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Manfrotto MN222 Grip Action Ballhead only £40 @ Amazon
Manfrotto MN222 Grip Action Ballhead only £40 @ Amazon

Manfrotto MN222 Grip Action Ballhead only £40 @ Amazon

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Great price for a quality piece of kit. I've had one for a while and find it very useful on my monopod.

Sold by Binoculars UK but fulfilled by Amazon

Next nearest price seem to be about £55, and as anyone who buys Manfrotto should know, it's hard stuff to find heavily reduced.

I realise that it probably won't be much use to many on here, but hopefully it helps someone out.

Don't be too put off by the 2.5kg max weight limit, I usually use it with about 3kg on top, it still locks up nicely and I have no qualms about throwing the whole lot over my shoulder.

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I wish it was the 322RC2 though...

Grip Action Ballhead - sex toy?

fantastic price. After you have one of these you'll never use a pan and tilt again.

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zurich;8707813

Grip Action Ballhead - sex toy?



Only when it's attached to the end of my five foot stick

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41PSuYG6CyL._SS500_.jpg


A great price for this, better than my 486rc2 ball head

anyone got any pics of how it attaches to a tripod?

simply screws in i think

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It just screws onto the top, it's a standard 3/8" thread size so will fit many tripods out there, if your tripod has the smaller 1/4" thread you will need to grab an adaptor.

Most cameras, regardless of brand, have the smaller 1/4" thread to mount into, if you're unsure of the thread on your tripod just compare it with the one in the bottom of your camera.

kiwikeen;8708343

It just screws onto the top, it's a standard 3/8" thread size so will fit … It just screws onto the top, it's a standard 3/8" thread size so will fit many tripods out there, if your tripod has the smaller 1/4" thread you will need to grab an adaptor. Most cameras, regardless of brand, have the smaller 1/4" thread to mount into, if you're unsure of the thread on your tripod just compare it with the one in the bottom of your camera.



thanks for the info, rep left :thumbsup:
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