<p>Can be used in any situation - particularly when space is limited amongst a crowd of people - it eliminates shaking from your videos and helps you support your equipment for long periods of time so you can relax.</p><p>The 5 section legs provide maximum compactness and transportability. Additionally, an adjustable wrist strap guarantees safety and comfort.</p><ul><li>Telescopic quick release legs.</li><li>Non-slip feet.</li><li>Suitable for photo and movie recording.</li><li>Holds up to 1.5kg.</li><li>Weight: 290g.</li><li>Extended height: 145.5cm.</li><li>Folded height: 39cm.</li><li>EAN/MPN/UPC/ISBN: 8024221583083.</li></ul>
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Review 1 for Manfrotto Camera Monopod.
Good Value for money
Posted24 September 2013
Age:55 to 64
"This is the lightweight version of the more expensive but heavy duty Manfrotto monopod. Having bought the latter as a Christmas present I decided to buy the lightweight version for myself! It is good quality stuff and good for my height ( 6') unlike some other monopods which are not more than 4'6" fully extended."
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Review 2 for Manfrotto Camera Monopod.
Well suited for use as GoPro stick
Posted05 September 2013
Age:45 to 54
"I'm using this stick to mount a GoPro Hero3 video camera for underwater video (needs seperate GoPro tripod mount). The Monopod is robust and easily adjusted in length even while diving. Segments move smoothly with a simple and effective locking system. The weight is a good compromise and provides the camera additional stability for diving. The wrist strap is a little short for my liking, but I removed mine in any case for use when diving. Overall well priced for a good quality monopod."