Really Right Stuff PG-01 Compact Pano-Gimbal Head with Lever-Release Clamp, Leveling Base, and Nodal Slide

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Really Right Stuff PG-01 Compact Pano-Gimbal Head with Lever-Release Clamp, Leveling Base, and Nodal Slide
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 8 lb
  • Height: 7.75"
  • Weight: 1.2 lb
  • Arca-Compatible Clamp
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The PG-01 Compact Pano-Gimbal Head from Really Right Stuff is an ultra-portable, lightweight tripod head offered in numerous configurations depending on the needs of the user. This version includes a lever-release Arca-type quick release clamp, a removable nodal slide, and an integrated leveling base with Arca-type dovetail compatibility.
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Really Right Stuff PG-01 LR Overview

The PG-01 Compact Pano-Gimbal Head from Really Right Stuff is an ultra-portable, lightweight tripod head offered in numerous configurations depending on the needs of the user. This version includes a lever-release Arca-type quick release clamp, a removable nodal slide, and an integrated leveling base with Arca-type dovetail compatibility.

Designed as both a panoramic and gimbal head, the PG-01 is recommended for users wishing to capture single or multi-row panoramas with non-collared lenses. It can also be used as a small gimbal support for cameras with medium telephoto lenses, or in layman's terms, lenses no larger than a traditional 70-200mm f/2.8 lens. With a load capacity of 8 lb, Really Right Stuff suggests using this head exclusively for mirrorless cameras or small DSLR's; users with larger gear should consider similar heads with higher weight capacities.

The PG-01's design consists of two arms that control the rotation and swing of the cameras position. The base arm is connected directly to the integrated base rotator, which features a laser-engraved 360° scale for accurate positioning when capturing single or multi-row panoramas. The vertical arm, which mounts to the base arm via an Arca-type clamp, may be positioned with the assistance of a laser-engraved millimeter scale. The vertical arm also features an adjustable rotator with engraved 360° markings and a lever-lock equipped Arca-type clamp for mounting and dismounting your camera. The inclusion of a removable nodal slide provides the user with a greater adjustment range when photographing single and multi-row panoramas. The slide also features an Arca-type dovetail, an Arca-type quick release clamp, and engraved millimeter markings for accurate positioning.

This version of the PG-01 also includes an integrated leveling base built into the horizontal rotator. The inclusion of the base eliminates the need for users to purchase a separate leveling device or use the PG-01 with an additional ball head. The base is controlled by a precision-machined knob, which provides the user with maximum locking power for a stable grip. Accurate leveling is achieved with the assistance of a built-in bubble level, which has been placed at the far-end of the horizontal arm.

Additional technical features include a 3/8"-16 tripod mounting thread, an Arca-type dovetail integrated into the base rotator, a lightweight construction of just 1.2 lb, and an included 5/32 Hex Key with magnetic storage slot.

Designed for gimbal support and single and multi-row panoramas
Includes an MPR-CL Arca-type compatible nodal slide
Supports DSLRs and mirrorless cameras with up to a 70-200mm f/2.8 lens
Integrated leveling base with bubble level
Pivots 360° on both the horizontal and vertical plane
Lever-release Arca-type compatible quick release clamp
Ultra-lightweight design—just 1.2 lb
Laser-engraved degree markings and millimeter scale
Machined from solid aluminum and stainless steel components
UPC: 818413022843

Really Right Stuff PG-01 LR Specs

Material of ConstructionAluminum and Stainless Steel
Load Capacity8 lb (3.6 kg)
Quick Release SystemYes, Arca-type
Panning Range360°
Tripod Mounting Thread3/8"-16
Dimensions7.75 x 6.6 x 2.8" (19.7 x 16.9 x 7.1 cm)
Weight1.2 lb (528 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.835 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.7 x 6.4 x 4.35"
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