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|Maximum Height||66.9" (177 cm)|
|Folded Length||22" (56 cm)|
|Load Capacity||33 lb (15 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||1.3 lb (0.6 kg)|
I bought this for my wife's 600mm lens. It's light yet very stable and sturdy. She could not be more pleased with it. (The case is a nice touch as well.)
I've been able to use this on several golf and soccer shoots so far. It's light, but I really like it for the strength, height, and ease of use. There is very little flex, unlike my previous aluminum monopods that would flex.
My review for the l10 head is also the same for the p424 monopod. Great feature is th inclusion of the spike.
I received this monopod today. it is very sturdy. My heaviest setup will be my Canon 7d Mark ii attached to my Sigma 100-600mm zoom lens, and this monopod will be perfect for some of my wildlife photography.
I use this monopod in conjunction with the L-20s Two Way Pan/Tilt Head for my super-telephoto lens. The twist knobs for extending the monopod are easy to turn and are reliable with turned into their locked position.
I use this monopod with a gimbal head for shooting sports photography with a canon 70-200mm f2.8 and it works great. No complaints. I would buy it again!
I would give it five stars if it came with someone to carry my gear. Being on the short side, this allows me to stand right under the camera, comfortably, and shoot birds in the tops of trees. I haven't noticed a single issue with this monopod. Locks in place nicely, no flexing.
Lightweight, sturdy, easy twist legs. I also use it as an assist walking stick. I use the Peak Design system with the monopod. Here's how it works; The camera is attached via the Peak Design to a small backpack strap.
Using it with a 2.8 120-300 with 2x adapter shooting baseball. It's sold as a rock.
Nice piece of equipment particularly for the price. Very light. Not 5 stars because the carbon fiber isn't the "cross-hatch" type.