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|Height||7.6" (19.2 cm)|
|Maximum Width||Including knobs: 6.5" (16.4 cm)|
|Tilt Range||+90°/-90° Front|
|Load Capacity||Determined by tripod; head will support any weight that tripod will support|
|Head Mount Thread Size||3/8"-16|
|Quick Release Plate||Yes, 1/4"-20|
|Weight||1.7 lbs (0.8 kg)|
We bought two of these Gimbal Heads for my husband and I to use in our wildlife photography. When it comes to wildlife, there's not much time to fiddle with numerous adjustments. These heads offer quick and easy rotation for any angle.
I have not had a lot of chance to use this but what I have I would definitely recommend this. I have a Canon 70D and the new 100-400 lens. It balances very well with this set up.
I bought this gimble head for my 100-400mm f/4. Works great, easy to use, and smooth tracking. Would recommend this to others.
This gimbal head will be used in my landscape and wild life photograph. Because I use a large telephoto lens, using the head will make it easier to photograph.
The head feels pretty solid an smooth with my 500mm and 50D with winder. They could increase the screw hole slots to accommodate 2 screw mounting of the lens bracket for better support.
easy to attach and makes staying in line with moving animals a breeze!
This is my first gimbal head, purchased for a safari in Africa to support Nikon's 200-400mm howitzer lens. The side mount worked fine, and I had good range of motion on both axis. I am using this with a monopod, I found the center of gravity is not perfectly over the monopod leg because of the side...
I have a good quality pan/tilt head and tripod but this head is so much easier to set up and adjust. It is as smooth to operate as I expected. I use a Canon 60D with a Canon Class L 100-400MM lens, which is heavy. This gimbal head really does make the adjustments effortless at all angles.
This gimbal head is well made and is very smooth. The only problem I had was I was using it with a Canon 1D Mark III body and a Canon 100-400mm with a 1.4 extender attached. When I tried to rotate the camera up the camera would hit the base of the head at the battery compartment and only allowed a...
Silky Smooth and Rock Solid. With the Induro CT-213 8X carbon fiber tripod, this is by far the best tripod/head combination for spotting scope/birding use that I've ever seen. I use a Pentax 80 mm ED scope, and will put the combination up against anything available.