Are you struggling to get a good grip on your Invert60 Ball Head? Adjusting the tension of the Arca Plate tensioner can help. Follow this step-by-step guide to locate the adjustment lever, straighten out the spring, and turn the nut to adjust the tension. With a better grip, you'll see a noticeable improvement in your stability. Here's a quick guide on how to do it:
- Locate the Arca Amount Adjustment Lever The arc amount adjustment lever is typically located near on the top of the ball head It's a small lever that you can use to adjust the tension of the arca amount.
- The arca amount adjustment lever is connected to a spring-loaded mechanism that applies tension to the arc amount. To adjust the tension, you'll need to straighten out the spring first.
- Press the spring assisted lever into the ball head. Turn the nut to Adjust the Tension
Once the spring is straightened out, you can turn the adjustment lever to adjust the tension of the arc amount. Turning the nut in one direction will increase the tension, while moving it in the opposite direction will decrease the tension. Adjust the tension a little at a time until you find the sweet spot where the arc amount grips the tool tightly but doesn't hinder your movement.
Check out the video tutorial below by Rich Gonzales!