If you’re subscribed to the MEGATechNews YouTube channel, then you may have caught the first couple editions of our new series It Came From Amazon. In case you missed them, Stephen took a look at the Neewer portable folding mini tripod and the Anker SoundCore Bluetooth speaker. In this third entry in the series, I test the Andoer ball head for camera tripods. What can you really expect for only twenty bucks?


The objective of It Came From Amazon series is to showcase some off-brand (or lesser-known brand) products available through the popular e-tailer that you may be unsure about. We test them out and offer our honest opinions so you don’t have to waste your time and money on no name junk. It turns out that some of this off-brand stuff offers pretty great value.

A great example is the Andoer Camera Ball Head. I’ve been using it for a number of weeks now, primarily for my weekly vlog, and I have to say I’m impressed. The metal construction and the solid build quality offer a great deal of confidence. Having a couple of bubble levels can come in handy and the markings for panning shots could be useful too.

After my experience with this tripod ball head, I’m curious about other Andoer products, both within and outside the realm of camera accessories. They might not exactly be a household name, but maybe they’re a name you should add to your list of respectable and trustworthy companies.

Find the Andoer Camera Tripod Ball Head for about $20 on Amazon and be on the look out for future editions of It Came From Amazon. What do you want us to test next?

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