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It might be a Vanguard, and I'm putting +1 on the question to cancel out the negative...most tripod manufacturers don't restrict themselves to photo or video. Take a look at http://www.vanguardworld.com/ and see if you can see any resemblance, or try google image search for 'vanguard logo'. It's the closest I can identify
Strong winds can cause vibration even in massive structures built of steel girders and concrete. With that in mind, blocking the wind (as others have already suggested) is surely a better strategy than resisting it. Another option is to minimize the problem by using the fastest shutter speed you can. If you're trying to make a long exposure to show motion ...
The only options are: Buy a better tripod/head with significant over-provisioning. (i.e. if your camera were to weigh 2kg, don't get a head for say up to 3kg but up to 10kg.) Shield the camera from the wind. (Anything that keeps the wind from hiting the camera - something along the lines of the "tents" people use at beaches.) Use a weight below the tripod ...
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