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|Maximum Height||66.9" (177 cm)|
|Folded Length||22" (56 cm)|
|Load Capacity||22 lb (10 kg)|
|Spiked / Retractable Feet||Yes|
|Leg Tube Diameters||Maximum: 1.1" (28 mm), minimum: 0.7" (19 mm)|
|Leg Lock Type||Twist lock|
|Male Thread Size||Reversible 1/4"-20 & 3/8"-16 screw|
|Weight||1.1 lb (0.5 kg)|
Thought I should have gotten the 4 series P-424 instead, but purchased this because it was the only one in stock. Just finished a shoot with a 200-400mm on Canon 5D3 and it performed flawlessly. With the height, I can use it on a couple of steps and still reach a good eyeline for a 165cm height.
I'm using this to support a Canon 2.8 400m lens (12lbs.). So far so good. I also like the height as I am 6'2 and it can go over what I need.
At first I thought I'd made a mistake buying such a lightweight stick. Then I extended it, locked it up, and discovered just how stable it actually is. Now I realize I made a great purchase. Thanks Sirui.
This is my second purchase from Sirui and it does not disappoint me. I used to think that Gitzo was always the best, but now Sirui is a serious competitor at a more affordable price point. The material is solid, the joints are strong, leg movement is smooth.
This is a great little Monopod. It's small, lightweight, and strong. What more could you want from a monopod? Also it is tall enough to be higher than eye-height for me and I am 6'3. I purchased it because I was tired of lugging my old giant aluminum monopod around Manhattan.
I've been using this monopod with a Jobu gimbal head for my D7100 and 80-400 lens for wildlife photography. It works quite well, the leg locks are solid and it's very lightweight.
This product performs exactly as it claims and is an incredible value for the price. The quick locks are easy to use without any wasted effort, the height range is great, the threading accepts cameras directly or a head, and the foam padding doesn't feel loose or cheap.
I routinely use a Monopod with a 1D MkIV mounting a 300mm f/2.8 for soccer, football, baseball. Just changed over to this carbon fiber lightweight when my aluminum one got bent in a fall during football last year. It's shorter by two inches, but unless you're 6.9 or over, it will work just fine.
Very light and the sections lock and unlock easily.