- Monopod Tilt-Head
- Large Tension Knob
- Load capacity: 25 lbs
- Arca-Swiss compatible top clamp
- Made of CNC Machined Aluminum
- Made in the USA
- 5-year warranty
- Weight: 13.3oz (378 grams)
- Dimensions: 4 x 3 x 4 inches (10.2 x 7.6 x 10.2 cm)
ProMediaGear HM1 1-Axis Tilt Head for Monopod Overview
The ProMediaGear HM1 1-Axis Tilt Head is made for monopods and includes an Arca-swiss compatible top clamp.
The easy-to-hold large tension knob allows for quick adjustments when tilting your camera. It is also self-lubricating so smooth movement is expected.
Using this tilt head provides vertical adjustment for your setup. The HM1 Tilt Head has 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 threads so you can attach it to different types of monopods - not just ProMediaGear monopods.
- HM1 Body with Arca-Swiss type Clamp
- PX3 - Universal Arca-Type Plate
- Allen Wrench
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Love all your products as I bought the Katana JR and PRO are simple the BEST
Received my monopod head two weeks ago haven’t had a chance to try outside because of the weather. However trying it indoors it seems to work as advertised, with a large lens it can be adjusted so you can have motion but yet leave go and the lens and camera don’t flop one way or the other. I also have a Wimberly monopod head, but unlike the PMG head the weight is to one side, I found that annoying at times. I can also use it for camera and lens without a foot. Might add it is well manufactured and finished.
Love the use ability of this tilt head-easy to use, love the extra features-well thought out product. Holds my gear well
i just picked up my HM1 tilt head, fit and finish is great and like all there products it is built to last 3 life times, has great friction adjustment , and like always the people who work there are what truly makes them a great company deal with keep up the great work guys and girls
My only complaint to is the tension adjustment on the side of the head has virtually no transition from full movement with the least resistance to no movement. This should be redesigned!!!! Also, to toggle knob should not have been changed from a 4 or cross toggle to a 2 toggle. This also makes it harder to fine tone the resistance of the head.