Sevenoak SK-ECH03 360° Remote Control Electric Motorized Pan Tilt Head Max. Load 5kg/11Lbs for Canon Nikon Sony DSLR Camera Video Studio Photography

Sevenoak SK-ECH03 360° Remote Control Electric Motorized Pan Tilt Head Max. Load 5kg/11Lbs for Canon Nikon Sony DSLR Camera Video Studio Photography

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Want to do time-lapse video shooting/panoramic photography? This Sevenoak SK-ECH03 motorized pan tilt head will offer you with a marvelous shooting experience. It makes it easy for you to achieve all direction shooting. You can adjust camera shooting angle by operating the remote control. Nice choice for professional photographer and filmmaker.

Motorized pan tilt head can achieve 360°rotation vertically and horizontally.
Great for panoramic photography and time-lapse video shooting.
Comes with controller and two 6m/19.7ft extension cables for remote operation.
Driving gear ensure smooth moving, speed can be adjusted from 0.5rpm/min to 3.3rpm/min.
10cm long QR plate with 1/4" screw and scale.  
Both tilt plate and QR plate base are movable.
Constructed by high grade durable metal, can bear up to 5kg/11Lbs load.
With 1/4" and 3/8" screw on the bottom, can be fixed on tripod, camera jib, slider and etc.

Brand: Sevenoak
Model: SK-ECH03
Plug: US
Voltage: AC 100V - 240V, 50/60hz
Output: DC 12V-2A
Max Load: 5kg /11Lbs
Quick Release Plate Length: 10cm / 3.9in
Pan Movement: 360 Degrees Vertical Rotation
Tilt Movement: 360 Degrees Horizontal Rotation
Fastest Speed: 3.3rpm/min
Slowest Speed: 0.5rpm/min
Extension Cable Length: 6m / 19.7ft
Package Size: 44 * 27.4 * 11.5cm / 17.3 * 10.8 * 4.5in
Package Weight: 4.1kg / 9.1Lbs

Package List:
1 * Pan Tilt Head
1 * Quick Release Plate
1 * Controller
2 * Motor
2 * Motor Cable
1 * AC Adapter
1 * Pivot Base
1 * Wrench
2 * Screw
5 * Bandage
1 * Carrying Bag
1 * User Manual(English)

Camera and jib are not included.
Recommended to use off-camera microphone for video recording to limit motor noise picked up.
  • Q: Will a Panasonic Lumix FZ 1000 work with the Sevenoak SK-ECHO3 ?

    By Paul February 18, 2017 19:45:31

    A: Yes, suitable. And the load bearing is 3KG. Product link: https://goo.gl/CKthKa

    Reply By Customer Service Center February 20, 2017 04:14:19

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  • By w**** December 19, 2016

    Motorized head itself works wonderfully, heavy duty feel and function.This is SO rare in my experience for a personal call from someone in the US! Very impressed by their customer service. Pretty simple to set up and tear down, takes only a couple minutes. It has a simple design that's easy to understand in the event you take something apart to put it back together.

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  • By d**** December 18, 2016

    I've used the head on two commercial shoots and have no complaints. Something I really like is that it pans and tilts a full 360 degrees. It has a variable speed output - and on the lowest setting I did notice some jittering/ or bumpiness. It's great for a jib or crane and can also be mounted upside down. Speed has great range, smooth, a little motor noise but for the price.

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  • By x**** December 18, 2016

    I really love this motorized pan & tilt head. It gives a person who's operating like a 'One Man Band', an easier way to handle their production. The foam lined case is excellent. The product assembly was easy to follow and install on my Manfrotto tripod.It feels like a premium product in my opinion and for the price, you won't be disappointed. I did a test run with my 15' wonder pole and it worked perfectly. I had to purchase a portable power bank to be able to use it outdoors to record soccer games. So far I'm very happy with it.

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  • By x**** December 17, 2016

    I bought a crane for location shoots, which meant I was no longer able to reach the camera to accomplish pans and tilts. I've never used a motorized pan/tilt head before, but after doing a LOT of research, and watching a lot of YouTube videos, I decided to take the plunge. After some experimentation, I decided on the "hanging" mount because it provided more stability, and made the entire rig less top-heavy. I just recommend being really comfortable with it before you use it on something critical.

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