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Benro DJ80 Monopod Quick Release Tilthead, 5.5 Lbs Maximum Load

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About Benro DJ80

The Benro DJ-80 monopod tilthead provides a perfect camera platform for any Benro Monopod. A built-in quick release system offers rapid mounting and dismounting of any camera or lens while a single locking knob provides front-rear axis tilt control. Plus, an integral high visibility bubble level makes camera leveling quick and easy. Scales provide quick and easy repositioning and a built-in bubble ensures fast camera leveling.

Benro DJ80 Features

  • Dual Locking Quick Release System: Patented spring lock combined with manual release provide extra security
  • Integrated Bubble Level: Allows adjustment to prevent uneven pans and tripod head movements
  • Snap-in Quick Release Plates: Interchangeable QR system assures effortless and rapid camera changes

Benro DJ80 Specifications

Top Plate or Base Plate Diameter
1.2 in
Maximum Load
5.5 lbs
Folded Height
2.7 in
Leg Size
0, 1 & 2
Head Mount
Quick release Type
Snap-In Style (PH08)
0.6 lbs / 0.27 kg
Mfr #

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Reviewed by 1 customers


The perfect head for my monopod


I originally wanted a ball head for my new Benro monopod, but after doing some youtube research, I discovered that a tilt head would work better. It just so happens that Benro makes one, at a good price. It's well made and I like the way the quick release works. It's perfect!


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Shopper  Will this fit onto a monpod to allow portrait as well as landscape photo opportunities?
PATRICK E  Hello, I would have to say "no" to your question. I bought it specifically for the fact that it only tilts in one direction, forward and backward and would therefore be more sturdy and stable--which I have found it to be. I'm shooting video with this which is always going to be landscape as opposed to portrait. I'm really happy with mine. The quick release mount has a double-action lever that's great. And the wide knob turns very smooth and allows for as little or as much torque as you want use. .....You know?, you COULD mount your camera on this "sideways" (90 degrees to one side) and tilt forward 90 degrees and rotate it around. I THINK that would work fine; that's something to consider. I hope this helps you decide. -- Patrick
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