Tête à engrenages 3 voies Benro (GD3WH)
Tête à engrenages 3 voies Benro (GD3WH)
Tête à engrenages 3 voies Benro (GD3WH)

Tête à engrenages 3 voies Benro (GD3WH)

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Salut les amis,

c'est le Benro-GD3WH, j'ai vu de nombreux utilisateurs demandent si nous pouvons fournir cela.

Nous avons beaucoup hésité, car il n'est pas conçu par nous. Mais enfin, j’ai persuadé notre directeur.

Si nous pouvons faciliter la tâche à nos utilisateurs, nous nous devons de les aider.

Quelle est la différence entre GD3WH et MSM Wedge?

GD3WH peut être utilisé pour remplacer le MSM Wedge:

Son avantage est qu'il peut être contrôlé en 3 axes, et sa capacité de charge élevée (6Kg).

Son inconvénient est qu'il est lourd. Il pèse 740 grammes.

Le GD3WH sera idéal pour les paysages, la microphotographie et l'astrophotographie qui nécessitent une plus grande précision. C'est donc une plateforme fiable qui peut être partagée entre différents engrenages! Y compris MSM Rotator.

J'espère que cela aide, s'il vous plaît laissez-moi savoir si vous avez besoin d'aide sur les engrenages!

John

Move Shoot Move

11.26.2020

Pièce de spécification:

Benro 3-Way Geared Head (GD3WH)

Couleur: Noir

Marque: Benro

Appareils compatibles: Caméra

Dimensions LxlxH: 7,76 x 7,94 x 8,12 pouces

Poids: 1,9 LBS

Charge maximale: 13,2 LBS (6KG)

Principales caractéristiques:

1. Mouvement indépendant sur 3 axes - Permet un positionnement précis.

2. Commandes de déclenchement individuelles - Permet un plus grand mouvement de la caméra pour un positionnement approximatif

3. Boutons de commande rotatifs individuels - Permet une précision complète avec le positionnement de la caméra

4. Plaque QR compatible Arca-Swiss - Compatible avec toutes sortes de caméras

5. 3 niveaux de bulle - Aide à la précision nivellement pour un positionnement de précision

Customer Reviews

Based on 22 reviews
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Frank Jennings (Allentown, US)
First attempt

On my first clear night I was able to laser align in seconds. Critical because of high volume of air traffic. Very few star trails. I think due to not being level to start. Very easy set up and use. Used a benro and a msm head. Seems the photo was toiling large to post here

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Dave Kerr Kerr (Santa Cruz, US)
Benro 3way

After a short learning curve figuring out how the knobs work, zeroing in on the North celestial pole with the phone adapter was a snap. I would recommend the Benro 3 way to anyone using the phone mount to locate the North Star.

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Julia Vaughan (Portland, US)
Large and heavy, but precise and stable!

My tracker wasn't staying aligned using the MSM wedge, so I bought this. It works great! It can be hard to know which knob to turn, especially in the dark, but I'll learn. I love the precision of the adjustments, and it doesn't budge once aligned.

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Uğur Özoğul (Istanbul, TR)
Benro 3-Way Geared Head (GD3WH)

The Benro 3-Way Geared Head (GD3WH) is a great tripod head, I think it's ideal for MSM tracker star alignment.

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Mark Penberthy
Benro 3 Way Geared Head GD3WH

Maximising the success while taking MilkyWay photos is and always will be a fine balance between Polar alignment and camera stability and if you don’t do both to the best oh your ability then the final image will suffer.

The Benro 3 Way Geared Head ticks both box’s stability and ease of use.
controlling the polar alignment with the BENRO GD3WH Is supper easy as it offers easy to use fine adjustments on all 3 axis’s without sacrificing stability or quality. it is fantastic quick and easy to use,.
as a result of using Benro 3 way Head my polar alignment has a precision thst I have never been able to achieve on a wedge or a ball-head and the quality of my final image has improved.
The biggest plus this compleat package brings to me personally is if I want to change my shooting position part way through I can, using the Benro 3Way Geard Head and the Move Shoot Move laser I compleat polar alinement in less lab 2 minutes.

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Cameron Phair (Gartmore, GB)
Benro 3 way geared head

Only used this item a couple of times but pleased with the results so far and have no reason to complain.

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Evgenii Kotelnikov Kotelnikov (Princeton, US)
Works well

Works well for my pretty heavy camera.

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Michael Warburton (Melbourne, AU)
Benro 3-way geared head.

Exactly what I was after.
A solid X, Y, Z gear head that is solid, until you want to move the setting.
Well done.

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James D (Breckenridge, US)
Geared Precision

I didn't get to touch a geared head before buying, but I thought this would suit my style. It allows fine adjustment and no drifting or sagging even with large lenses. I was enjoying this, and then when I took it out to capture the lunar eclipse, I found it awesome to be completely zoomed in with a longer lens and be able precisely and continuously adjust to position my shots, all quickly. Loved it! Something you just can't do with a ball head.
The build quality is very good. That being said, it is kinda heavy and bulky. But is expected for what it is. Know that if you are using a tripod without a column, you will most likely need Benro's or someone elses tripod spacer(1 1/2-2"), to allow for full range of adjustment.
This isn't for everyone, or every situation, however is a great choice if it suits your needs.
My only slight gripe is the large adjustment knobs(quick release?) seem to require an excessive of amount of force to engage. This may very well ease with more use. I did eventually touch a Manfroto version that seemed much easier to engage. However it is much more expensive.

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Jill Johnson Johnson (Arvada, US)
Makes polar aligning much easier

I use this 3-way gear head between the tripod legs and the MSM rotator to adjust for polar alignment.  It has 3 sets of knobs which control position in 3 planes.  The large knobs are used for large changes in position.  The knobs are stiff and a bit difficult to use, but once you get things in the ball park position they stay put and you can make fine adjustments with the fine tune knobs and it's much easier than trying to adjust a ball head.  The rotator, upper ball head, and camera are all installed over this gear head so things can be top heavy and I find the resistance  helpful in getting things aligned.

I labeled the knobs because it can be confusing and require trial and error to figure out which knob does what. 

 An added bonus is that if you look up your latitude on your phone compass app, you can then set the latitude reading on the elevation scale with the appropriate knob on the 3-way head and already be at the level of Polaris when you start aligning.