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Robus SBM-001 Stabilizing Base for Monopods

BH #ROSBM001 • MFR #SBM-001
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Robus SBM-001 Stabilizing Base for Monopods
Key Features
  • For Monopods with 3/8"-16 Socket Thread
  • Adds Stability to Monopods
  • Folding Legs for Convenient Transport
  • Integrated Locking Ball-Joint
The SBM-001 Stabilizing Base for Monopods from Robus screws into most monopods with a 3/8"-16 threaded socket and offers enhanced stability while shooting with a monopod. The three folding legs open and lock into place when it's time to shoot, then conveniently fold up along the monopod for easy transport. Nonslip rubber feet provide extra traction on slick surfaces like gym floors or pool decks. The integrated ball joint allows the camera to be swiveled and tilted without losing the advantage of the monopod's stability. The ball joint lock prevents the monopod from tilting under a heavy load for greater control and can lock to a fixed position for extra control and stability. The ball joint's friction control allows the base's flexibility to be adjusted to suit the weight of the camera and lens combination. The legs unlock with the push of a button for rapid deployment, then fold up along the monopod, adding only minimal length to the rig. When removed from the monopod, these lightweight legs fold up to a compact 6.3", so they'll easily fit into a gear bag, back pack, or even a jacket pocket.
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Can the ball head be locked in angle? When using ...

Can the ball head be locked in angle? When using monopod on inclined ground..
Asked by: Vlado
Yes. The ball joint lock on the Robus SBM-001 Stabilizing Base prevents the monopod from tilting under a heavy load for greater control and can lock to a fixed position for extra control and stability.
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2022-11-11

Can the Robus SBM-001 be used as a mini-tripod to ...

Can the Robus SBM-001 be used as a mini-tripod to which one can add a tripod head, e.g., a ball head ?
Asked by: Christopher
Yup! Any head with a 3/8"-16 mounting thread (approximately 99% of the heads out there) will work. :)
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2021-03-02

Can this be used with the Oben ACM-2400? I don't ...

Can this be used with the Oben ACM-2400? I don't see a thread to attach to the bottom.
Asked by: Sarah
No. Only the Oben ACM-2400L offers a removable footprint.
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2022-02-24

Locking the ball head.....I don't see any thumb ...

Locking the ball head.....I don't see any thumb screw in the pictures.So,how do you lock the ball head?Thank you
Asked by: eugen
If you look just below the threads there is ring. you turn that to lock it down or make loose.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2021-12-26

What compound can be safely used to lock the male ...

What compound can be safely used to lock the male threads of the three legged base (they're metal) to the female threads of a Robus monopod (they're plastic)? Thanks to the community for your help!
Asked by: Jack
The manufacturer does not list a recommendation for a compound to lock the threads of the Robus SBM-001 Stabilizing Base for Monopods. While not an item carried/recommended by B&H, a compound that is designed for use with metal and plastic such as the Loctite 42540 Blue 425 Assure Plastic Fastener Threadlocker may work for your stated usage needs.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2022-01-30

What holds the three feet up against the monopod ...

What holds the three feet up against the monopod when they are not spread out? Are they spring-loaded?
Asked by: John
The feet on the Robus SBM-001 Stabilizing Base for Monopod, move with tension and do not have springs.
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2022-07-04
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