A Really Right Stuff ballhead is the best choice for all general photography, and will give you fast and accurate control and solid support of your camera or lens. Aiming and horizon leveling can be accomplished as one instinctive motion, and rigid lockup takes just a quick twist of one control. As a result, our ballheads are faster to use and inherently more stable than 3-axis “pan-tilt” tripod heads. Since the ballhead profile is smaller and lacks the protruding handles, they are also much easier to carry and pack.
These are no-nonsense heads with robust capacity, offering minimal weight and elegant simplicity. They excel as ground-level macro tools, but also as super light heads for backpacking, travel, and table top use.
The T-lever on the BH-25 is longer on one end to help you lock the ball down solidly. It is spring loaded; simply pull it out to reposition the lever to allow it to clear wider tripod platforms. The BH-25 ballhead has a beefy T-lever to lock ball articulation and the panning base.
¼-inch tapped stem
25mm diameter ball is hollow
Single drop notch
Knob and lever are captive and uniquely shaped
Main locking lever is spring-loaded; pull out to reposition in 60-degree increments. Lever freely clears tripod platform.
What's in the Box?
5/32" hex key tool (required to remove/replace clamp)
User Manuals for Ballhead and Clamp features
(1) ¼"-20 x 3/4" stainless steel flat head mounting screw
Load Capacity: 8.8 lb / 4 kg
Height: 1.9 inches / 69 mm
Base Diameter: 1.3 inches / 34 mm
Ball Diameter: 1 inches / 25 mm
Tripod Mount: 3/8"-16
Weight: 4.1 oz / 148 g
Light-weight photography, recommended for mirrorless cameras, bridge cameras and compact point and shoot cameras.
Great for travel and hiking.
What else do I need?
If you want to create a quick release style ballhead you can purchase a Really Right Stuff quick release clamp that will enable you to quick detach your camera from the ballhead.
A list of Really Right Stuff quick release clamps can be found HERE.
A list of Really Right Stuff camera plates can be found HERE.
A list of Really Right Stuff lens plates and replacement feet can be found HERE.