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I've only used the Benro a couple times so far, but for the times when I need a lighter, agile shoot&run tripod for 5lb video camera instead of heavy interview tripod, this monopod offers the flexibility and weight required to get into tight places and stabilize camera for quality footage.
I love this thing! The fluid head is amazing. It helps me get the smooth video shots I need with out all the fuss
Te bottom must have the thicker part because Wright now the top is to heavy for the little legs I think if the bottom tube comes out (up) is going to have more stability.
I chose this monopod over the Manfrotto. Its works just as well and extremely light and sturdy. It has all the stability of a tripod with maximum mobility.
We use this product in our video productions. The product is well built...The reason I gave it a 4... The feet are not long enough... Not stable enough...
I'm a wedding videographer so I constantly need to use a monopod to grab quick shots. I was initially impressed with the head of this monopod-- the pan and tilt functions work nicely.Also, its long base legs give it nice stability.
Bought this a little over a year ago, used it about 10 times, broken completely in half
I got this for my Canon HF G30 to do youth sports. It works fine once you get the tilt dialed in just right. The pan was a little sticky on mine in spots, so I took the top plate off and loosened the big allen bolt about 1/4 turn and it fixed the problem.
I bought this as a back-up for my Manfrotto monopod and as something a second shooter could use at events with me. Solid product except that within about 3-4 months of using it, it constantly needs to be tightened and the nuts are not the most accessible without destroying the finish of the leg.
It's a great head for the price. At times, I felt it was a little stiff at time, but using the handle helps alleviate that. For the price, it's great. And I'm sure the stiffness can be overcome with practice, to smooth out jerky movements.