Benro GH3 Aluminum Gimbal Head

Benro GH3 Aluminum Gimbal Head

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The Benro Gimbal Head GH3 is a real boon for serious sports and wildlife photographers utilising large telephoto lenses. Heavy lenses can be hard to handle on a tripod, especially when tracking movement. Gimbal tripod heads are the solution; allowing the camera to smoothly track the action. The head features full horizontal angle adjustment with 360 degree panning. The tilt locking mechanism has drag control and a safety lock. The GH3 head is a further development of the Benro GH2 and can easily be broken down for ease of packing; a trait which coupled with the lightweight aluminium construction makes the head ideal for those travelling far afield in search of subject matter. Manufactured out of aluminium, it is lightweight, easy and comfortable to use. The GH3 head is fully compatible with Universal Arca Swiss QR systems and Benro PL lens plates. Supplied with a PL100 lens plate.
Attribute Value
Attachment Thread:1/4 inch female
Head Type:Gimbal
Height (cm):23.9
Maximum Load (grams):25000
Mount Thread:3/8 inch male
Weight (g):1760

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