Help Identify this Ball Head please

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  1. darksoundlab

    darksoundlab TPF Noob!

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    I can't seem to find any info on this anywhere. Would like to see if anyone might know the Make, Model, Manufacturer, Year, Value or any other information about this one. Thank you for any info or leads you can provide.

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    tirediron Watch the Birdy! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I would guess 60s, and European. Possibly FSU. Given the condition, I would say value would be slight, if any.
     
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    Derrel Mr. Rain Cloud

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    Looks to be worth $5-$10...poor condition,un-branded...not especially well-made by the looks of it...
     
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    darksoundlab TPF Noob!

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    Thanks for the info. I only found a couple photos of older wooden tripods with this same mount but with no information available. Not clear if this came with the tripod or not, most likely not. it actually works well and is solidly made. I would love to at least get the Manufacturer if possible.
     
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    petrochemist TPF junkie!

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    Sorry I can't believe such a small ball head works well! It might be adequate with a lightweight camera or light, but it wouldn't hold a 35mm SLR or a typical modern interchangeable lens camera.
     
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    I believe it works well. :)
     

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