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Robus RTH-1050 Triple Action Ball Head

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Robus RTH-1050 Triple Action Ball Head
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 55 lb
  • Height: 5"
  • Weight: 1.8 lb
  • Arca-Type Compatible Quick Release
The sturdy RTH-1050 Triple Action Ball Head from Robus is a rugged, full-featured ball head that provides a combination of strength and functionality for use in the studio or on location. With a generous load capacity of up to 55 pounds, the RTH-1050 can support cameras up to full-sized DSLRs with massive telephoto lenses and still provide a full range of movements. The main locking knob turns easily to tighten and loosen the large 2.2 inch ball and features an ergonomic and intuitive tension adjustment dial. Adjustable tension control ensures that a level friction is always applied to the ball to prevent losing control of the camera when repositioning. The Arca-type quick release receiver incorporates an integrated bubble level for precise horizontal alignment and is compatible with a multitude of Arca-type quick release plates, camera brackets, and other related accessories.
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Robus RTH-1050 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Load Capacity
  • 3Tension Control
  • 4Arca-Type Compatible Quick Release System
  • 5Panoramic Base
  • 6Aircraft-Grade Aluminum
  • 7Solid Brass-Reinforced Socket
  • 890° Notch

The sturdy RTH-1050 Triple Action Ball Head from Robus is a rugged, full-featured ball head that provides a combination of strength and functionality for use in the studio or on location. With a generous load capacity of up to 55 pounds, the RTH-1050 can support cameras up to full-sized DSLRs with massive telephoto lenses and still provide a full range of movements. The main locking knob turns easily to tighten and loosen the large 2.2 inch ball and features an ergonomic and intuitive tension adjustment dial. Adjustable tension control ensures that a level friction is always applied to the ball to prevent losing control of the camera when repositioning. The Arca-type quick release receiver incorporates an integrated bubble level for precise horizontal alignment and is compatible with a multitude of Arca-type quick release plates, camera brackets, and other related accessories.

Load Capacity

The generous 55 lb load capacity of the RTH-1050 enables the smooth positioning of almost any type of camera, ranging from simple compact models up to heavy camera-plus-lens combinations, with stable and secure results.

Tension Control

The locking knob includes an integrated tension dial that sets the minimum amount of friction on the ball. This ensures there's friction, even when the main locking knob is disengaged. This feature assures control of your camera and lens when you need to quickly unlock and reposition the ball head.

Arca-Type Compatible Quick Release System

The Arca-type compatible quick release plate allows the camera and lens set to be quickly mounted. It incorporates a bubble level for precise horizontal alignment, and a +/- 25mm scale for precise quick release plate positioning. The included AQR-60 quick release plate has a D-ring 1/4"-20" mounting screw, rubber traction strips to prevent camera rotation, and security pins to prevent it from accidentally releasing from the mounting platform while being positioned.

Panoramic Base

The panning base operates independently from the main tension knob and features its own locking knob. A highly visible precision scale adds simplicity to panoramic imaging and creating repeatable results.

Aircraft-Grade Aluminum

For exceptional strength and stability, the RTH-1050 head is constructed with aircraft-grade aluminum that can stand up to demanding use and travel and perform at the highest level. All of the control knobs are cross-hatch knurled for easy gripping.

Solid Brass-Reinforced Socket

The base of the RTH-1050 ball head features an industry-standard 3/8"-16 mounting socket machined from corrosion-resistant brass, making it compatible with virtually any tripod leg set.The socket is made from reinforced brass to resist wear for long life and reliable, secure tightening.

90° Notch

Quickly change the camera orientation from landscape to portrait using the 90° notch.
UPC: 847628026636

Robus RTH-1050 Specs

General
Head TypeBall Head
Base Mount3/8"-16 Female
Quick Release Plate TypeArca-Type
Load Capacity55 lb / 24.95 kg
Number of Bubble Levels1
Friction ControlYes
Independent Pan LockYes
MaterialAluminum
Pan & Tilt Range
Lateral Tilt-45° to +45°
Vertical Tilt+90° to 0°
Panning Range360°
Physical
Ball Sphere Diameter2.17" / 55 mm
Base Diameter2.75" / 6.99 cm
Dimensionsø: 2.7 x H: 5.0" / ø: 6.9 x H: 12.7 cm
Weight1.8 lb / 0.82 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.9 x 5.2 x 3.9"
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Is Robus RTH-1050 made in China?

Is Robus RTH-1050 made in China?
Asked by: EUGENE
Yes, this product is manufactured in China. :)
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2021-03-05

Why is this ball head not recommended for use on ...

Why is this ball head not recommended for use on a monopod?
Asked by: Michael
Typically ball heads offer too much motion when unlocked, which can be hard to handle when using a monopod. With only two hands to grip onto the camera or lens; monopod itself; or the head/tension release knob, using a ballhead could make it difficult to secure the lens in the correct position/orientation. Alternatively, using a monopod head limits the motion to a single axis via the primary tension knob, making it easier to adjust for tilt while not giving you any hassle with pan or roll.
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2021-04-12

Can this ball head be used on a monopod?

Can this ball head be used on a monopod?
Asked by: Stephen
Yes, it will mount to a 3/8"-16 screw on a monopod without issue, although it's typically not recommended.
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2021-03-21
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