Is This The Best Monopod Head Ever?

As you know, I’m a bit of a tripod / monopod junkie. So, I’m excited to share my review of the new Wimberley MonoGimbal head.

This new lightweight head allows you to balance your rig just like a regular gimbal head – point up or down and everything stays in place, no need to tighten the locking knob. However, this compact unit is only a fraction of the size of a normal gimbal head.

Is it right for you? Check out the video for what it is, how it works, setup, field use, and recommendations.

Also, if you want to see it yourself, check it out at the link below:

https://www.tripodhead.com/products/monopodhead-main.cfm

For those in the United Kingdom: https://www.bobrigby.com/wimberley/item/wimberley_monogimbal_head_mh_100

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Charlie
Charlie
3 months ago

Hi Steve, I replaced my RRS MH-01 head with the Wimberley on your recommendation. The reasoning I did it was the point that you made about balancing the lens. Total game changer at about 60% of the cost. I can see an immediate sharpness improvement due to the improved stability and is much easier to track with. I do wish that Wimberley sold quick release plate options for their products. The screw on is a pain but some companies across the pond are stubborn as heck to change. My other problem with the RRS head was the dang thing squeaked… Read more »

Anna
Anna
5 months ago

Hi Steve, great video ! I’m planning of purchasing Monogimbal for my new 600mm lens. What monopod would you recommend ? I’m im 5’5 tall. Thank you in advance.

Bernard Ross Ross
Bernard Ross Ross
7 months ago

Do you still like this Monogimbal head.

Rob Dupcak
Rob Dupcak
7 months ago

Planning for another trip to Africa and will purchase the MonoGimbal. I think the folks at B&H should pay you some marketing cash! About every 3rd or 4th review refers to your website/youtube/review of this item.

Breck Breckenridge
Breck Breckenridge
7 months ago

I am just now coming to monopods after giving up on using tripods due their weight and size, which, on top of the weight and size of my rig (Canon 7D Mk2 and Sigma 150-600mm), was taxing my strength. I’m only 5′ 6″ and 73 yrs old. So anyway, I found an interesting monopod made by iFootage, the Cobra series. I like its features. So the question then arose – what head? And that’s how I found you. I’ve never used the collar on my Sigma loose so that makes me cautious. How would this Wimberly work on my set… Read more »

Mike Arter
Mike Arter
1 year ago

Late to the party here, thanks for the tip on this Steve. Just received mine today to use with a Nikon 200-500 on a D500. The Nikon foot/collar on the lenses makes it really tight to access the Pv button which I use to switch to single point focus. Bigger issue is the fact that it puts a lot of leverage on the collar, to the point where I have to lift the camera to get out of the “notch” with the arrow marking where to remove the collar. Anyone else experiencing this? What lens collar/foot replacement do you recommend?… Read more »

Francine Dollinger
Francine Dollinger
2 years ago

I had the sidekick and it was a no brainer when this came out. I tried it last week With my 500pf and tamron 150-600 I cant figure out how to get the tripod collar to rotate so that the monopod is on the right but the button to release the collar is on top. Is that possible to do. I have it attached straight to the monopod.

nelson rocha
nelson rocha
2 years ago

Hello Steve – which size RRS lever release clamp did you go with for your Gitzo 4552? I see a 60mm and 80mm version of the Really Right Stuff B2-LLR-II Lever-Release Clamp. Thank you!

Cary
2 years ago
Reply to  nelson rocha

I have the same question which one do you 60 mm 80 mm.

Nelson
Nelson
2 years ago
Reply to  Steve Perry

No worries…thank you Steve!!

CHRISTIAN SOMMEILLIER
CHRISTIAN SOMMEILLIER
2 years ago

Hi Steve, I saw your last information about the new Heynar foot specifically designed for the 500 PF; as I will in the next days order the monogimbal for my 500 PF, is it better to order the Wimberley AP-500 replacement foot or the new foot you suggest (My camera is a D500)?
Thank’s a lot.

Christian

CHRISTIAN SOMMEILLIER
CHRISTIAN SOMMEILLIER
2 years ago
Reply to  Steve Perry

Thank you Steve; I didn’t make yet my choice for a monopod; I am 5’10” and I don’t want to bend myself each time I will use it; what’s about a Feisol Monopod CM1471 able to withstand 25 pounds (enough for my needs) with a max height of 66” + 3.5” with the monogimbal head?

