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Movo Photo GH600 Carbon Fiber Gimbal Vertical Mount w/ Quick-Release Plate EXPIRED

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Adorama has Movo Photo GH600 Heavy-Duty Carbon Fiber Gimbal Vertical Mount with Arca-Swiss Quick-Release Plate on sale for $69. Shipping is free.

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Note: Temporarily on Backorder but can still be purchased

Includes:
  • GH600 Vertical Mount Heavy-Duty Carbon Fiber Gimbal Tripod Head
  • Arca-Swiss Quick-Release Plate
Features:
  • Heavy Duty Carbon Fiber - Supports 30+ LBS
  • Vertical Mounting System - Ideal for long telephoto lenses or shooting in portrait orientation
  • Gimbal style head with swing arm with fluid panning and tiltingAluminum
  • Arca-swiss plate assembly
  • Quick Release: With Quick Release
  • Maximum Load Capacity: Holds 20 lbs or more

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    • Our research indicates that at the time of this post, the Movo Photo GH600 Carbon Fiber Gimbal Vertical Mount w/ Quick-Release Plate is $31 lower (~31% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $100.
  • About this product:
    • Movo Photo 1 Year Limited Warranty
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    • Details of Adorama's return policy can be found here. ~ persian_mafia
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Thinking of getting this for birding with the Sony 200-600. I wonder how this compares to the higher end gimbals on the market.
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Good price, but 2.75 lbs is kind of heavy. Maybe a misprint.
edit: mbnw weighed one and it was only 1.9 pounds, thanks mbnw.
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You won't be sorry. I have the heavier aluminum one and I don't go without it.
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NVM

Bought it Smilie
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Thinking of getting this for birding with the Sony 200-600. I wonder how this compares to the higher end gimbals on the market.
This may work just fine. But if you're going to be doing lots of hiking I'd suggest springing for something lighter. I'm out shooting wildlife almost every day and it's not uncommon that I'll end up hiking 5-6 miles. I recently switched from an Indurp gbh2 to a mongoose. The 1.5 pounds I knocked off is very noticeable and my shoulders thank me. Of course I'm carrying a Canon 600mm isii and 1dx, if I was using a lighter lens a heavier gimbal wouldn't matter.

edit: mbnw weighed this and it is only 1.9 lbs, so I think the weight on this is quite good. If you don't own a gimbal I would suggest getting this.
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What is this?
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Wimberly's are worth every penny.
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I use the non carbon fiber version to shoot hummingbirds in summer. Very sturdy. Excellent price IMO.
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Quote from amarali :
This may work just fine. But if you're going to be doing lots of hiking I'd suggest springing for something lighter. I'm out shooting wildlife almost every day and it's not uncommon that I'll end up hiking 5-6 miles. I recently switched from an Indurp gbh2 to a mongoose. The 1.5 pounds I knocked off is very noticeable and my shoulders thank me. Of course I'm carrying a Canon 600mm isii and 1dx, if I was using a lighter lens a heavier gimbal wouldn't matter.
If you shoulders carry the weight of your backpack you should get a better backpack with a hip strap.
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If you shoulders carry the weight of your backpack you should get a better backpack with a hip strap.
I'm usually walking with my lens/body mounted to the tripod, slung over my shoulder. You have to be ready to shoot wildlife. I only use a backpack when doing landscape.
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Quote from mitsos :
What is this?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M2vrStAitdE

He set it up wrong though. It's for taking photos for the most part though when using a tripod.

edit: the video has a slightly different model (side mount vs bottom mount)
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Quote from Eragorn :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M2vrStAitdE

He set it up wrong though. It's for taking photos for the most part though when using a tripod.

Why did he set up wrong?
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