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    Posted: 24 February 2023 at 17:44
Anyway for those in the USA those Novaflex Magic Ball Heads @ B&H are here:Novaflex Ball Heads
 



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Hi Neil,
It looks really cool! But Expensive! My German wife would say superior German engineering! I've never seen anyone using one around here and I have no experience with it. Still using a Manfrotto ball head with Really Right Stuff clamp and for travel a Benro Travel Angel and ball head. The fellow that was conducting the Winter Steam Photo excersion night shoot was using a Really Right Stuff tripod and ball head. Also super expensive but excellent! that;s what I'd buy if I did more tripod photography. I do have a Novaflex SR mount to E mount adaptor which I will use for the upcoming Rokkor Challenge!
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Kelly
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Hi Everyone,

I saw one of these in the USA a couple of weeks ago and it looks a great piece of kit; the question is - is it just a good looker or does it work as well as the reviews says it does? As a weight/space saving device it certainly has some advantages.

Thanks and best regards, Neil.
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