SKU: GC11-103027

Sirui BCH-20 Video Head

For professional video applications, the Sirui BCH-20 Video Head has based on a 75mm ball mount for use on compatible tripod legs or other accessories such as sliders and jibs. Friction adjustment can be applied in 3 steps, with the 0 settings providing nearly-frictionless movement. A 7-step adjustable counterbalance can compensate for cameras weighing up to 22 pounds. The BCH-20 is controlled with dual rosette-mounted panhandles. Both panhandles easily extend for greater leverage when using heavier cameras. Extra camera-mount screws are kept in 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 tapped holes on the sides of the head. When vacated, these holes can also be used as accessory mounting points. The calibrated camera platform secures the camera plate with dual locks, preventing the camera from accidentally falling off the head during adjustment. To save time when balancing your camera, the platform is etched with calibrated measurements. Aluminium alloy is used in the construction for durability while maintaining a manageable weight.

Features:

3 levels of friction control for panning and tilting, with 0 position for near-frictionless operation

7 levels of counterbalance adjustment

Dual bubble levels: Illuminated base bubble level and second top bubble level

Dual Safety Lock Quick Release Platform: Prevents the camera from sliding off the head while aligning for proper balance

Calibrated Quick Release Platform: Easily reposition your equipment using the etched scale on the platform

Dual telescoping handles

Extra 1/4" and 1/8" screws stored in the integrated threads

Integrated 75mm ball mount

Separate pan and tilt lock knobs

Quick-release plate included

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Product Overview

For professional video applications, the Sirui BCH-20 Video Head has based on a 75mm ball mount for use on compatible tripod legs or other accessories such as sliders and jibs. Friction adjustment can be applied in 3 steps, with the 0 settings providing nearly-frictionless movement. A 7-step adjustable counterbalance can compensate for cameras weighing up to 22 pounds. The BCH-20 is controlled with dual rosette-mounted panhandles. Both panhandles easily extend for greater leverage when using heavier cameras. Extra camera-mount screws are kept in 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 tapped holes on the sides of the head. When vacated, these holes can also be used as accessory mounting points. The calibrated camera platform secures the camera plate with dual locks, preventing the camera from accidentally falling off the head during adjustment. To save time when balancing your camera, the platform is etched with calibrated measurements. Aluminium alloy is used in the construction for durability while maintaining a manageable weight.

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