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Sunwayfoto DT-01D50 Tilt Head with Clamp

BH #SUDT01D50 • MFR #DT-0150
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Sunwayfoto DT-01D50 Tilt Head with Clamp
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 26.5 lb
  • Height: 3.3"
  • Weight: 11.8 oz
  • Removable Arca-Type Compatible Clamp
The DT-01D50 Tilt Head with Quick-Release Clamp from Sunwayfoto includes the DT-01 Tilt Head and the DDC-50 Screw-Knob Clamp. The DT-01 adds adjustable +90 to -90 degrees of tilt to your monopod or tripod. The head supports 26.5 lb and mounts to any support with a 3/8"-16 mounting screw, or to a 1/4"-20 mounting screw by using the included bushing adapter.
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Sunwayfoto DT-0150 Overview

The DT-01D50 Tilt Head with Quick-Release Clamp from Sunwayfoto includes the DT-01 Tilt Head and the DDC-50 Screw-Knob Clamp. The DT-01 adds adjustable +90 to -90 degrees of tilt to your monopod or tripod. The head supports 26.5 lb and mounts to any support with a 3/8"-16 mounting screw, or to a 1/4"-20 mounting screw by using the included bushing adapter.

For additional flexibility, the bottom plate of the tilt head has an Arca-type compatible dovetail. This allows you to mount the head to a compatible quick-release clamp, for quick changes. Tilt markings on the side of the head provide a rough reference of tilt angle. The DDC-50 is an Arca-type compatible clamp with a removable bubble level and index marks for accurately placing your QR plate. The tilt head weighs 12.5 oz, and stands 3.3" high.

Sunwayfoto DT-0150 Specs

Base Mount Thread Size
3/8"-16 with 1/4"-20 bushing adapter
Width
Base: 1.5" (39 mm) Top with Clamp Removed: 1.5" (39 mm)
Height
3.34" (85 mm)
Maximum Load
26.5 lb (12 kg)
Weight
12.5 oz (355 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight
1.02 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
5.55 x 4.6 x 4.05"

Sunwayfoto DT-0150 Reviews

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question

is it possible to rotate the clamp 90 degrees to change the orientation of the clamp to the tilt?
Asked by: Raymond F.
The clamp CAN be rotated 90 degrees on this one. That said, it took a lot of force on the Allen key to break the loctite on the screw. It was on tight enough to almost make me think maybe it isn't supposed to come off. But it finally broke loose. That said, there's holes in the base beneath the clamp that line up with the slots in the bottom of the clamp, it's supposed to have pins there to keep the clamp from rotating. The pins weren't installed, but were included in the bag with the exact size Allen key to remove the clamp, pretty much proof that they intend you to be able to remove it yourself and reorient it 90 degrees. Dropped the pins in where they're supposed to be and put the bracket back on turned 90 degrees. Perfect.
Answered by: Christopher B.
Date published: 2020-06-03
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