Has anyone successfully balanced the gimbal with this camera, please? The centre of gravity (CoG) for the camera appears to be right over (or pretty close) to the 1/4" x 20 tripod hole in the base of the camera. With the slotted camera plate mounted on the front transverse boom so that the camera platform is behind the forward transverse boom (everyone with me thus far?) the CoG for the tilt axis is way too far back (measured with the tilt servo belt removed). The camera is so tail-heavy it isn't funny. On the other hand if the camera plate is positioned so that it sticks forward of the forward transverse boom, I can't get the camera quite far enough back because the knurled plastic nut for the 1/4" x 20 bolt fouls against the forward transverse boom. With a bit of jockeying, I can get the camera just back far enough to balance if, and only if, the camera is horizontal. (But the entire gimbal assembly sits tail down if I suspend it by the center of the star-arm vibration isolator mounting plate. I'll come back to this.) If I manually displace the camera by manually tilting it up or down, the camera swiftly pendulums back to horizontal. If I rotate the camera plate boom clamps around the forward transverse boom so that the camera is tilting down, closer to a normal shooting angle, the CoG of the camera now moves sharply forward of the front transverse boom and the camera nose-dives. So balancing it is not possible, it seems. As for the gimbal as a whole being tail heavy, I'm going to try and move the gimbal's vertical boom as far forward as I can until it touches the Y-boom clamp and see if that brings the entire gimbal's CoG far enough forward to balance the gimbal as a whole. I'm only talking about 1/4" of movement, but it might help. When it comes to balancing the gimbal/camera in yaw, suspending the C8 by one boom produces a very definite (and that's understatement) yawing rotation -- the Sony camera pulls the entire gimbal around until it's at the low point. Balanced, it ain't! Balancing on roll seems a little easier. I got a pretty good balance -- so that's really not part of my question.... But my original question still stands: Has anyone successfully balanced tilt and yaw with this camera please? And, if so, how did they do it? Thanks in advance Andy.