SSD upgrade that takes full advantage of APFS

Burzynski Ballhead

Last updated 2010-01-01 - Send Feedback
Related: tripods and support, gear

Looking for a ballhead for your tripod legs? A ballhead uses a kind of ball to allow free rotation in any direction. Most photographers prefer them over pan/tilt heads.

My favorite ballhead for its rock-solid stabilty is the Burzynski head. No other ballhead comes close to its tank-quality sturdiness, capable of supporting anything by virtue of its robust and simple design. It is best suited for a medium to large tripod.

The major downside (for some uses) is that the head cannot be flipped more than 45° to the side. That’s usually not an issue when using an L-bracket, but it is a show-stopper for a vertical counter-shift with shift-lens stitching.

I currently favor the Arca Swiss Cube, but the Burzynski is far less expensive and very simple and durable in design, highly recommended. US buyers will have to find it abroad.

Burzynski ballhead with Really Right Stuff PCL-1
SSD upgrade that takes full advantage of APFS

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