How to Assemble the Sevenoak Gimbal Head ?

Assembling the Sevenoak Gimbal Head is a simple matter of attaching the Head’s platform (detached to make it more compact for shipping) to the swinging arm of the Head. Do not tighten the platform knob unless it is mounted on the Head.

  Assembling the Sevenoak Gimbal Head is a simple matter of attaching the Head’s platform (detached to make it more compact for shipping) to the swinging arm of the Head. Do not tighten the platform knob unless it is mounted on the Head.

  S t e p 1 : Align the platform jaws properly with the dovetail grooves in the swing arm. Slide the platform onto the swing arm of the Head. Slide the platform all the way down until it hits the “stop” at the bottom.

  S t e p 2 : Tighten the platform knob firmly. (The platform should lock securely to the arm without the need to apply extreme torque). The platform height will be adjusted later if needed.

  If your tripod has a smaller ¼” mounting stud , check to see if it is a reversible stud with a 3/8”-16 threaded section on the other end. If so, reverse the stud and use the 3/8” end of the stud. If the ¼” stud is not reversible, you will need to use a reducer bushing to mount the Head to the tripod. Robust brass bushings can be ordered through our website.

Gimbal Tripod Head

  Step 1: Firmly tighten the lower (pan) knob.

  Step 2: Position the Head with the spool mounting hole (located under the spool) directly over the threaded tripod mounting stud.

  It is important to keep the Head completely straight (vertical) over the stud to keep the spool threads from cross - threading.

  Step 3: Screw the Head clockwise onto the stud of your tripod until

  it seats the bottom spool of the Head and the tripod mounting plate. Use the leverage hole to achieve a tighter attachment if desired (see below).Loosen the pan knob slightly and rotate the Head to check the security of the mount. The spool should not loosen when you turn the Head counterclockwise, and the head should not wobble at all.

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