On your product page, you claim ‘Precise & smooth panning You can easily achieve precise panoramas with pan marking and lens center shifting.’ On my Sure Shot I don’t see any pan markings, and can’t find any info regarding ‘lens center shifting.’. Can you explain both of these, please?
Looks good, Feels Great. It's as described but I haven't had a chance to use it as yet
The Shure Shot I received with my first order did not work. They sent me a replaced unit which is working properly. Thank you very much.
Saw the Sure Shot ad on my Instagram and decide to purchase it. I really really love it. It can support my Canon camera really well, it’s easy to use and I love the size of it (I have small hand and it can fit on my palm, so really good portable size ). I also had an awesome experience with the snaptrex support team. I had purchased the Sure Shot twice by mistake and the support team was very responsive and helpful, and initiated the refunded right away. I totally recommend Sure Shot & Snaptrex !!!!
Really love it I’m from United Kingdom came as expected ! Due for co vid pandemic I thought may get lost in post but nope arrived as expected !
Very impressed, so easy to use
well made nice looking item. it will be a great addition to my tools
Proprio un bell'oggettino, facile da usare e molto versatile. Ancora non l'ho sfruttato a pieno, quindi non ho foto. Ma i materiali sono ottimi e regge bene, anche usato da solo.
Arrived in a timely manner. I haven't used it as yet but did set up my NikonZ6 with 24 70 on it and it held just fine. I will update when I actually use it.
Arrivato dopo un molti giorni, pra mi posso divertire! Grazie
This is one of the few times a product has exceeded my expectations as much as this one has. For the price, I was expecting a cheap, but hopefully usable leveler but what I received was a fine piece of machinery. All of the wheel threads are very smooth and precise, highly well engineered fine tuning adjustment. I recommend this leveler, and if I ever need another, I'd purchase this one again in a heartbeat.
At first I didn’t like this and wondered why the little Allen wrench is needed. My camera and attached lens were too heavy I thought and camera on tripod with this product was unstable. I tightened with Allen wrench and all is well!
Just looking for a cheap zigzag tripod head until I saw this. The price is really cheap, and I have used it for a short time, and I feel that there is no obvious difference between the expensive products and even the weight. So there is no need to waste money, just buy this.
Keeping an angle just got a lot more convenient! This flex z tripod head can freely adjust forward and back as well sit straight. Can handle vertical shooting as well which is really nice. No need for a quick release plate since it's really easy to screw my camera on and off with the wide dial.
This tilt head can be adjusted to any angle required then locked into place if needed by tightening the allan nuts with the supplied allan key. This unit is well made and looks like it should do the job just as well as the much more expensive tilt head I have had for years and is now due for retirement.
Wow I love this product. It's very sturdy and works as advertised. I haven't tried with heavy lenses but if you use a light lens, it's very versatile. It holds my 90D pretty well. Better to bring this than a small tripod. It should come in handy. This is an opinion from me as a beginner photographer. I'm sure it's good enough for most of my photography session
This product is great... very sturdy, especially when positioning the camera to portrait position.. it can firmly hold the camera at a 90 degree angle with a wide arrange of lenses, except for the heavy tele lenses such as a 400mm.
Looks and feels really sturdy and for the price I think it's a steal. There are numerous lookalikes at a higher price and the main difference is the tension on this model can be adjusted with a hex key but on the more expensive ones seems to have a knurled nut - there are pros & cons with either system, won't go into them here, just to reiterate I am more than pleased.
This a fine tuned piece of machinery, this z head gives me the best tilting and angles that my camera has ever seen with the foldable bracket! Complete flexibility to shoot at any angle, Holds my dslr and it's attached lenses, no problem so it's very heavy duty because the load can be a lot to handle. Has 1/4 and 3/8 screw holes so it fits on both size stands. Straight levels no matter what since I can adjust it with the bubble level. Smooth pivots and sturdy support.
I love this product!!! Definitely 5 stars!! It is perfect and easy to use!!
These are very solid and heavy lumps of aluminum. They have that mid-range-camera-gear feel, where they are very sturdy but could be a lot lighter, smaller, and easier to use. That said, they are a great value for the price.
Although not its primary function, this tilt head is a great camera stand-alone support that fits in my pants pocket. Tension was perfect to support my Sony A6300 with a 55-210mm zoom lens or smaller. With slight tightening it supported my Nikon D850 with a fully-extended 70-300mm zoom.
Solidly built of good materials Strong enough to support a Sony A7iii with 400mm fully extended / 2X teleconverter Joints can be tightened very stiff with Hex key Heavy enough to be a desk tripod for a small format (i.e. RX100, GoPro, or Full Frame with small lens) camera
Really solid, stays securely in place with a DSLR and large lens attached. Holds fine at an angle, doesn't creep. Only minor complaint is that you can't attach/remove the camera without unfolding the head. The bubble level is really nice to have and in a great spot. I have it on top of a pan head to take really nice multi-row panoramas and even partial photo spheres.
Try this before getting an unnecessarily expensive one! I'm actually kinda impressed by this. Maybe because I havent tried the more "professional" grade models, but then Indidnt spend almost $200 either. So far it's great. True, as in my case, you have to tighten it a bit to get it to stay, I would say that's just common sense when using it as I am. Ive tried it with stars, macro, even rotating the camera 90 degrees for a vertical shot. It fits all four of my tripods because of the two different thread sizes on the base, or sits flat and stable on its own. As you can see in the pic, it supports a 7DII with a grip, 100mm lens and macro ring light, not a featherweight combo. The large wheel to tighten the camera to the z stand is a nice touch and feels solid. No finger cramping, pinching, etc. It sits tight if the balance is right, common sense.
Solid thing, I'll try to make panoramas with it. Good quality and price!
Indeed made from metal. Surprisingly heavy, but seems quality. Can hold bigger lenses.
Excellent thing, bought because the tripod is short, I shoot the subject, and with the help of this device, you can shoot the view from above.