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|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||33.55 x 5.95 x 5.55"|
|Package Weight||7.45 lb|
|Spiked/Retractable Feet||Spiked feet with 3/8" screw thread|
|Independent Leg Spread||Yes, three positions|
|Leg Lock Type||Flip lock|
|Head Attachment Fitting||3/8-16 Leveling|
|Leg Stages/Sections||Three sections|
|Tilt Range||+90 / -75 (Fixed Fluid Cartridge Balance)|
|Load Capacity||8.8 lb (4 kg)|
|Weight||4.8 lb (2.2 kg)|
|Folded Length||29.9" (76 cm)|
|Maximum Height w/o Column Extended||60.8" (154.5 cm)|
|Maximum Height||67.9" (172.5 cm)|
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.
Tried several monopods for my wedding business and I like this one better than the manfrotto for a couple reasons. First, you can lock the feet, making the one leg unable to lean.
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...
Bought this a little over a year ago, used it about 10 times, broken completely in half
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.
Don't Work for my application. I do Video Filming. I'm looking for a monopod that will work for my Special use.Other: Cameras are becoming smaller and Video Manfrotto smaller Heads need a Lighted Level.
I bought this monopod because Manfrotto decided for some reason to discontinue the beloved 561BHDV-1 Monopod. That monopod lasted 5 years. THIS monopod, not even 6 months. The base broke off at the beginning of my shoot and I had to shoot the rest of the day without it. It's a piece of garbage.
I do videography and photography and find that a tripod is not convenient most of the time. So I'm slowly building up my must have gear/equipment.This monopod with head and chicken foot are must haves! I'm finding that it's much easier to move and zoom in and out from different angles.
I spent a whole weekend shooting with this monopod using a C100 and it was really awesome to use. In the past I have used the Manfrotto video monopod which I really enjoyed. However, the newest version of the Manfrotto monopod was a little more than I was wanting to spend, so I decided to give the...