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Manfrotto 361 Shoulder Brace for Monopod - Replaces 3248


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  • Gives additional stability
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Manfrotto 361 Shoulder Brace for Monopod - Replaces 3248 + Manfrotto 080 Monopod Belt Pouch - Replaces 3247
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 8 x 16 inches ; 5.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001A1NZ0A
  • Item model number: 361
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 17, 2003

Product Description

Designed to fit to the top end of any make of Monopod to give additional stability. Adjustable length with pivoting shoulder support. This replaces the Bogen Manfrotto 3248.

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And most importantly it helps with stabilization.
Tired Old Man
Fantastic product- maybe one day they'll make an aluminum version that will last forever.
lupin89
Small enough when collapsed to fit in camera bag or luggage without notice.
Martin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Naveen Monga on August 17, 2010
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This is a great product. It can be either hooked directly to your camera or to the monopod. It gives stability to your camera and prevents camera blur arising out of shaking hands. The difference in clarity and vibrance of photos is there to be seen.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Albert C. Barclay Jr. on December 12, 2012
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The diagram in the instructions for the Shoulder Brace show you inserting the threaded head of the shinny B Plate into the base plate of your camera. But I found the threaded head of the B Plate far too wide to fit into the socket on my camera's base plate. A friend showed me that I needed to turn the brace over and unscrew the screw from the bottom that holds the shinny B Plate in place. When I removed the B Plate with its wide threaded head, I found below a black composition plate with a second narrower threaded head that fit perfectly into my camera's base plate. I also found that when I screwed the shinny B Plate into the bronze plate on the bottom of the Brace, the threaded hole in the bottom of the B Plate was the proper width for the head of my P&C Pistol Grip that I then screwed into the B Plate. When it arrives, I assume that the screw at the top of my new uni-pod will fit into the bottom of B Plate. With the expectation that the Shoulder Brace will also improve my uni-pod experience, I give the brace a tentative four stars. It is a pity that the Italians who understand the operation of the Shoulder Brace have not written useful instructions.
Using the Shoulder Brace with my pistol grip makes my camera somewhat steadier, and the pistol grip serves as a mediocre mini-tripod. If I learn anything useful from using the Brace with my uni-pod, I will let you know. ACB
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ole fart on April 26, 2008
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Placed on my Bogen 681B monopod. Other than being slightly overpriced for a simple brace it is well designed and works easily. Makes panning simple and smooth.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Weatherbird on November 17, 2011
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I bought this shoulder brace to use with a Manfrotto monopod and a Manfrotto 234RC quick release monopod head to mount either a SLR with a 400mm lens or a small spotting scope. I have tried using telephoto lenses and spotting scopes on a momopod before and never found them steady enough. This item works fine. It is light and pretty easy to use and does help steady a camera or scope. It is not a substitute for a tripod though, so I would only use this for those times when I don't want to carry a tripod but when hand-holding the camera or using the scope on a shoulder mount won't provide enough steadiness or would be too tiring.
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At this price, what's not to like. Small enough when collapsed to fit in camera bag or luggage without notice.
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Well made, definitely adds stability and sight line for monopod at the trade off for extra weight and bulk. With practice it is worth the extra trade offs, but go out and use it for a bit before embarking on a serious shoot.
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Plenty long or short enough. Very versatile as you can also brace it on your chest, stomach or even in your pants belt. And most importantly it helps with stabilization. Also if you have a joystick head like the, Professional Pistol Grip Head by Dolica, you can use it as a second leg when low to the ground. It is a quality product well matched to the Manfrotto 682B monopod with concealable legs.
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By Paul Kienitz on June 18, 2013
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This has one fatal flaw when used with a monopod: the threaded piece rotates freely. This means that the camera is free to swivel horizontally, relative to your shoulder. Since this is already the axis of motion that is most free to move with an unbraced monopod, the shoulder stock ends up being almost no help for getting a steady shot. You're no worse off using the monopod without it.

I'm going to look at ways to try to jam the metal part in place so it doesn't rotate easily.
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