CHRISTIAN SOMMEILLIER
CHRISTIAN SOMMEILLIER
2 years ago
Reply to  Steve Perry

Thank you Steve, I will follow your advice.

Christian

Mike Goldstein
2 years ago

Hi Steve, the monogimbal is indeed wonderful but as you mentioned the smoothness of the lens rotation collar is a big factor. My previous-generation Nikon 400mm f/2.8 AF-S VR ED is really stiff; it doesn’t want to rotate on the monogimbal unless I lift up on the lens while turning it. The same lens, however, rotates fine if the foot is supported from the bottom, as it is when on a full gimbal head. I would love to get this lens working better on the monogimbal; do you have any ideas for improving the rotation? Is this something that Nikon… Read more »

Bill Baburchak
2 years ago
Reply to  Mike Goldstein

Mike,
I am having the same issue with the same 400 lens. But my lens is only a year old so the collar should not be worn out! It was so uncomfortable that I had to return the head 🙁

Bill Baburchak
2 years ago
Reply to  Steve Perry

No, it’s a G. But I’m pretty sure you are right about the offset. The lens is so far away from the pivot point that there is too much weight on the collar and it binds up. If I spring for a new, shorter offset collar (if there even is one) and the monogimbal head, I’m up to the price of a full gimbal head! I did find a tilt head that I can live with. It’s the Sirui L-10. It is able to handle the weight of the 400. Not as nice as the monogimbal but it will do… Read more »

Vic Berthelsdorf
Vic Berthelsdorf
2 years ago

Thanks for this Steve. The timing couldn’t have been better. The 600 f/4 FL that arrived here Dec. 26 was quickly fitted with a replacement arca compatible foot & the Wimberley fitted to a Gitzo mono-pod. I’ve had no trouble hand holding the 500FL, but opted for more stability with it’s heavier big brother. I did have to send the mono-pod back, & exchange it for the long version. GM4552L. The extra length is necessary for anything overhead and made a lot of difference. With a 1.4x attached I was able to get sharp photos of a Merlin & a… Read more »

Bill Janes
Bill Janes
2 years ago

Steve, Thanks for the excellent review and tips on using the monogimbal. I am tempted to buy it, but am hesitating since I already have Wimberly Side-Kick which can also be used with a monopod although it is designed for tripod use. Of course it is bulkier than the new item, but it does eliminate the offset that occurs with the monogimbal. Would appreciate your comments is you have made a comparison. BTW, I did attend your recent presentation at CAPS and found it outstanding and would recommend that those who were unable to attend watch the presentation on your… Read more »

Barry
2 years ago
Reply to  Bill Janes

The MonoGimbal actually utilized the same components as the sidekick but with a different body.
The strength and stability are therefore not limited by the strength of the ballhead and it will easily handle anything your monopod can support.

In actual use the weight is centered over the foot of the monopod.
The offset provides several advantages and no disadvantages over a traditional design when used on a monopod.

Bas Cuthbert
Bas Cuthbert
2 years ago

Thanks Steve, buying on your recommendation, my monogimbal arrived in New Zealand from Amazon this week. So much better than using my regular gimbal head on my Manfrotto monopod. However my D850 is now about 6 inches lower even with the monopod fully extended. At 6’2″ it means I’m stooped over looking through the viewfinder. Hope my back lasts 🙂

Gregory
2 years ago

Thanks a mil Steve. I am catching up and this most XCLNT info and vid is Eggsactly what I have been waiting for in mono pod tech and info.I especially appreciate the “sling” mode section as I love hiking and traipsing about. Now I can do that AND not have to go insane over handheld stabilizing:)

Swaroop
Swaroop
2 years ago

I have been using a proper Gimbal head(inspired from your proper gimbal head video last year) with my Manfrotto monopod for quite some time now. It was a real pain to lug around the heavy rig (compared to my tilt head), I occasionally take it out. Now I have ordered one here in the UK, expecting to give me some nice shots with the setup.

Jeff
Jeff
2 years ago

So I decided to pick up one of these (just got today). Haven’t tried out in the field yet. I did find, like you, that both of the 500/600 f4 lenses (I have access to both) both feel a bit tight on the tripod collar. Since I haven’t truly tried out in the field I can’t say for certain, but I can’t imagine it will be a real problem while shooting.

