GT2G Green Tomahawk - Add on Gimbal attachment for Ball Heads

$399.95 USD

The GT2G Tomahawk Gimbal head is the perfect partner to your ball head! Get yours today!

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  • Max load capacity; 50 lbs (22 kg)
  • Mounts to Arca-type Clamp
  • Versatile 90-degree mounting plate
  • Mounts via 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 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


The GT2 Green 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 Green 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!

What's Included
  • GT2G Tomahawk Gimbal Head (Green)
  • PX3 Universal Camera Plate
  • Hex wrench set
  • 5 year warranty
Full Specifications
  • 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

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Christopher Kubiak (Homosassa, US)
yes please …..

the ability to transform a ball head to a gimbal? yes please, I’ll take one …. 75% of my shooting is handheld, but for that other 25% this is perfectly logical way to go ….. and I love that it breaks down farther for ease of carry and just fits my current tripod bag