Slik SBH-100DQ Ball Head with Quick Release, for Compact Point-and-Shoot Digital and Film Cameras, Maximum Load 3.5 Lbs.

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About Slik SBH-100DQ

The SBH-100 DQ is a compact, lightweight ballhead with mini quick release system that is ideal for any point-and-shoot digital or film camera, a bridge camera or lightweight SLR system. The head features an easy to use single-lever release that locks the camera into place with one single action.

Differing itself from many inexpensive ball heads on the market, the base of this head can rotate in addition to the ball movement. This makes horizontal movement of the camera much faster and easier. The low-profile quick release plate makes mounting and removing the camera much faster and easier as well.



The Slik SBH-100DQ is commonly used for Travel and more.The Slik SBH-100DQ is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Enthusiast among others.The Slik SBH-100DQ is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Slik SBH-100DQ: Easy to use, Fits well and Lightweight

Summary of Customer Reviews

(8)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Easy to use (8),Lightweight (5),Fits well (4),Reliable (3)
Best Uses:
Travel (4),Everyday (3),Night shots (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Enthusiast (4)

Slik SBH-100DQ Specifications

Head Type
Lightweight Ballhead
Tripod Mount Thread
Size: 1/4-20
Quick Release
Yes
Head Height
2.70 in.
Max Load Capacity
3.5 lbs (of properly balanced equipment)
Maximum Camera Supported: Lightweight SLR system
Weight
4.60 oz.

Slik SBH-100DQ Reviews

Review Snapshot®

 
4.6

(based on 8 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Light & easy to use.

I use it with a knob on bottom for video with my G9. I call it a knob pod.

Reviewed by 8 customers

 
4.0

Nice ball head for tripod

By

from Denton, TX  -  Casual Photographer

Changed the three way head for this one for more convenience. I am using a Nikon D40, one of the smaller cameras. Haven't had any problems with the head. Though it is sometimes tricky to position the camera and the clamp when trying for a portrait frame.

 
5.0

Smooth Articulation

By

from Akron, OH  -  Photo Enthusiast

When I nest the quick-release plate that automatically trips the cam lock, the camera is retained but with a little play. Further snugging the cam lock removes the play. Not sure if this is by design but it's not real a problem - especially for the price. Very smooth articulation for an inexpensive ball head.

 
5.0

suit for high end point and shoot camera

By

from Orono, ME  -  Photo Enthusiast

Light and durable, suit for my fuji X10 when traveling.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Light & easy to use.

By

from Naw'lin , La.  -  Casual Photographer

I use it with a knob on bottom for video with my G9. I call it a knob pod.

 
4.0

Nice ball head

By

from Michigan, US  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

This is a very nice, inexpensive but sturdy ball head. I really like the quick release. I leave the plate on my camera all the time, as it's small and doesn't get in the way. I have this ball head on my Slik monopod as well as my table-top tripod. I use the bigger ball head (SBH-120DQ) on my full-size tripod.

 
4.0

Cheap & Good

By

from New York, NY  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

Got it to use on my Leki Walking stick that can double as a monopod. Supports my FZ35 well when I zoom the lens all out. Wish it has 3/8" mounting, but for the price, its OK. Very lightweight compared to Manfrotto 482 ballhead on my table tripod. How reliable it is, time will tell.

 
5.0

Bargain hunters tripod converter

By

from Orlando, FL  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

Let's say I'm frugal ("cheap" sounds so tacky), so this little ball head let me convert a really inexpensive (<$20) video tripod into a fully functional light-weight still-photography tripod; video tripods don't let you change platform orientation. My Nikon D70 weighs 2.5#, so the ball-head's 3.5# limit is just fine. I highly recommend this ball head for other frugal photographers. The 1/4-20 female thread allows it to be adapted to any tripod...inexpensive or otherwise.

 
5.0

lightweight head a substantial performer

By

from BRONXVILLE NY  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

DOES A GREAT JOB FOR ITS SIZE. LIGHT EASY TO USE. IT SEEMS THAT IT WOULD LAST. ANOTHER REALLY EFFECTIVE SLIK PRODUCT.

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