Lee Lindquist
Lee Lindquist
2 years ago

#1 – will this work with the Nikon 80-400? Can one use this on a tripod? I recognize one would loose the “panning” capability, unless I use it with my video head (which doesn’t pan as smoothly). Thanks!

Barry
2 years ago
Reply to  Lee Lindquist

80-400 yes
Tripod no

Tom Reynolds
2 years ago

Ginnie and I took out this new setup for a test drive. I fastened the Sigma 150-600 Contemporary foot with double screws (drilled and tapped the foot) and locktite on to a slide plate. The Wimberly Mono Gimbal head was paired with a Benro series monopod (MAD49A). Our cameras are Nikon D-7200. We shot both standing and sitting in lightweight foldable chairs (Lightspeed Tripod). Compared to my Benro Gimbal Head on a tripod, I was able to correct and find birds in flight much quicker both standing and sitting. As seen in the video, I had the tripod tilted back… Read more »

Lincoln Flynn
Lincoln Flynn
8 months ago
Reply to  Tom Reynolds

Hi Tom. I too have a d7200 with the Sigma 150-600C. I also have a longer base plate I can attach to it like you did. I’m doing some research before buying a head for my monopod, and I’m wondering if you are still happy a year on? My main concern is having enough space between the lens foot and both the camera body and lens to access all buttons and controls, and be able to comfortably hold the camera. I’m assuming you mount it with the monopod to the left of the lens? Thanks in advance for any advice… Read more »

Tom Reynolds
8 months ago
Reply to  Lincoln Flynn

I am still happy with my mono gimble. However, as compared with my nikkor 500pf, the 150-600C is relatively difficult to rotate in the collar. In tracking moving subjects the monopod often winds up not straight (90 degrees perpendicular to the ground) requiring the camera to be rotated in the foot collar to maintain parallel to the horizon. Of course this can be fixed in post but with the 500pf that rotation is smooth.

Rex Matthews
Rex Matthews
2 years ago

Based on your video review and recommendation, I ordered the Wimberley MonoGimbal head, and chose a Sirui P-224SR monopod on which to mount it. Both arrived yesterday, and I used them together for the first time today. Wow! The combination of this monopod and gimbal head handles my Nikon D750 and Tamron SP 150-600 G2 beautifully. The tripod leg stand of the monopod will support the weight of the rig if the legs are properly positioned. Thank you for making my bird and wildlife photography both easier and more enjoyable!

Tom Reynolds
2 years ago

I have the Sigma 150-600 Contemporary which has a single piece ring-foot so the Wimberly replacement foots won’t work. My solution is to have the foot tapped so I can place and additional screw to hold the Arca plate to the foot.

Barry
2 years ago
Reply to  Tom Reynolds

Putting a second hole is one option.

These Desmond plates have a ridge on the back that reduces the chances of the lens foot slipping out.
They come in various lengths and are inexpensive

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1062507-REG/desmond_dpl_169_7_3_4_long_lens.html

They will work with a single screw and prevent twisting out, but it is necessary to tighten then occasionally

They are not as secure as having 2 screws but they are a lot better than a flat plate with a single screw

Tom Reynolds
2 years ago
Reply to  Barry

I looked at the Desmond plates. They appear superior to what I have BUT what I really want is a one piece ring-foot and No Joy finding one. I simply have to make one using one or maybe two additional screws and locktite everything into place.

Barry
2 years ago
Reply to  Tom Reynolds

When mounting this lens the MonoGimbal should go on the right (grip side) of the camera.
This type of ring releases when rotated to the top and will release when used on the left (non grip side) in the portrait rotation.
When transporting the camera lock the lens ring, when using the camera loosen the lens ring
Your rig will work great on the MonoGimbal but this tip you save you some minor aggravation.

Tom Reynolds
2 years ago
Reply to  Barry

Thanks Barry. I will do this. Ginnie and I are good underwater photographers (www.tomandginnie.com) but birds are a new subject for us (which is why I am here).

Tom

Lester Sussman
Lester Sussman
2 years ago

I really enjoy your videos and the way you present the information. Thanks.
I have several of your e-books and read them from time to time. How about hard copies. I find print easier to read and I seem to remember the information better.
On another note: I’m past (way past) social security and don’t have the strength to carry the heavy lenses long distances. How about a video for us old folks with some alternatives to the big lenses.

