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|Material of Construction||Aluminum Alloy|
|Maximum Height||63" / 160 cm|
|Folded Length||27" / 69 cm|
|Load Capacity||17.6 lb / 8 kg|
|Leg Lock Type||Twist-lock|
|Maximum Diameter||1.1" / 28 mm|
|Minimum Diameter||0.75" / 19 mm|
|Male Thread Size||Reversible 1/4"-20 and 3/8"|
|Weight||2.9 lb / 1.3 kg|
While not as stable as my tripod, I found this monopod of very good quality, easy to operate, and very stable. This being my first monopod, I was surprised at its very high-quality construction, versatility, portability, and stability.
Use it for long telephoto support when walking trails. It is quicker in setup than full tripod and provides stabilization. It is quite heavy and the belt strap makes carrying somewhat uncomfortable. Use one of my tripod cases to make carrying easier.
Five Stars for now, I have only had it for a couple of weeks, so please consider these initial impressions only. Love the weight and size as it is perfect for my needs when shooting sports.
I have used it a few weeks now to photograph sporting events, very happy with it.
Really nice construction, exceptionally good leg locks. I would have preferred a series 3 monopod if it were available, but this one is plenty strong also. The rubber tip / steel spike bottom has one slight flaw, that there is not quite enough rubber past the little metal cylinder which slips over...
I use the monopod almost exclusively to cover sports holding at least a 300mm f/2.8 and this product has been a true gem. Compared to my previous monopod (Gitzo) it is more stable (three sections versus five) and it extends higher which has been a major improvement. Great value for the price!
Sturdy, preferred it over the Manfrotto
This is a great monopod at a really great price. It feels rock-solid - no problems propping up my 400 f/2.8