SKU: GC11-112507

Sirui A-10R Ball Head

Offered here in black, the A10R Low Gravity Ball Head from Sirui is an ergonomically designed ball head with a high load capacity of 44 lb. The head features a dual panoramic design with 360° rotation directly beneath the quick release plate and 360° rotation at the base of the ball head. Easy-to-see scales enable you to precisely control panoramic movements, and large locking knobs for pan, tilt, and friction control secure your camera and lens system in place. A plate lock adds an extra level of security while your camera is mounted to the head, and a bubble level for fast and accurate levelling is positioned at the top of the ball head.

Features:

The high load capacity of 44 lb

Plate lock for camera and lens security

Dual panoramic design

360° rotation directly beneath the quick release plate with panorama platform locking knob

360° panorama base with panorama base lock

Large ball lock for secure tightening

Friction control knob for precise adjustments

Bubble level for levelling

Regular price $151.20
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Product Overview

Offered here in black, the A10R Low Gravity Ball Head from Sirui is an ergonomically designed ball head with a high load capacity of 44 lb. The head features a dual panoramic design with 360° rotation directly beneath the quick release plate and 360° rotation at the base of the ball head. Easy-to-see scales enable you to precisely control panoramic movements, and large locking knobs for pan, tilt, and friction control secure your camera and lens system in place. A plate lock adds an extra level of security while your camera is mounted to the head, and a bubble level for fast and accurate levelling is positioned at the top of the ball head.

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