Monday, August 20, 2012

New Product - Benro Low C.G. Ball Head G3

Benro ultimately released their top line ball head - G series, in August 2012.

G3 is the only memeber of the G series ball head so far. It's a Low C.G. Ball Head (or called "Low-Profile Ball Head" by Benro), with the following main features:

  • 40kg maximum loading capacity.
  • Low gravity and extra large ball designs, which provide great stability.
  • Strengthened locking ability.
  • Double groove design, for more flexible angle adjustment.
  • ArcaSwiss style QR system, and with double security lock.

The following is the detailed specification of G3 Ball Head:

  • Material: Magnesium Alloy
  • Color: Matt Black
  • Max. Load Capacity: 40kg (88.2 lbs)
  • Panoramic Ability: 360 degrees
  • Self Weight (Includes PU70 QR Plate): 0.69kg (1.52 lbs)
  • Ball Diameter: 54mm (2.13 inches)
  • Base Diameter: 67.5mm (2.66 inches)
  • Max. Height: 96mm (3.78 inches)
  • Base Screw Diameter: UNC 3/8" (the screw size that connecting the tripod and the ball head)
  • Top Screw Diameter: UNC 1/4" (the screw size that connecting the QR Plate to the Camera)
  • Compatibility: Arca-Swiss Standard

Benro G3 Ball Head is now available in our eBay store, welcome to visit us anytime. And we have prepared many product shots of G3 here for readers' reference, please enjoy.

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  1. I was wondering when something like this was going to come out under the Benro brand. I have one of the Induro BHL heads and like it very much. It's nice the the Benro has the dual drop slots.

    1. Actually, both Benro and Induro are produced by the same manufacturer. :-)