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|Package Weight||5.6 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||28.0 x 6.5 x 3.9"|
|Folded Length||21.5" / 54.5 cm|
|Load Capacity||17.6 lb / 8 kg|
|Leg Lock Type||Twist-lock|
|Material of Construction||10-Layer Carbon Fiber|
|Minimum Diameter||0.6" / 15 mm|
|Male Thread Size||Reversible 1/4"-20 and 3/8"|
|Weight||2.9 lb / 1.3 kg|
|Maximum Diameter||2.6" / 66 mm|
|Maximum Height||59.1" / 150 cm|
Packs small and light. Holds a load in compression well (my 7 lb), but I found that all copies I tried had a few wobbly joints side to side when fully extended. Shorten the offending sections an inch and problem solved.
Great easy to use, lighrweight monopole. Fits both standard attachment sizes. Tekescopic up to 5-ft. Excellent for stablizing camera telephoto shots.
I use a Gitzo Series GT3542XLS with an Arca Swiss Z1SP ball head for normal use....But try lugging around Europe for 3 weeks! I tried a small Oben carbon fiber for travel and it was just pain to use and many churches etc frown on tripod set up.
This is an excellent monopod for the price. I needed something for travel and this P-326 is small enough, light enough and sturdy enough to support my Nikon D810 + 28-300mm travel lens. I would have no problem putting my largest lens, the Nikon 200-500mm on it.
5 sections makes it very compact, but the twist locks make it quick, easy and positive to deploy or collapse. Fully extended, it's still rigid with any load that I have to place on it.
This Sirui P-326S monopod is extremely well built. The feet are metal with a wide footprint and locks in tight for high stability. The panning function is smooth on the top level as well as the bottom joint at the base.
Very good product, just what I needed one of the best in the market, in my opinion.
This was my introduction to the monopod world, so I really had nothing to compare it to. With all the positive reviews I was shocked to discover that this thing is far too flimsy and offers no security if wanting to either take steady shots with, or use to carry camera/lens combo.
This monopod is really nice and light, plus it has a handy belt clip. It feel really sturdy when my Nikon D-3400 and a long lens is on it. Works for me.
This monopod is sturdy and feels good in the hand. It extends and collapses easily with the twist locks. I prefer those to lever locks because twist locks are more compact and dont stick out, making stowage in the side pocket of my backpack easier.It holds my 5 pound camera securely when extended.