Velbon PH-368 Vel-Flo 9 Mini-Pro, 2-Way Panhead with Quick Release, Supports 10 lbs.

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About Velbon PH-368

A large 2-way fluid panhead incorporating a built-in quick-release camera platform, and featuring a fully adjustable 4-position pan/tilt control handle with separate pan/tilt tension and position lock knobs, the Velbon PH-368 Vel-Flo 9 Mini-Pro is ideal for use with consumer cameras.



The Velbon PH-368 is commonly used for Video and more.The Velbon PH-368 is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Velbon PH-368: Attaches firmly, Large range of motion and Stable

Summary of Customer Reviews

(8)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Attaches firmly (7),Stable (7),Large range of motion (6)
Best Uses:
Video (8),Home (3),Weddings (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Semi-pro photographer (3)

Velbon PH-368 Specifications

Head Type
2-way Fluid Quick Release Panhead
Tripod Mount Thread
Size 1/4"
Quick Release
Yes
Plate
Yes, QB-6RL
Head Height
Not Specified
Max Load Capacity
10 lbs.
Weight
1.5 lb / 680 kg
Bubble Level(s)
No
Color
Black
Warranty
Velbon Five Year
Mfr #
PH368
SKU
VNPH368

Velbon PH-368 Reviews

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4.5

(based on 8 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great Workhorse Tripod Head

We have had a pair of Velbon tripods with this head for many, many years (10+), and have just now had to replace the heads. We have used them for video cameras of many sizes and shapes, and the heads have always performed very well, with very smooth pans and tilts. The old heads performed so well that I wanted to get something as close as possible to replace them. I was very pleasantly surprised to find that they still made the same head, and eagerly ordered the same model to replace the old ...

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We have had a pair of Velbon tripods with this head for many, many years (10+), and have just now had to replace the heads. We have used them for video cameras of many sizes and shapes, and the heads have always performed very well, with very smooth pans and tilts. The old heads performed so well that I wanted to get something as close as possible to replace them. I was very pleasantly surprised to find that they still made the same head, and eagerly ordered the same model to replace the old ones. Yes, the head is a bit heavy, but it is built very well and performs beautifully for years. The only reason we have had to replace them even now was due to some new, young videographers that did not take proper care of equipment. :(

Reviewed by 8 customers

 
4.0

Great video head for the price

By

from Eastern CT  -  Photo Enthusiast

This is used for live/recorded video of a church service; our budget was limited so I opted for this head and was very pleasantly surprised at how smooth it pans/tilts, esp. for the price! If you are needing an affordable video head, get this!

 
4.0

Can't be beat for the price!

By

from Eastern CT  -  Photo Enthusiast

This tripod head was purchased for the use of my church in filming our services. As you can imagine, our budget for stuff like this is tight, but we still require quality; this has what we need! While it is not feature rich, what it does, it does well; it pans and tilts smooth! It does have adjustments for the drag, so you can customize it for your camera's weight. It also has separate knobs to lock it in place (separate for pan and tilt).

 
4.0

great value fluid head

By

from MA  -  Casual Photographer

It is excellent for the price. I used it on a monopod to shoot video. tilt and pan are fluid and smooth but panning is alittle tough partly because single footing of a monopod. This is the first one I've owned; never tried competitors but this works for me.

 
5.0

Awesome head for the price

By

from Lexington, NC  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I purchased this to attach to a camera slider called the Cinemover. It works great to get smooth sliding shots of whatever I'm filming. It secures to the camera well and it pans and tilts very smoothly. I don't use it that often, so I don't know how well it will hold up in the long run, but I imagine for what I'm using it for, it will be great.

 
5.0

Good features on the cheap

By

from Twentynine Palms, CA  -  Photography Student

I put this on my Ravelli tripod. The top of the tripod has movement I don't want. I flipped the center pole over and now thhis head mounts without unwanted movement. The head moves smoothly and the attachment is secure and easy, you just push down and the lever secures it. I have not filmed with it yet but will try to post when that happens.

 
4.0

Great head for the price

By

from Lexington, NC  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I purchased this for use on my slider for my video camera. I used it with a Canon 60D and it worked great. I plan on using it with my Sony NX5U soon, and I don't anticipate any problems. My only complaint, and it's a small one, is that the panning and tilting movement is quite stiff, even with the locking screws loosened all the way. But I would imagine that they will loosen up the more I use it. I don't know of any better tripod head for the price.

 
5.0

Best head for your money

By

from FULLERTON, CA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Using the head with Canon t2i, 7d and Vixia HF100

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Workhorse Tripod Head

By

from Tempe, AZ  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

We have had a pair of Velbon tripods with this head for many, many years (10+), and have just now had to replace the heads. We have used them for video cameras of many sizes and shapes, and the heads have always performed very well, with very smooth pans and tilts. The old heads performed so well that I wanted to get something as close as possible to replace them. I was very pleasantly surprised to find that they still made the same head, and eagerly ordered the same model to replace the old ones. Yes, the head is a bit heavy, but it is built very well and performs beautifully for years. The only reason we have had to replace them even now was due to some new, young videographers that did not take proper care of equipment. :(

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Chad P  Is the handle removable?
VADIM K  Hi, You'll have to bare with me, as I have actually not used the tripod head yet, mainly because I've been doing writing work these last three years rather than production work. I' actually only barely looked in the package to make sure the tripod is there. So I will in the next 48 hours check in on it, but I'm doing a lot of house repair this week so not in house a lot. i will check it out though, and as long as i am able to access this email from you again with the answer question prompts and box I will definitely get an answer to you and your customer. Thanks for your patience~ Vadim K
Chad P  no worries, already got the answer, thanks!
Billy W  Will this fit my Silk u 7000 tripod?
DAVID E  This Panhead was the same as the original one on my tripod. The only thing is if your tripod has a standard fitting it may fit. This is a nice Panhead I use it with my Pentax K3 it holds and allows good positioning even with my 500 mm lens. With the video cam It allows smooth movement that can be adjusted.
Shopper  Is the quick release plate adjustable (forward & back) so that various cameras can be balanced on the head?
WILLIAM O  no
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