Robert
Robert
2 years ago

Thank you Steve for another informative video. I hope you will keep us posted when this Monogimbal head finally adopts a quick release lever to attach a big lens, like a 600mm f/4. It is too much of a juggling act to count on a screw knob. Thank you.

Steve
Steve
2 years ago
Reply to  Robert

I don’t believe Wimberley make a lever clamp. The monogimbal does appear to use the C10 head and is presumably attached to the monogimbal spindle with a standard 3/8” thread.
Perhaps you could ask Wimberley if the attachment is indeed 3/8” and if they’d supply without a clamp. You could them fit your preferred clamp using Loctite to ensure it doesn’t loosen.

Morgan.p
Morgan.p
2 years ago

How can I ever save enough money to go to your class in Costa Rica if I need to keep buying all this cool gear you review? Thanks Steve

Dale Elliott
Dale Elliott
2 years ago

Thanks a lot very helpful information!!

ann Lendon
ann Lendon
2 years ago

Thanks Steve

Tony Yocom
Tony Yocom
2 years ago

Great video. By the way, which RRS Lever Release Clamp are you using with that rig, and which Series 4 Gitzo Monopod are you using?

William H. Schmidtgall
William H. Schmidtgall
2 years ago

This looks great. Why couldn’t I also attach to a tripod via the acra swiss connection? If it’s great for a monopod, why not use it for tripod?

Steve
Steve
2 years ago

If you’re desperate to do it, you could add a rotating panning clamp between the Wimberley and the tripod. Something like RRS PC-PRO Round Panning Clamp or the lever equivalent. Given the cantilevered load, I’d use one from a reputable manufacturer rather than a Chinese knock off. Way smoother and much stronger.

Barry
2 years ago
Reply to  Steve

The MonoGimbal is not intended for monopod use and may not perform well on tripod even with a pan head.

Barry
2 years ago
Reply to  Barry

Correction…Is intended for monopod

Steve
Steve
2 years ago
Reply to  Barry

Agree entirely. I wouldn’t do it. Just pointing out an option if he’s hung up on trying it.

Christian Sommeillier
Christian Sommeillier
2 years ago

Hi Steeve, thank’s again for this instructive video; my question: using a 500 PF, with its original foot, is it preferable to buy the Heynar foot you recommend in your Nikon 500 PF full review or the Wimberley AP-500 replacement foot suggested with the monogimbal head?

Barry
2 years ago

I have the Wimberly foot.
It replaces the quick release feature with a foot that stays on and is more secure, but not easily removable.
The back end extends further and is easier to balance with a heavy camera (D850) plus grip plus teleconverter.
The original foot does not extend far enough to balance this combination.

A single pin needs to be inserted , it is not difficult but follow the instructions carefully.

Jones Tom
Jones Tom
2 years ago

I use the replacement lens foot from Kirk Enterprises for 500PF, 200-5-00, 70-200 and my old 80-400. Dovetail is built in. Very happy with the build/operation of Kirk.

Jeff
Jeff
2 years ago

I have the RRS foot and it works great on the 500 PF. It is essentially the same as the 70-200 f2.8 foot they make.

Pamela Cohen
2 years ago

Ok Steve,
This whole rig with Wimberley’s new head looks fantastic. I have one of their products and it is great. I like the concept of its design, however, I am concerned that carrying a heavy lens and camera body across your back while hiking distances as shown in your video, might break down the tightness and hold of the gimbal head mount. This is my concern more than the stress on the monopod. Can you please check with the designers from Wimberley and see if they approve of such usage.

Thanks, Pamela /Prima Photography

Barry
2 years ago
Reply to  Pamela Cohen

I always suggest using a lens strap (no matter what equipment you are using.
I have sometimes carried as shown in video and it works good.
I also often point the lens straight down, lock it, and carry in front of me (in a waist level pouch.
If you have a chest strap you can even strap it and carry hands free.

John Tighe
John Tighe
2 years ago

How would you balance the Nikon 200-500 since Balance point changes as you zoom.?

Tord
Tord
2 years ago

I love those overdesigned Manfrotto monopods (I have two!)

Andrew U. Lee
2 years ago

Caramba, excellent review and I am ordering immediately! Game changer indeed, especially the carry aspect, slinging it over the shoulder is KILLER!

