|Cameta Camera||$99.99||See It|
|See All Sellers|
Best-selling SBH-250 precision-cut ball head moves swiftly and steadily so you won't miss the action. Constructed of solid, strong magnesium alloy, it's durable and yet lighter in weight than the industry standard. Unlike other ball heads, SBH ball heads are designed with molded body parts, not assembled cut parts, like the competition. Its smooth locking knobs allow you to move the ball head swiftly and securely into the perfect position, even with the heaviest lenses and cameras. It includes two bubble levels, 360-degree scale, fine-tuning knob and a safety lock for extra stability. A special universal VANGUARD quick shoe for body/lens is also included so you can upgrade your system to quick-release immediately.
Product Title: VanGuard SBH-250 Tripod Head
Power Score: 4.6 | 11 Reviews
Brand Name: Vanguard
Parent Retsku: B00C1F6RFE
Product Series: SBH
Product Model: SBH-250
Product Reviews (11)
Worth the Buy
I bought this for a monopod. It works really well. The action is smooth, and the dials have great feel to them. The quick connects are solid as well. What I like is that it came with two quick connects, so I can always keep one on the grip, and one on the tele. Makes switching things out easier.
By WildBill3081 on Adorama - Aug 3, 2013
Best Purchase for my Tri-Pod
I purchased a tripod from a company, which had the traditional head, it broke at the point where the pan adjustment was. Any way. I did like the tripod so I saw the ad at Adorama, purchased this head and have liked it ever since. Glad I bought it.
By TrafficMinder 6 on Adorama - May 15, 2013
very happy with this purchase
I use it mostly for shooting wildlife and have been very pleased, would recommend it to a friend
By Phil on Adorama - Feb 13, 2013
I would buy this again
I use this on a monopod
By Wolf on Adorama - Dec 17, 2012
What a great value
Great head for the price. I was considering the BBH 200 model but for less than half the price this head will to the same job and probably last longer.
By vail skier on Adorama - Jul 23, 2012