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Designed for the Gorillapod SLR-Zoom, the Ballhead supports 3kg (6.5 lb) and can be used with virtually any tripod. Full 360° panning, and 90° tilt. Position your camera at virtually any angle; get portrait or landscape shots with ease. The adapter screw allows the Ballhead to accommodate both 3/8" and 1/4" threads, allowing it to be used with virtually any tripod. The adjustment knob easily locks the Ballhead into place, securing it tightly. The slim-line quick-release clip with bubble level stays connected to your camera and snaps into the Ballhead for nearly instant setup.
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