- Max load capacity; 50 lbs (22 kg)
- Mounts to Arca-type Clamp
- Versatile 90-degree mounting plate
- Mounts via 1/4"-20 foot threads
- Built-in Bubble Level
- Stainless steel sealed bearings
- Smooth, stable movement for long telephoto lenses
- Made of T6061 Aluminum
- Lightweight and Durable
- Made in the USA
- 5-year Warranty
- PX3 Universal Plate Included
ProMediaGear GT2 Tomahawk Gimbal Attachment for Ball Heads Overview
The GT2 Tomahawk is Promediagear’s second generation of add-on camera gimbal heads. It is a sturdy yet versatile product built for anyone with a small or big telephoto lens.
From entry-level photographers looking for a more affordable way to balance their cameras to professionals looking for a lightweight and easy-to-travel addition to their gear, the GT2 Tomahawk can fit nearly any photo shoot.
A standout feature of the GT2 is its 90-degree dual Arca-compatible slots present along the bottom and side of its base, allowing the user to attach the GT2 to Arca-compatible ball heads and other bases in a myriad of ways.
Each of these slots is also embedded with two screw slots (standard ⅜”-16 and ¼”-20) allowing for the GT2 to be attached to nearly any monopod or tripod head on the market.
At .95lbs, the small GT2 is effortless to transport, yet due to its T6061 Aluminum construction, it is a product that will last, with a guaranteed 5-year warranty.
From its accessible adjustment knobs to its convenient balancing bubbles, the GT2 Tomahawk is a vital piece of equipment for anyone looking to shoot like a pro. Get yours today!
- Length: 4” or 10.16 cm
- Body Width: 1.5” or 3.81 cm
- Arca-Clamp Width: 2.4” or 6.096 cm
- Height: 7” or 17.78 cm
- Weight: .95lbs or 434 g
I am a happy owner of a Katana Jr. and I just acquired the GT2 Tomahawk. What a remarkably light gimbal, but so sturdy and made to the highest standards. I put it on my PMG BH50c60 Ball Head. It works with the ball head seamlessly. I highly recommend this combination. No Wimberley sidekick for me anymore! I love ProMediaGear too much. The GT2 is making its first big trip for elk in three weeks. I know it will preform admirably.
Wow, that's an awesome set up! Thank you for writing a review and for your support with our products!
Noel | ProMediaGear
I have been using the Tomahawk GT2 on a monopod and I have to say, it’s brilliant. I was expecting the off-axis position of the camera to be an issue but it’s not. The tension controls give me a lot of control and the side mount takes off more than half a kilogram compared to the Katana Jr (also a brilliant piece of kit). The side mount actually makes this setup with a monopod, pro body and large telephoto lens very easy to carry over my shoulder while hiking longer distances. Everything is silky smooth and a pleasure to shoot with. I’m very pleased with my investment.
The two ArcaSwiss bases for vertical and horizontal mounting, each have 2 holes for safety screws. 2 of them screws are delivered and pre-installed in the product. When changing the direction of assembly, these must be loosened and screwed into the other base.
But one screw could not be loosened (Allen key hole was defective). In addition, I would like to have totally 4 of such security screws included so that you don't have to unscrew and screw in again every time you change the alignment.
I asked PMG how to solve the broken screw - no answer.
I wanted to buy 2-3 additional screws so that I have prepared for both types of assembly. These screms (4-40 / 3/16") are so small that they would fit perfectly into a very small bubble envelope - with shipping costs under $10; but PMG wanted $42 shipping. have reimbursed.
I really don't understand such customer-hostile support. What a pity!
I (from Europe) finally found such screws to buy at Etsy in Canada for $11, including shipping.
The GT2 Tomahawk worked perfect for Paris fashion week! Could have not gotten the shots without this awesome head!!! Great design & excellent quality!!
This piece of equipment has replaced my Wimberley MonoGimbal Head on my monopod, my Wimberley Sidekick for when I travel, and I also found it great to use on a NatureScapes Skimmer groundpod. Unlike the WImberley MonoGimbal head it keeps the big lens centered more over the top of the monopod rather than hanging off to the side. It works perfectly with my PromediaGear TR42ML Carbon Fiber Monopod and is a perfect complement to my ProMediaGear Katana Jr. Gimbal Head. Even as I was typing this I realized I need to next try it on my LensCoat beanbag for when shooting out of my car window. It is light, smooth and well made.