Steve
Steve
2 years ago

Hi Steve, Another great video as usual. I began using an Acratech ball head with side mount gimbal feature on smaller lenses (80 – 400) and found it worked pretty well. The camera offset wasn’t an issue, my concern was more around stresses in the mounting. If this had been available, I would have bought it. I’d been using an Induro GHBA Gimbal Head (like Wimberley sidekick) on tripod and tried using it on monopod as well. I found it smoother to use and felt more secure with heavier rigs. It also had the benefit of moving lens mass closer… Read more »

Lauren Myers
Lauren Myers
2 years ago

I am so excited to hear about the Wimberly Monogimbal Head in your video. I am not the most mechanical person so I have a question. I have the same RRS monopod head on my Gitzo monopod that you have. If I remove that head, buy the Monogimbal head, I would like to put it on the monopod using a RRS Lever-release clamp which I would then attach the arca-swiss dovetails that is part of the Monogimbal head to the RRS clamp. Wimberly also sells quick release clamps but I prefer the RRS ones. If this makes sense to you,… Read more »

Ed Swinehart
Ed Swinehart
2 years ago
Reply to  Steve Perry

The RRS 80mm Lever Release is a direct/exact fit. Easy swap. First thing I did when I got it today

Barry
2 years ago
Reply to  Lauren Myers

If you want you can simply remove the head you are now using and screw the MonoGimbal directly onto the monopod.

You do not need anything else.

If you want it to be even lighter you can remove the camera plate on your monopod (most simply unscrew) and mount the MonoGimbal directly on the 3/8” mounting stud.

Some monopod studs will be too long with the plate removed, if your stud is too long you can get a different mounting stud or put the plate back on.

Dan Klimek
Dan Klimek
2 years ago

Thanks, looks great. I have been thinking about using a monopod but a gimbal head does add a lot of extra weight. This does look like a good alternative. I would however want to try out the ball head idea suggested by Harold FEIERTAG in the comments. I have an old Manfrotto ball head on which I can attach an arca-swiss clamp from another head. I also noticed in you video that when you were porting your camera and monopod using a conventional gimbal that all the weight of the camera/gimbal was putting a bending stress on the top most… Read more »

Barry
2 years ago
Reply to  Dan Klimek

You are correct, the offset nature of this gimbal does put some additional stress on the monopod, and a flimsy poorly built monopod may break. Wimberly recommends a monopod capacity of 3x the weight of your rig. I have broken 3 cheap flimsy monopods, but I have been using sturdy monopods for a long time and never had a problem with a good monopod. Surprisingly have also found that aluminum monopods are a bit more resistant to breakage than comparable carbon monopods. But it is important to use a good monopod and if you do you will have absolutely no… Read more »

Bruce
Bruce
2 years ago

I prefer using the Manfrotto 234 monopod tilt head with an Arca-Swiss clamp attached to the top whenever possible. It puts the camera and lens directly over the monopod shaft instead of to one side as with the Wimberly device and I can have the lens foot at the bottom of the lens which makes it easier to get to the camera controls which are otherwise blocked with a side mount (as with the Sidekick)/.

Tord S. Eriksson
Tord S. Eriksson
2 years ago
Reply to  Bruce

I used that, to begin with, but prefer the Sirui Dan used before!

Tord
Tord
2 years ago

Ooops! Barry! No Dan! Sorry, Barry!

Tord
Tord
2 years ago
Reply to  Tord

I am evidently out joint today, Steve!

The wife is ill, which might affect my concentration!

Barry
2 years ago

Hi Steve Great review. I have been using monopod gimbals similar to this for about 15 years (I have been custom modifying existing products) This one is far sturdier, lighter, and easier to use than the ones I have built. I agree with what you say, and compliment you on discovering many of the versatile uses of this in such a short time. As you have shown the offset nature of this product allows for much more versatility than a conventional gimbal. I would just like to add that using a waist level pouch or double strap web flag carrier… Read more »

Barry
2 years ago
Reply to  Steve Perry

Almost any kind of pouch will work, but I find double web flag carriers to work best.

Few people know how useful these are because they are not advertised for photography.

This one is my favorite (and it comes in Olive)

https://www.supplyroom.com/army-jrotc/product/49933/flag-carrier-double-strap-olive-drab-web-with-cloth-pouch

The Annin 660018 is also very good and a little less expensive.

