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Hague MPH Pan & Tilt Power Head 360°

Hague Camera Supports

£174.00 (Inc. Tax)
£145.00 (Ex. Tax)
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The Hague MPH 360° Pan & Tilt Powerhead is ideal for still cameras and all handheld camcorders up to 2.7kg (6lbs). The Power Head may be fastened to a tripod or to any mounting device having a standard ¼"-20 mounting screw and is ideal for use with the Hague PHS Powerhead Stand.

The unit is battery operated with a wired remote control for both pan & tilt, it also has a variable speed control. This unit can also be used with the Camranger and PT Hub combination and on masts for aerial photography.

Power Source 4 AA Batteries
Vertical Tilt + - 15 Degrees
Horizontal Pan 360 Degrees
Approx. Max. Speed- Vertical Tilt 2.4 Degrees per sec.
Approx. Min. Speed- Vertical Tilt 1.2 Degrees per sec.
Approx. Max. Speed- Horizontal Pan 8 Degrees per sec.
Approx. Min. Speed- Horizontal Pan 4 Degrees per sec.
Auto Pan Settings Not available
Maximum Camera Weight 2.7kg. (6lbs)
Size 145x115x103mm (5.75x4.5x4 inches)
Weight (with batteries) 0.9kg. (2lb.)

Price includes the MPH Pan & Tilt Powerhead 360 degrees which is supplied with the standard remote control and a 6m extension cable. Does not include AA batteries, tripod, wall bracket or camera, all pictured for illustrative purposes.

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  • 4
    pan and tilt head

    Posted by peter linney on 5th Mar 2022

    It pans very good, but the tilt is very slow even when I set the speed to fast,, I like the long remote cable..

  • 4
    Useful and well-made

    Posted by David Woolf on 2nd Dec 2021

    After a few minutes 'running in' the head moves smoothly and with no discernible noise. A single jotsticj control that handled both direction and speed of movement would make this a far more useful device for general shooting. You can't fault the build quality or value, however.

  • 4
    Ideal for remotely positioning your camera to get the ideal composition

    Posted by Alan Tomes on 7th May 2020

    Is a few years old now and needs updating to allow greater range of tilt and speed increments to make special timelapse compositions.

  • 5
    Hague MPH Modified Pan & Tilt Power Head 360

    Posted by David Withers on 22nd Apr 2019

    Very good idea, works perfect. seems a bit bulky at first but really makes taking photos easier.

  • 4
    Hauge MPH Modified Pan & Tilt

    Posted by MAL20040 on 17th Feb 2018

    I have bought a few of these. They are reliable. Not 5 star as tilt range is limited and gears are plastic and do wear out after time especially if carrying a heavy camera/lens. Cameragrip Response: Thank you for your review. With any front heavy DSLR type camera it is very important that the camera is as centrally balanced on the Powerhead as possible. Therefore, we would always recommend using the Hague BCP Balance Correction Plate to adjust the cameras centre point, so that it is not front heavy nor rear heavy, this way it'll ensure that the camera is centrally balanced on the Powerhead and the motors shouldn't be put under additional strain. I have put a direct link to this item below for your consideration: I hope this helps, and thank you once again for your order and your review.

  • 5
    excellent product

    Posted by Unknown on 8th Jan 2015

    just what I needed

  • 4
    Seems like a good product

    Posted by Bjarne Kristensen on 13th Oct 2014

    The product seems like a quality product and is working as expected. I am hovewer not glad to see a big warning note inside the package telling me not to put this button to that possition, and not to put this other button to that possition. But the product is doing the job I need it to do anyway

  • 5
    Beautiful Birds

    Posted by MR A R Stanley on 26th Sep 2014

    I invested in this head as a way of getting footage of the beautiful birds that visit my garden and it works exceptionally well. It now means I can sit in the kitchen and still change the angle/direction of the camera. I even got some shots of a squirrel yesterday.