Rótula de bola para conectar la cámara
Rótula de bola para conectar la cámara
Rótula de bola para conectar la cámara

Rótula de bola para conectar la cámara

Precio habitual $35.98 Precio de oferta$29.99

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All orders will be scheduled for shipment in 1 to 3 business days, excluding holidays.


We ship worldwide. 


Currently, we have 4 warehouses.

🇺🇸 US warehouse, for our US users, parcel usually arrives in 1-7 days.

🇪🇺 EU warehouse, for most EU countries, parcel usually arrives in 1-7 days.

🇦🇺 AU warehouse, for our Australia and New Zealand users, parcel usually arrives around 1-7 days.

🇨🇳 CN warehouse, for all countries, parcel arrives in 4-7 or 8-20 days, please check below for details.

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Esta rótula de bola puede ser usada para conectar la cámara con el Rotator.
Si sólo tienes una rótula de bola, entonces te recomendamos que compres una más.
Así puedes ponerte en marcha de esta manera:
  • una rótula de bola conecta el Rotator con su trípode.
  • Una rótula de bola conecta tu cámara con el Rotator.

Con esta rótula de bola superior, tu cámara se moverá libremente, podrás disparar en cualquier dirección del cielo, cualquier estrella.

Mini montura universal de cabeza esférica para trípode con placa de liberación rápida y 1/4 de tornillo

  • Giro de 360 grados: Equipado con 3 perillas para el ajuste, es capaz de ajustar su cámara a diferentes ángulos
  • Viene con una rosca de tornillo inferior de 3/8''; puedes fijarlo a tu trípode, monopiéster o cámara deslizante para añadir más flexibilidad en el cambio de ángulo
  • Placa de zapato rápido de 1/4"; Fácil de montar en segundos, tiene nivel de burbuja tanto horizontal como vertical para mejorar la percepción de la posición
  • Con la amortiguación de ajuste fino para proteger su dispositivo de una caída repentina mientras hace un tiro de ángulo versátil
  • La base con la marca del índice para indicar un control más preciso. Nota: Cabeza de trípode solamente; la cámara y el trípode no están incluidos

Customer Reviews

Based on 51 reviews
Rick Buffaloe (Henderson, US)
Nomad is a great Astrophotography tool.

If only had Tim to use my Nomad a couple of times and it has produced awesome Milky Way photos. It’s is very small and compact and easy to use. I love it.

Charles Y. (Victoria, CA)
Did not do its job. (Was talking about the rotator not the ballhead)

Ballhead was perfect basically 👌🏻

Rick O (Marietta, US)
Milky Way Imaging Made Easy

The MSM takes a little figuring out - partly because there are so many choices about how to use it and what gear, exactly, you'll want. Hint: the mounting between tripod and MSM unit is the key part for alignment. I strongly suggest using the Benro geared head, though it's pricey, instead of a ball or the wedge. This is especially true for deep sky stuff where a polar scope will be needed. Second choice would be the wedge, trickier than the Benro but still better than a ball. Ball mount is fine up top for the camera. The Z plate is very handy for improving the adjustable range of the camera itself, once this contraption is assembled. Tracking works perfectly, tack-sharp stars even in the corners with a 3 minute exposure or longer. Not sure about MSM for very heavy gear / long lenses. Will test that later this year.

Rodney Topor (Brisbane, AU)
Z bracket and ball head

MSM service was excellent, the items arrived promptly and in perfect condition, as advertised.
The ball head is great. Light and solid.
The Z brackets are good, but difficult to tighten all the screws, and I lack confidence that it's rigid in use. It could be that I need to learn to use it properly, it's early days.

Geraint Rees (Rhyl, GB)
MSM Ballhead

I bought this Ballhead to use in conjunction with my startracker and Canon 6D as it seemed a solid well built Ball head that was also keenly priced compared to others out there. I was not disappointed as it easily took the weight of my camera with the adjustment knobs being perfect for fine tuning (they are solid and well designed too). The degree markings on the base are very useful for panoramic shooting where you can precisely obtain image overlap for stitching in post processing. This is a great product that I have used in the field and am very happy with it.

Richard Street Street (San Anselmo, US)
Easy to deal with

Easy to deal with, good products, respond to field evaluations, and an actual person actually replies to questions with specific answers

Linda Franklin Franklin (Dunnellon, US)
A good tracker

I really like the tracker, however I find that in a breeze the tracker will get off course and I get star trails. It seems that the wind can not be over 2 or 3 miles an hour. On a calm night there is no problem.

Neil Hickman (Melbourne, AU)
Really Light Ballhead

I have the relatively heavy Nikon D850, and the MSM ballhead supports it with no problems. I have also had success with MSM iPhone bracket for S hemisphere alignment. The trick is to "set current position" in Photopils with the phone attached to your rig in the exact shooting position before using “Spot Stars”. I found this much better than trying to use the sun or moon to calibrate. Neither are available on a good Asrtro night anyway.

Rosie Bolingbroke (Port Pirie, AU)
Ball head

Great product and good value!

Guy Piller (Lausanne, CH)

Ok, bien reçu