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SmallRig Cool Ballhead Arm Super Clamp Mount Multi-function Double Ball Adapter with Bottom Clamp for Ronin-M, Ronin MX, Freefly MOVI - 1138
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- Cool-Ballhead-V4 is a Multi-Function Double Ball Head with bottom clamp and 1/4" threaded screw.
- Can Mount Monitors and led Lights to DSLR, 360º Articulation. 1/4"-20 Screw on Top.
- Can be mounted directly to a DSLR or camcorder's shoe mount, and allows for the attachment of a full array of video accessories.
- Used to attach monitors or small lights to your camera while shooting video, this ball head has a single locking knob for fast and safe operation.
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Cool-Ballhead-V4 is a Multi-Function Double Ball Head with bottom clamp and 1/4" screw.
Cool-Ballhead-V4 can Mount Monitors and led Lights to DSLR, 360º Articulation. 1/4"-20 Screw on Top.
It can be mounted directly to a DSLR or camcorder's shoe mount, and allows for the attachment of a full array of video accessories. Used to attach monitors or small lights to your camera while shooting video, this ball head has a single locking knob for fast and safe operation.
Seller Warranty Description100% Brand New,High Quality!2 Years Warranty Period.
Top Customer Reviews
Makes the perfect Laser Tracking system room placement system
The initial clamp I received from SmallRig had a defective ballhead arm, and no matter how hard I tried tightening the ballhead arm it was unable to hold my Zoom H5 in a horizontal or vertical position. My Zoom H5 weighs only 8.1 ounces with 2 AA batteries installed, so it was a fairly light load. I contacted the SmallRig customer service and they were prompt in their response. SmallRig replaced the defective product, and the new product I receive works great!
The new SmallRig clamp I received is able to hold my Zoom H5 in any position (horizontal or vertical without slipping out of position), and the Zoom H5 feels like it is solidly attached to the microphone stand. I can also put some light pressure on the Zoom H5 and it doesn't feel like it would move. I don't know the max weight specifications for the arm, but I would think it could hold up to 2 lbs or so and still have a solid hold.
The nice thing about this SmallRig clamp is that you can remove the ballhead arm from the clamp (see pictures), so this product is really two different items: (1) a clamp that has a standard 1/4" female thread and 3/8" female thread on the back-side of clamp (see photo); and (2) a ballhead arm that has a standard 1/4" male screw at both ends (see photo). I really like the flexibility that this product provides, since you can remove the ballhead arm from the clamp and install a different type of arm that has a standard 1/4" male screw to this clamp. You can also independently use the ballhead arm on something else, since the ballhead arm has standard 1/4" male screws at both ends. (Note: To remove the ballhead arm from the clamp, you just tighten the ballhead arm with the knob and rotate the arm counter-clockwise, and it will unscrew from the clamp base.)
This is a handy product and it can have a great many uses. SmallRig also has great customer service, so I would buy from them again.
The glossy black plastic handle to adjust can be quite annoying to grab onto.
Reviewers have said the handle is weak. If either the threaded portion or the sliding handle itself breaks off, it should be replaceable with a bolt of similar size from Home Depot. Some have mentioned the ball joint getting loose. I haven't had problems yet, so could be the weight of the device being used. When mines arrived, I noticed the chrome bolt between the clamp and the ball joint was loose. I didn't think this needed to be since movement occurs at the ball joint clamp. I used Loctite Red to hold this chrome bolt in place permanently.
I am currently not using the actual clamp part and instead using the 1/4 20 screws to attach to my Sony a6300 rig to mount a SmallHD701 with the large Sony battery on the back. Even when shooting with a Devin Graham Glidecam on a body vest / arm - it holds well.
Minor knock for not including the locking plastic deal on both the top and bottom but it still works great.