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Really Right Stuff BH-40 Lever-Release Ball Head

  • Really Right Stuff BH-40 Lever-Release Ball Head
  • Really Right Stuff BP-CS Plate
  • Really Right Stuff BH-40 Lever-Release Panning Ball Head Bottom

Really Right Stuff BH-40 Lever-Release Ball Head

  • Includes BP-CS Multi-Camera Plate
  • 18 lb Payload
  • Panning Base, Patented Lever-Release Clamp
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Overview

The Really Right Stuff BH-40 Lever-Release Ball Head offers a unique and convenient lever-release clamp, making it faster to mount and dismount your camera or lens. Here are the other professional qualities of this mid-size head:

  • Mid-weight, practical 18 lb payload.
  • Oversized, ergonomic T-knob to control 45° tilting in all directions, with a 90° drop-notch for vertical shooting.
  • Reliable micrometer drag tension knob.
  • Laser-engraved 360° panning base.
  • CNC-machined aluminum plate with mount screw and safety stop.

The Really Right Stuff BH-40 Lever-Release Ball Head will mount easily to any tripod with a 3/8"-16 mount point (or one with a 1/4"-20 mount point and step-up bushing). It is ideal for panoramas, portraits, and more.


Load Capacity: 18 lbs
Tripod Mount Thread Size: 3/8"-16
Material: Aluminum and Stainless Steel
Height: 3.7"
Base Diameter: 2.1"
Weight: 1.5 lbs
Additional Features:

  • Lever-Style Quick Release
  • BP-CS Plate Included (2.8 x 1.6 x 0.4", 1.6 oz, with 1/4"-20 Camera Mount Screw)
  • Tension Control
  • 360° Panning Range
  • 0-90° Vertical Tilt


  • Really Right Stuff BH-40 Lever-Release Panning Ball Head
  • Really Right Stuff BP-CS Multi-Camera Plate
  • 1/4"-20 Mounting Screw (on Plate)
  • M3 Safety Stop Screw (on Plate)
  • 5/32" Hex Key
  • M2.5 Hex Key
  • Carrying Pouch



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