Superb Quality Hardened Steel
Superb Quality Hardened Steel

SH1B Steel Sphere Ball Stud Adapter for Camera Belt Holster

Your Price: $7.95
In Stock
Part Number:SH1B
Ball Joint adapter for PMG Holster

Attaches to any UNC 1/4"20 thread.  Use on Base of Cameras / Lenses Plates or with adapters, see related items below, #PASL3, PAH1.   It attaches to the plate, locking the camera securely with the SH1 Holster, while allowing free movement so that camera can rest in comfortable position.

Ball Diameter - 9.25mm / 0.364 inches
5/32 Allen Head Integrated into the Ball for easy attachment
1/4-20" Threaded Adapter
CNC Precision Machined and Heat Treated for Superb Hardness and Longetivity
Compatible with Select Accessories
Made in the USA
Lightweight: 0.128 oz

*** Requires 5/32" Allen Key to tighten ***
5 Stars
Works as advertised
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Reviewed by:  from Norfolk. on 10/6/2018
4 Stars
This ball is great as a spare - and the price is good. I especially like the allen key socket being in the ball - this makes attaching the ball to your device much easier. I do wish that this ball was included with all of the mounting kits that require it - the other pieces are worthless without this ball. As a replacement, I have no problem with the price, but it's a little ridiculous to sell the mounting kits without this ball.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Windham, ME, USA. on 12/24/2019
5 Stars
Useful. Pair with SH1BK Belt Holster
2 of my camera bodies have a SH1B Sphere Ball attached to a PBX3 plate. Each camera has a different lens attached. On a wedding shoot, one camera is in use and the other is attached via the SH1B to the ProMedia Gear SH1BK Belt Holster. This is great system, offering the quickest access to a second body. It is also secure. I also use the SH1B for wildlife. A camera/long lens is attached via the SH1B to a SH1BK Belt Holster. This allows the camera to be conveniently stored while looking through binoculars on a harness. When it is time to photograph, it quick and easy to let the binocular drop to the chest on its harness and then reach for the camera.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Portland, Oregon. on 5/19/2021

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