Benro GD3WH Precision Geared Head

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The Benro GD3WH Geared Head is designed to offer precision control of camera positioning and will surely be popular with studio still life photographers as well as those landscape photographers who spend their time chas-ing golden hours at sunrise and sunset.

The GD3WH delivers separate, precision movement in three axis, allowing the user to quickly set the camera position before using the large control knobs to apply minute movements guaranteeing absolute precision posi-tioning for that perfectly framed shot.

The ‘classic’ design offers user familiarity, but unlike some other geared heads currently available in the market, the GD3WH uses an Arca-style compatible quick release plate allowing the photographer to use different types of heads without the need to change plates.

To ensure smooth, accurate operation and long life, components have been designed using premium materials and by using magnesium alloy in its construction, the overall weight of the GD3WH has been kept low, at just 870g, without compromising the maximum load capability of 6kg.

Three levels built into the main body of the head that allow you to make sure you are set-up perfectly level for the shot you are after.

Head movement Up/Down Tilt +90*/-30* Landscape Tilt –90*/+30*

Tested in demanding conditions by respected professional photographers, the introduction of the Benro GD3WH Geared Head confirms Benro’s reputation as a premium supplier of camera supports and accessories.
Attribute Value
Head Type:3-Way
Maximum Load (grams):6000
Weight (g):870

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