Excerpt: Use it on my trip in Swiss. It's great as in light and small that I barely noticed it while it's on my tripod. However the small size is also its downfall. I find that working with the tension and locking wheels are one and the same. Very fine adjustments are not there.
Excerpt: Got rid of a BHL3 as it was way too big for Sony a6000. This BHD0 is the perfect fit for the camera and carbon fiber tripod. The quick release is quick enough but solid and the ballhead itself is well made and steady. Couldn't be happier - unless it was given to me...
Excerpt: I have been looking for a light ballhead for my travel tripod, Induro GT 214. Have tried models from Manfrotto and Oben but BHD0 fits my needs best. It's base size matches the tripod center column plate perfectly. The controls are compact taking little space in my carry-on.
Excerpt: I paired this with the Induro 8M AT214 tripod. I am very happy with the solid construction. I love the flexibility of the ball movement. You can easily switch the camera from portrait and landscape. It does take awhile to get used to.
Excerpt: I use the BHDO with the Induro AT114 tripod for my "lightweight" setup for backpacking and hiking photo shoots. The BHDO is plenty strong for a 6-8lb camera and lens with easy and accurate adjustments.
Pros: Attaches Firmly, Good Stability, Large Range of Motion, Strong Clamp
Excerpt: This is a great head easy to use and light weight, when attached to a Induro tripod makes a great product for photographers to use in the field or in studio setting. It has a good range of motion.I would buy it again if needed.
Pros: Attaches Firmly, Good Stability, Large Range of Motion