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Equinox AirHed 360 Ballhead

SKU: AH360

Availability: In stock

The AirHed 360 is the ultimate ballhead for Professional users. Cast from aircraft grade ADC12 Alloy, and engineered to withstand top-down loads of 200kg, the AH360 punches well above it's 340g weight. With integrated detachable Pano-Clamp, for level panning on uneven terrain, and a hybrid Peak Design / Arca Swiss compatible release plate, the AH3 is the most functional ball head in the world today.

$199.99

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The new AirHed 360 is a culmination of ideas and functionality giving an unprecedented level of control. The detachable Pano-clamp can be utilised as a panning device independently of the AirHed 360, and has a standard 3/8" thread for attachment to tripods and monopods. It is also backwards-compatible with previous AirHeds, including the AH0, AH1, AH2 & AH3.

In the box

  • AirHed 360 Ball Head
  • Detachable Pano-Clamp
  • Peak Design / Arca Swiss compatible Release Plate
  • Milled Stainless Steel Stagsden Camera Screw

Controls

  1. Ball lock and drag control knob
  2. Base pan control knob
  3. Clamp pan control knob
  4. Clamp release knob

Additional Information

Price $199.99

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Ballhead Weight
0.408kg / 0.90lbs

48mm / 1.7"
36mm / 1.4"
Direct Load - 200kg / 440lb*
Drag Load - 37kg / 81lb
Portrait Load - 16kg / 35lb
Ballhead Height
100mm / 3.94"

26g / 1oz - Peak Design Capture &
Arca Swiss Compatible

 

*Loads capabilities are variable, as there are different ways to apply the load.

  • Direct Load: With the head level and the clamp level, a direct downward load can be applied up to the capacity.

  • Drag: Drag is the load it requires to make the ball move within the head. This is tested by angling the ball and adding pressure until the ball moves. Don’t do this when attached to a tripod - your head is a lot more powerful than any tripod can withstand.

  • Portrait: When the clamp is locked sideways in the portrait position, this is the load that the clamp can hold without rotating or moving.