Karen Kaner
Karen Kaner
2 years ago

great piece a kit for monopod use !! fantastic review as always Steve! thanks for sharing this info

Mac
Mac
2 years ago

Thanks for the video, Steve. Looks like an interesting option for big lens use on a monopod. Totally unrelated question: I have several of your e-books and know you have updated them from time-to-time. Is there some sort of version number in your e-books so I can tell if I have the latest version? Thanks.

Mac
Mac
2 years ago
Reply to  Steve Perry

Thanks Steve. Very helpful. Your e-books are the best.

Tim Harding
Tim Harding
2 years ago

Jobu Jr. gimbal.

Joe T
Joe T
2 years ago
Reply to  Tim Harding

I have been using the same unit for sport photography on a 500 mm f/4 lens. Still prefer bottom-mounted for greater security. Durability is another big plus.

Bob Flanagan
Bob Flanagan
2 years ago

Steve, will this head work on a setup where the camera is attached to the head because there is no mount on the lens?

Bob Flanagan
Bob Flanagan
2 years ago
Reply to  Steve Perry

Thanks. I thought that would be the case; how could you balance it??

Robert Hoch
Robert Hoch
2 years ago
Reply to  Steve Perry

It would seem if you had an L-plate on your camera, this could work.

Harold FEIERTAG
Harold FEIERTAG
2 years ago

Hi Steve, I can do the same with my GP Ball-Head by Acratech using gimbal and pan feature.

Barry
2 years ago

You can use a ball head as a gimbal, and it will work (sort of) but the MonoGimbal is designed from the ground up to be use only with monopods and lens ring equipped lenses.

It will therefore perform far better.

A zoom lens will do what many different prime lenses will do, and more, but most people will agree that the best prime lens will outperform any zoom lens.

Tom Jones
Tom Jones
2 years ago

Darn you Steve Perry! Just when I think I’ve got all the equipment I need/want, you produce another terrific video. I always learn from your work products. Among others this time, the tip about putting a piece of tape on the lens foot to mark the balance point. Trust all is good with you.

Gary Haigh
2 years ago

Looks pretty good but I think I will stick with my Gimbal on the monopod.

Charles Cummins
Charles Cummins
2 years ago

Nice Video, as usual. However, I’ve used monopods directly to the lens foot for years, sticking with it.

Adi
Adi
2 years ago

Thanks for the review, I’ve been wanting to get a monopod head for a while now. I hope you get a couple of bucks from your link.

Debbie
Debbie
2 years ago

Hi Steve, I’m new to using a monopod. I know you turn off vibration control when you use a tripod, but do you use it when you use a monopod? Thanks!

Debbie
Debbie
2 years ago
Reply to  Steve Perry

Thank you.

Debbie
Debbie
2 years ago
Reply to  Steve Perry

I have all of your books and constantly refer to them!

Bruce
Bruce
2 years ago
Reply to  Steve Perry

It really depends on the shutter speed used. At 1/500s or faster VR is not adding anything but does interfere with and retard autofocus performance. Quite noticeale with the 500mm PF lens.

Barry
2 years ago
Reply to  Steve Perry

I use a lot of very long lenses and fast shutter speeds for birds in flight.
At what shutter speeds/focal length combinations do you suggest using or not using VR ?

John Gerber
John Gerber
2 years ago

This could be a game changer for me because walking in the woods with a 600 mm on a sturdy tripod is just not fun. I’ve immediately ordered one and so glad you made this video.

Rob Tol
Rob Tol
2 years ago

280 bucks to get it in Holland ha ha no way hozee

Cal Towle
Cal Towle
2 years ago
Reply to  Steve Perry

Me too. Add $73 to ship to Canada and we are on the same continent!

Barry
2 years ago
Reply to  Rob Tol

My understanding is that the overseas shipping is rather expensive, and that the product has not yet shipped to many retailers.

I expect the price will be lower once it reaches local retailers.

John Havord
John Havord
2 years ago
Reply to  Rob Tol

Rob, this UK site, offers free deliver to Europe on this item –
https://www.bobrigby.com/wimberley/item/wimberley_monogimbal_head_mh_100

Hope this helps.

John Havord
John Havord
2 years ago
Reply to  John Havord

Been on the site, to order, but there is actually a £5 delivery charge. Seems quite reasonable for this type of product.

John Havord
John Havord
2 years ago
Reply to  Steve Perry

Apparently, they’ve had a rush of orders, since you posted your video. Just proves, that there is a lot of trust in you, which has been well earned.