Slik SBH-200DS Ball Head, Maximum Load 10 Lbs.

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About Slik SBH-200DS



The Slik SBH-200DS is commonly used for Home, Landscape/scenery, Night shots, Portraits, Travel and more.The Slik SBH-200DS is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Photo enthusiast among others.The Slik SBH-200DS is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Slik SBH-200DS: Attaches firmly, Stable and Strong clamp

Summary of Customer Reviews

(7)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Stable (6),Attaches firmly (4),Strong clamp (4),Large range of motion (3)
Best Uses:
Landscape/scenery (5),Home (4),Night shots (4),Portraits (4),Travel (4),Sports/action (3),Wildlife (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (5)

Slik SBH-200DS Specifications

Maximum Load
10.0 lbs (4535g)
Head Mount
Camera Mounting Screw: 3/8 with U-20 reducer
Height
3.4 in (87mm)
Weight
12.3 oz (350g)
Mfr #
SBH200DS
SKU
SLSBH200DS

Slik SBH-200DS Reviews

Review Snapshot®

 
4.3

(based on 7 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great Ballhead

This is a great ballhead for the weight. I compared this against my Manfrotto 3-way head, and it is every bit as stable. Crazy, I know. I bought this for my ultralight hiking tripod (a Slik Spring Mini II), so I'm glad that there isn't a second knob for panning adjustment. I would rather have the reduced weight. The people complaining that there are no replacement quick-release plates are dumb. This uses a standard Arcatech-type plate. Slik doesn't make a replacement plate because there are a...

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This is a great ballhead for the weight. I compared this against my Manfrotto 3-way head, and it is every bit as stable. Crazy, I know. I bought this for my ultralight hiking tripod (a Slik Spring Mini II), so I'm glad that there isn't a second knob for panning adjustment. I would rather have the reduced weight. The people complaining that there are no replacement quick-release plates are dumb. This uses a standard Arcatech-type plate. Slik doesn't make a replacement plate because there are already a dozen other manufacturers that do. The second (smaller) knob on the plate receiver is a locking thing that prevents the plate and camera from falling off if you don't tighten the main knob enough. I think it's a good addition, and if you don't like it, it can be disabled. The head has a native 3/8" hole in the bottom, and it comes with a 1/4"x20 adapter so you can mount it on either type of tripod.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

No spare quick release plate

Ballhead works great, no spare quick release plates to be found anywhere!

Reviewed by 7 customers

 
5.0

included with Slik Pro 340 tripod legs

By

from CA  -  Photo Enthusiast

Easy to adjust

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Ballhead

By

from Honolulu, HI  -  Semi-pro Photographer

This is a great ballhead for the weight. I compared this against my Manfrotto 3-way head, and it is every bit as stable. Crazy, I know. I bought this for my ultralight hiking tripod (a Slik Spring Mini II), so I'm glad that there isn't a second knob for panning adjustment. I would rather have the reduced weight. The people complaining that there are no replacement quick-release plates are dumb. This uses a standard Arcatech-type plate. Slik doesn't make a replacement plate because there are already a dozen other manufacturers that do. The second (smaller) knob on the plate receiver is a locking thing that prevents the plate and camera from falling off if you don't tighten the main knob enough. I think it's a good addition, and if you don't like it, it can be disabled. The head has a native 3/8" hole in the bottom, and it comes with a 1/4"x20 adapter so you can mount it on either type of tripod.

 
4.0

Works great

By

from Prescott, AZ  -  Photo Enthusiast

I use this for my Nikon D7000 with a 70-300mm lens and it works well. I like it because it is nice and simple and solid.

 
4.0

much better than expected

By

from Wappingers Falls, NY  -  Photo Enthusiast

use it on my monopod. stable support for camera and large lens. heavy duty construction.

 
5.0

First Ballhead I have ever had

By

from Norman,Okla.USA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Used for landscapes. Works great. A level would be great,..But I can fix that in post work.

 
4.0

Good quality but cannot find QR plate

By

from San Diego, CA  -  Photo Enthusiast

Design and built quality of this ball head are pretty good. However it doesn't have a friction adjustment. There's no separate pan control, no bubble level either. There's no replacement QR plate available for purchase yet.

 
3.0

No spare quick release plate

By

from Puyallup,WA  -  Photo Enthusiast

Ballhead works great, no spare quick release plates to be found anywhere!

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Shopper  does this have a plate to hold a 100-400 lense? Is this aa quick release?
JOSEPH S  Yes, this is a quick release head. The release system is good, but it's nearly impossible to find an identical head. (There are third party substitutes.) I've never tested the head above 5 pounds because my tripod legs aren't very solid. If you're near 5 pounds of load with solid tripod legs the head will work fine.
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