Upper and Lower Main Tubes

The length of the main tube plays a key role in balance. The taller the camera stabilizer is, the more stable it will be. In the case of our 2-axis and 3-axis gimbals, the tube is split into two separate sections above and below the gimbal. The longer the tube below the gimbal is, the more camera weight the base will be able to compensate for, however, go too tall below and the minimum camera weight rating starts to climb.

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Thin Wall Galvanized Steel Tubes

Constructed of a thin wall galvanized steel pipe .710" in diameter with threaded plugs in both ends. Offering you years of great service thanks to its high corrosion resistance. Available in several powder coat colors. Select a size for more details.

  • Can be used for upper or lower main tube.

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Extendable Galvanized Steel/Aluminium Tubes

Constructed of a thin wall galvanized steel pipe .710" in diameter with a threaded plug in one end. The inner tube is .500" aluminum rod threaded in one end and drilled out in the other to make it strong yet light weight. Offering you years of great service thanks to its high corrosion resistance. Available in several powder coat colors. Select a size for more details.

  • Designed for lower main tube use.

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Custom Ultra Light Aluminum Extendable Tube 7-12"

Featuring an ultra light weight aluminum design, we originally created this for MiniDV Stabilizer 2 but it just didn't meet our high standards. Would make a great DIY project part because we're selling it for the cost of materials!

  • Designed for lower main tube use.