E-6H, Gimbal head, AS271

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AS271
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Model No. E-6H
Used for Professional tripods
Features Designed using universal standards to allow 
photographers a quick, simple-to-use, and very secure quick release mechanism ideal for heavy pro camera equipment. 
Material Aluminum
Checklist E-6H Gimbal head
Weight(g) 1030g
Size 278x195x150mm
Brand Fotopro
Warranty Lifetime Warranty

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New Concept

Remarkable gimbal head. New concept. I like them. I should buy kit, tripod and gimbal together. Remarkable gimbal head. New concept. I like them. I should buy kit, tripod and gimbal together. Unfortunately, it is not possible to buy tripod without gimbal head.

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Sturdy, smooth and well designed

This gimbal hits the sweet spot between smooth reliable performance and reasonably affordable price. I like the layout, the large knobs and the resulting quick set-up and fast adjustment times.

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Precision made compact light weight gimbal.

This is what I was looking for in a walk-around gimbal on a composite tripod. I use a Sigma 150-600 Sport and full frame camera that comes in a little over 11 pounds. My comparison is a Wimberley on a heavy aluminum tripod which I would never part with. Because of the reduced size over the big gimbal, there are some limitations in movement but after a few weeks in the field it didn't seem to be a problem. The lens fit is tight and I can't lower the lens enough to line up with the center line of the upper arm swing (not a real problem). If you tilt the arm back 45 degrees you can shoot from slightly below horizontal to almost straight up. I was concerned this would shift the tripod center of gravity to be unstable but it didn't seem to be a problem. You can easily remove the bottom arm and utilize the side plate which worked great for me. The one con some may have is the tension adjustment. Although the spin action is extremely smooth in all directions, it comes with a lot of built in drag compared to the Wimbley which you can bring down to free spinning. I like a slight drag but you don't have any options - it's pretty much drag or lockup. After some time in the field (birds-in-flight) I never missed a shot because of drag so it wasn't a problem for me - hope it loosens up a little over time. At least with a big heavy lens it doesn't flop around in the wind and with a zoom you're out of balance about half the time.

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Amazing Design Choices

Once I started working with it I was struck by the simple elegance and efficiency of this remarkable bit of kit. I alternate between BIF and landscape and have frequently been frustrated by not being able to use my tripod and go back and forth between the two modes without having to do a swap between heads, or having to handhold one depending on whether a gimbal or ball head was mounted when I left the house. The quick release buttons to adjust angle in the field seemed a bit gimmicky but actually is proving quite practical in use. Construction is as elegant as the design. It's light, but seems more than sturdy enough (though time will test that), and the knobs are big and knurled enough to function with gloves on. In all very pleased.

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