Neewer Mini Ball Head with Lock and Hot Shoe Adapter Camera Cradle
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- This ball head adapter fits onto a standard accessory shoe and locks into position
- Includes a standard 1/4 tripod thread post
- Ball head can be adjusted into most any position
- Use to mount accessories onto a flash bracket
- Note: This ball head doesn't compatible with all the ring flash light. Camera and LED light are not included.
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|Color||Mini Ball Head|
|Item Dimensions||0.98 x 1.57 x 2.56 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.2 pounds|
Note: This ball head doesn't compatible with all the ring flash light.
Note: Camera and LED light are not included.
This ball head adapter fits onto a standard accessory shoe and locks into position
Includes a standard 1/4 tripod thread post
Ball head can be adjusted into most any position
Use to mount accessories onto a flash bracket
Weight: 2.3 oz
Package Size: 6.5 x 4 x 2.5 cm
1 x Mini Ball Head with Lock and Hot Shoe Adapter Camera Cradle
Top Customer Reviews
I also tested this as a base for a mid-weight DSLR (a Nikon D7000 body, no lens), and it holds statically, but obviously that's an even bigger and more unbalance (once a lens is added) weight than an external monitor, so it's not a use I'd recommend.
I would not trust this to stay on camera and certainly will not order it again.
The knurled knob that screws against the hot shoe based is drilled with a hole far too large.
The knob is very sloppy and loose on the base-bolt it is supposed to fit. Only reason I gave it two starts instead of one is that, -for now- the threads have (barely) held, so that the ball can support extremely light items. I definitely would not trust it to hold anything of value atop the camera. Due to the severely loose threads the knob cannot be tightened enough on the hot shoe, without stripping the threads.
I don't know if all the balls have this major fail, but I don't suspect just one knob was drilled with the wrong bit size during factory production.
The lock on it isn't really strong, and it doesn't really hold my camera that well. When I think I have my shot centered just right, I'll lock it, and my camera will shift and drop a bit - ruining my framing.
If you can shell out a bit more for a better mount, please do...but if you're on a budget, this will barely do the job, but it'll get it done none-the-less.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If it had the set screw would rate higherRead more