Specialist and Panoramic Heads
The Wimberley Head WH-200 MK II is a specialised tripod head for telephoto lenses. Its gimbal-type design allows you to rotate your lens around its centre of gravity and thus easily manipulate very large lenses. Since its introduction in 1991, the Wimberley Head has become the industry standard for serious nature photographers with heavy telephoto zoom
The Benro GH2 Gimbal Head is a specialised tripod head designed for photographers who want comfort, stability and smooth control with their heavier zoom lenses. This is something that you just can't get with the standard ball head. The GH2 allows you to rotate your lens around its centre of gravity enabling easy manipulation of large lenses up to 600mm.
Specifically developed for use with very long lenses on Monopods. Key features: Friction base which enables the bracket to pan on Monopod, also can be used on a tripod. Two rubber hand grips plus rubber protection to prevent damage to lens when tilted to maximum. Variable centre height adjustment in three steps.
Speed and digital precision are paramount in the latest 405 Pro Digital Geared Head, the 405 provides ideal support and fast, pinpoint positioning for professional medium format cameras with conventional or digital backs. The 405 Pro Digital Geared Head was designed specifically to meet the more exacting, time-sensitive needs of busy professional digital
Precision engineering and uncompromising excellence are the hallmarks of this amazing tripod head. This head is perfect for landscape, still life and architectural photography, as it allows users to place their heavy cameras with a degree of accuracy. The C1 Cube is operated in the tilt and pitch planes by calibrated, geared mechanisms operated by thumb
The Zenelli Carbon ZX Gimbal Head features lock and release systems that have been designed to provide functionality and ease of use with high safety standards. Its carbon fibre and aluminium construction ensures a good balance between strength and lightness of weight while the overall design balances the centre of gravity over the panoramic axis.
The Benro GH2C Carbon Fibre Gimbal Head is a specialised tripod head for long distance and wildlife photography. Manufactured from carbon fibre, the Benro GH2C head provides comfort, stability and smooth control for photographers who own large, heavy zoom lenses. The GH2C allows you to rotate your lens around its centre of gravity enabling easy manipulation
The Benro Gimbal Head GH3 is a real boon for serious sports and wildlife photographers utilising large telephoto lenses. Heavy lenses can be hard to handle on a tripod, especially when tracking movement. Gimbal tripod heads are the solution; allowing the camera to smoothly track the action. The head features full horizontal angle adjustment with 360 degree
At 1.3 pounds and small enough to be easily packed, the Sidekick converts your ball head into a gimbal head in seconds: Simply slide the Sidekick into the quick-release of your ball head. The Sidekick's elevated tilt mechanism and side-mounted quick release allow the lens to rotate around its centre of gravity. This provides the same action and ease of
The CamRanger MP-360 Motorised Tripod Head and PT Hub is to be used with the CamRanger (not included, available separately) and allows you to pan or tilt your camera from the wired handset (included) or via a phone or tablet using the CamRanger app (free to download). The MP-360 is powered by 4 AA batteries (not included) and is a motorised tripod head
Precision engineering and uncompromising excellence are the hallmarks of this well-built tripod head. This head is perfect for landscape, still life and architectural photography, as it allows users to place their heavy cameras with a degree of accuracy. The C1 Cube is operated in the tilt and pitch planes by calibrated, geared mechanisms operated by thumb
The 303SPH is a multi-row panoramic photography head. It has sliding plates to locate the camera over the panoramic axis of rotation, plus a sliding plate which rotates around the front/back tilt axis. This allows the camera to be rotated on both horizontal and vertical axes around the camera/lens nodal point, so multi-row panoramic photo sequences (cubic