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Old 01-05-2008, 18:03   #1 (permalink)
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Question Monopod recommendations please

I'm looking at possibly adding a monopod to the gear collection, I don't want to spend a fortune on a full bells & whistles model but I would like something that's half decent and able to hold my 40D + grip with the EF100-400L IS attached... any recommendations?
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Re: Monopod recommendations please

I can tell you what NOT to get - a Hama one. It gradually telescopes back in with anything that weighs more than a bag of crisps.

Have you thought about a combined hiking stick and monopod? If it'll take your weight, it should support your camera. (No offence intended. )

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Re: Monopod recommendations please

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If it'll take your weight, it should support your camera. (No offence intended. )
If they could take my weight they'd build bridges with them!



....more than what I wanted to pay though.
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Re: Monopod recommendations please

I can only recommend the two I have really.

Manfrotto 684B which has the trigger on the handle to move the leg up and down. The other one is a Gitzo 2941 which is nice and compact.
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Re: Monopod recommendations please

I use a {sharp intake of breath} Jessops monopod!
Bit shaky at the full extension but absolutely perfect for me - I only need to rest camera/lens not lean on it and the all-critical part was that it had the same Quick Release Plate as my tripod (Cullmann head on a Benbo)
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Re: Monopod recommendations please

Thanks for the replies folks,

P-E I'll take a look at those, cheers mate.

Mark how can you recommend a Jessops monopod that is admittedly a "bit shaky"
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Re: Monopod recommendations please

Call of the search!


Just stumbled on a very lightly used Manfrotto 676B a friend was selling, nice and cheap and should do the job nicely for the few times I'll need it... thanks for the help everyone!
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Re: Monopod recommendations please

Was going to start a new thread, but may as well add to this one, if that's ok with you Sonsey.

I wanted to ask ... What use is a monopod? I mean when do you choose to use it, over your tripod?

Also, what features do they have? Sonsey said he doesn't need all the bells + whistles, but what "bells + whistles" can a monopod have

And do they come with heads, or do you have to buy one separately?

If separately, will any head fit on any monopod?

Enlighten me please
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Re: Monopod recommendations please

Heres a Monopod with all Bells and Whistles

Heres a plain Monopod

I bought the first one due to the fact I also use it for my Video camera, but for photography, It's just lighter and easier to carry for night shots landscapes, etc.
you get the same advantages of a tripod but the monopod is easier to carry.
at least thats the use I give it..
it doesn't come with a head just the screw, you don't use a head on Monopods, like I said their just lighter and easier to carry versions of tripods.
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Was going to start a new thread, but may as well add to this one, if that's ok with you Sonsey.
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I wanted to ask ... What use is a monopod? I mean when do you choose to use it, over your tripod?
The Monopod is normally used as the option to take when you need some stability for the camera and lens but also need to stay mobile, does it provide the amount of stability as a tripod, no, does it allow you to move around easier, definitely... it's the middle ground option.

My personal reason for getting one was due to me purchasing a small chair hide for shooting wildlife. Despite the fact that I much prefer to shoot handheld, having a 40D + grip with a 100-400 lens attached constantly up and ready to shoot would get very fatiguing after a while due to the weight. The monopod will take the weight of the camera and lens thus saving my arms while still allowing me to quickly react to anything that may come along from any direction... A tripod would be far too cumbersome in this instance.
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Also, what features do they have? Sonsey said he doesn't need all the bells + whistles, but what "bells + whistles" can a monopod have

And do they come with heads, or do you have to buy one separately?

If separately, will any head fit on any monopod?
There are many options available for monopods, many that echo the options available for tripods. Carbon fibre or regular, twist or clip locks for the legs, padded/foam grips, 3 or 4 section legs, adjustable feet. The Manfrotto model P-E mentioned above comes with a grip lock at the top that when squeezed releases the locks on the leg sections for quick extension or collapse, very handy!

Both tilt and ball heads are also available to buy for monopod use (some models come with one included), they're normally a good bit smaller than a tripod head for obvious reasons, but in saying that I believe the attachment screw is a universal size so conceivably you could attach any head you wished to it.
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Re: Monopod recommendations please

Reasons I got my monopod are that it takes the same Quick Release Plate as my tripod and that it's not too heavy. Being lightweight it's not one to lean on (which some do to achieve better stability) but is more of a rest for the camera (swaying to and fro and weight for macro, just weight for wildlife)

I use it over my tripod for wildlife and macros as it's easier to move around (how often have I flicked grass, dragging my tripod, neatly removing the bug I was 'stalking!).
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Was going to start a new thread, but may as well add to this one, if that's ok with you Sonsey.

I wanted to ask ... What use is a monopod? I mean when do you choose to use it, over your tripod?

Also, what features do they have? Sonsey said he doesn't need all the bells + whistles, but what "bells + whistles" can a monopod have

And do they come with heads, or do you have to buy one separately?

If separately, will any head fit on any monopod?

Enlighten me please
I have two monopods, a Giottos and a Manfrotto MN682B (which is the same as J Sotelo's).

Both have mini fold out legs that you can use 'in an emergency' or as light stands for flash guns.

When I do running events, a monopod is vital. A typical 10K will take about an hour for everyone to pass through a particular point. 300 - 600 runners and anything from 2000 - 4000 frames = tired arms with a monopod . There is no way you could do that handheld
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I've seen someone in the butterfly house with a monopod and I thought it was very handy. You couldn't put a tripod down there as there was no space. But he was able to move around easy enough. And I suppose he didn't have as much blurred pictures as I had.
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Thanks for the info everyone - extremely helpful

I've found a Manfrotto Neotec monopod (685B) to match my Neotec tripod It's on the heavy side though, so I might get a lightweight one too.

I'm glad to see the prices seem to have dropped since I first looked at getting one

I was really in the dark about monopods, but with increasing interest, so again thank you for your detailed and very helpful descriptions/explanations, much appreciated
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I bought this Giottos this week. So far seems good - I'll post a review in due course.
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I bought this Giottos this week. So far seems good - I'll post a review in due course.
The only real prob I have with my Giottos is the quick release plate is circular and doesn't lock that well. Mounting a camera in portrait mode was quite a faff as it always started to nosedive.

This was before I had lenses with tripod mounts, and that gripe is now moot.
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Coming to this a bit late now, but I've recently got a Velbon UP-4000 to replace my very elderly unbranded two section, scaffold-pole with one lock hanging on with two cable ties and araldite one.

Very light and compact when folded, and it impressed me when comparing three monopods, the other two being Manfrottos. When I put some moderate pressure on the extended monopods, only the Velbon held firm. both of the Manfrottos slipped down under pressure - and were more expensive, bigger and heavier than the Velbon.
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Good choice IMO, Graham. I like Velbon - sensibly priced, good quality and well supported by the importers Intro2020.
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Update ...

I ended up with a Monostat RS16K carbon monopod. Fabulous Very light, very sturdy, quick + easy to adjust, just the job. Don't need the Neotec one now (heavy + expensive) as this Swiss made monopod fits the bill perfectly, i.e. it is both lightweight and sturdy + holds heavy gear too. What a pleasure It's not cheap, mind. £150 at W/E, but I got mine for less than £100 ... there was one in their Bargain Basement which was reduced because of no zipper on the bag - minor detail for £50 off !!
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Stepheno, what do you think about your monopod?
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