Arca-Swiss Monoball Z1+ Single Pan Classic

BH #ARZ1 • MFR #801103
Arca-Swiss
Arca-Swiss Monoball Z1+ Single Pan Classic
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Arca-Swiss Z1 sp Overview

The Arca Swiss Monoball Z1+ Single Pan Classic builds on the success and popularity of their B-series ballheads. Z-Series ballheads are just as elegant, and even more perfect. The size and weight of the ball heads have been significantly reduced. The ball and fastening are now assembled using a patented bayonet mount. Various accessories can thus be quickly mounted to adapt the tripod as required.

In addition to the proven, patented Arca-Swiss features, including aspherical ball heads, axial clamping and PMF (progressive motion related friction control), the Z-Series also boasts new technical developments and optimized materials and coatings. The Z series can withstand an incredible 130 lb (59 kg) off-axis.

This model is the "sp" version, which features a single panning base. The Z1 head is also available as the "dp" version, with a double panning design.

Ever since their introduction over forty years ago, the Arca Swiss Monoballs have been at the forefront of quality and performance. Today, their unique shape (an ellipse rather than a sphere) is still what separates them from all others. With other ballheads, no matter how good the tension modulation, you invariably will need to increase the tension control as you move the load away from the center. This is because gravity has a greater effect on gear when not perfectly level.

The Arca Swiss Monoball eliminates the need to modulate the tension, because its elliptical nature corrects it by virtue of its own design. The load stays exactly where you tell it to once it's locked into position. A separate control is set to apply a constant minimum friction, which allows the photographer the peace of mind that comes with knowing that his gear will never move of its own volition. The heavier the equipment, the more the advantages of the Arca Swiss become evident.
The ballhead includes the "Arca" style quick release system for quick mounting and dismounting of cameras. This head now features the restyled quick release clamp, which features spring-loaded detent pins on both ends that project into the pockets or windows that are cut into the bottom of most manufactures quick release plates. Detent pins will prevent the plate from accidentally sliding out in the event that the knob is partially loosened. It also features a bubble level built in directly to the clamp.
A tension adjustment thumb-dial is built into the indexed friction control knob.
Base diameter of 2.7" (69mm), excluding knobs

Arca-Swiss Z1 sp Specs

General
Head TypeBall Head
Base Mount3/8"-16 Female
Load Capacity130 lb / 59 kg
Number of Bubble Levels1
Friction ControlYes
Physical
DimensionsH: 4.0" / H: 10.0 cm
Weight1.4 lb / 635 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.7 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.087 x 6.299 x 3.78"
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How would I go about servicing the ballhead under the 5 year warranty? Who does it close to Michigan? thanks
Asked by: Anonymous
You would have to contact their USA representative in Arizona. I will link you. http://rodklukas.com/arca-swiss/
Answered by: Matthew C.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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I bought the Kirk L-bracket for my Canon 5D Mark lll but am looking for the right Arca Swiss plate to accompany it. Do you know if it will work with the Monoball Z1 or can you recommend one that will work with the Kirk L-bracket.
Asked by: Anonymous
The Kirk L-brackets are designed to fit in Arca-Swiss or Arca-type quick release assemblies. This head will accept your Kirk L-bracket.
Answered by: Yos O.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

I have a canon 7D. Using this Arca-Swiss Z1 bullhead and a feisol CT-3442 tripod.What camera plate is recommended?
Asked by: Anonymous
The Arca-Swiss Universal Quick Release Plate will be suitable for this setup: http://bhpho.to/1hE5JRj
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

Sample picture is Z1(old model) Is this a new model Z1+? I couldnt find Z1+ in B&H.
Asked by: Takeshi K.
The Z1 you are referring to but in the Plus is the Z1g+And it is, Arca-Swiss Monoball Classic Z1g+ Ball Head B&H # ARZ1GDPMB MFR # 801123.
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

Is this the new Z1+ model or the old Z1? The PN (801103) is identical.
Asked by: Valentin R.
There are many Z1 models. The one you listed is the current model for the Z1 SP.The Z1G+ is a newer model but is different.
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

What is the difference between these two models which are priced almost identically (one is 10 cents more) but have different parts numbers: 801103 and 801104?
Asked by: Joseph
The 801103 has a tension controled screw knob to apply/release the quick release plate to the head with, vs the 801104 which features a flip-lock type of switch to apply and release the quick release plate with.
Answered by: Yos O.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

how to change the quick release clamp?
Asked by: Mary F.
Does the Moonball Z1 sp with Quick Release fit the Really Right Stuff TVC-33 Tripod?
Answered by: Theodore A.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Is it strong enough for use this with Sigma S 150-600mm ?
Asked by: andre
Yes, this ball head is rated to hold over 122 lbs off axis.
Answered by: Todd I.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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