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Wimberley Plamp
Wimberley Plamp
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The Plamp is an easily positionable arm used to hold macro subjects. One end clamps to your tripod while the other grasps the object. Use the Plamp to stabilize windblown subjects ,move obstructing foliage, adjust the position of your subject or move background objects. You can also use the Plamp to hold reflectors, graduated filters, and lens shades.

Tripod Compatibility:
The Plamp will attached to tripod legs whose diameter is between 0.9 and 1.4 inches (23 to 35mm). This includes Gitzo series 1,2,& 3 tripods and nearly all commonly used Bogen (Manfrotto) tripods. The Plamp will fit on Gitzo series 4 tripods but it is a tight fit.

Lens Compatibility:
The Plamp is 22" long, which is perfect for 100mm and smaller macro lenses. If you wish to use longer lenses with the Plamp, you may wish to extend its length with the PP-110 Plamp Extension.

It is often useful to have more than one Plamp. Use one Plamp to hold your subject while the other holds a reflector or holds back obstructing foliage.

Includes a 5 year warranty.

Please see the Specifications tab below for training videos.


Due to the manufacturer's policy, Wimberley brand products are not eligible for promotional discounts or coupon codes.
Item #: PP-100
Our Price: $3695
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Wimberley Video Training
Setting Up the Wimberley Head
Clay Wimberley walks you through the steps of how to do the basic setup of a Wimberly head: taking it out of the box, assembling it, and putting it on your tripod. Watch video >
Balancing Your Lens on the Wimberley Head
In this video, Clay Wimberley demonstrates how to balance your lens on the Wimberly Head using this step-by-step procedure. Watch video >
C-12 Clamp Features and Compatibility
In this video, Clay Wimberley talks about the new C-12 quick release clamp that has replaced the C-10 clamp. He covers the common configurations of ballheads and how the C-12 and its hardware attach in a secure way.
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Wimberley Head vs. The Sidekick
Clay Wimberley talks about the Wimberly Head vs. The Sidekick and reviews some of the pros and cons between these two different heads. Watch video >
The Arca Swiss Quick Release System
In this video, Clay Wimberley talks about the Arca Swiss Quick Release System and its popularity and what its advantages are compared to some conventional quick release systems from the past. Watch video >
The Wimberley Sidekick
In this video, Clay Wimberley demonstrates how the Wimberley Sidekick works.
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1 Most recent customer reviews (see all reviews):
Nancy Everds
September 20, 2011
I had used these as part of a Charles Needle workshop, and realized that they were essential to indoor or outdoor macro photography. They work great. I recommend getting the extension to increase the versatility

Advantages: Flexible, but sturdy
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