9 x 7.6 x 7.2"
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I submitted a review on this tripod like a week ago, what happened?
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I am sorry if your review has not yet appeared on our website. We receive many reviews daily and they may take some time to filter through our system. Feel free to re-submit your review.
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What is the difference between this head and the older H8 from Benro?
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