EVO Gimbals 25mm 3K Matte Carbon Fiber Extension Pole Set - 1/4-20 Male Female Tripod Thread Interlocking Design
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- Built From Ultra High Quality Lightweight 3K Carbon Fiber
- Works with EVO GP-PRO, EVO SP and EVO SS Gimbals. Will also work with Zhiyun and BestableCam Gimbals.
- Standard 1/4-20 interlocking thread design - same thread size used on most tripods.
- SPECIFICATIONS: Material: 3K Matte Carbon Fiber Size: 1" x 13.8" (25mm x 350mm) Mount: 1/4-20 male / female threading
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EVO Gimbals 25mm Carbon Fiber Extension Pole Set
The EVO 25mm carbon pole set is used with action camera and smartphone gimbals to replicate jib-crane like shots. Constructed from high-quality 3K matte carbon fiber, each piece is 14" inches in length and features interlocking 1/4-20 male and female threads.
Extension poles can be connected together in multiple sets if needed (up to 4 pieces)
Material: 3K Matte Carbon Fiber Size: 1" x 13.8" (25mm x 350mm)
Mount: 1/4-20 male / female threading
Compatible with all EVO GoPro and Smartphone model gimbals.
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How I found out this was after using two of the 4 I purchased, I tried to unscrew them to get them apart. The metal pieces in between were spinning around inside the carbon fiber tubes. I checked all 4 and three of them had come lose by gentle hand twisting. If you had your gimbal and your camera on it over a cliff, it is possible that the weight of the gimbal upside down could result in you loosing your rig.
I have since reglued mine with gorilla glue. Still holding well even with some serious hand twisting after my mod. After checking and testing them now I like and trust them to hold together to secure my gimbal to them.