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SIRUI P-326 6 Section Carbon Fiber Monopod
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- Light-weight 8X carbon fiber in 6 sections
- Reversible 1/4"-20 & 3/8"-16 screw on the mounting plate
- Wrist strap and hand grip for comfortable hold and insulation
- Silicon twist lock enhances durability
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|Sold By||Photo Savings||Amazon.com||Sicamera||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||Focus Camera LLC|
|Extension Length||—||61 in||—||—||59.45 in||67 in|
|Item Dimensions||15.75 x 1.97 x 1.97 in||2.36 x 17.32 x 2.16 in||1.97 x 1.97 x 61.02 in||23.2 x 3 x 3 in||20.3 x 2.8 x 2.8 in||21.3 x 2 x 2 in|
|Item Weight||0.88 lb||1 lb||1.6 lbs||1.1 lbs||1.1 lbs||0.8 lb|
|Enclosure Material||carbon fiber||—||—||carbon-fiber||aluminum||—|
|Maximum Height||154 cm||—||154 cm||59.4 in||59.4 in||—|
|Minimum Height||38 cm||—||38 cm||19.3 in||—||—|
|Size||—||—||—||59"||2.8 x 20.3 x 2.8 in||WT-1003 67'' Lightweight|
Light-weight 8X carbon fiber in 6 sections Reversible 1/4-20 & 3/8-16 screw on the mounting plate Wrist strap and hand grip for comfortable hold and insulation Silicon twist lock enhances durability Supports Loads Up to 22 lb 60.6 Maximum Height Folds Down to 15. Weighs Just 0.9 lb
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I was so impressed with this product line, that I went ahead and ordered the P-326. I have a slight back problem, so I carry a monopod with me at all times as more of a walking stick. I also ride a MT. Bike daily and use bungecords to secure my gear to the frame of my bike. Since this Monopod has a 15" retracted size it appealed to me. When it arrived I was really impressed with all aspects of it. In another review I read where it was "QUIET". And unlike other Monopods I have had, it dose not "rattle" when you are walking with it. A good thing! It is extremely light weight, and very strong. I have put a lot of my own body weight (not abusing it) on it and it has never slipped or collapsed as some others I've had. It is quick to extend to the height I want and locks into position with very little tightening of the twist locks.
Side Note: I always put a round rubber protector (Like the ones you put on the bottom of a typical walking cane) on the bottom of my Monopods (available at any hardware store) to preserve the factory installed shoe since I use this all the time, and remove it if I have the need to extent the Stainless Steel point for icy or slippery conditions. Just a bit of advice!
Like the SIRUI Ball Heads, this is without a doubt a professional piece of gear, and I believe it is one of the highest quality photo related gear I have ever used. I recommend this product line very, very highly.
Thanks, Shooter Boone.
Just the right height when fully extended for my 6 foot frame. Also works well in the retracted position, held tight to my chest.
Sturdy enough to double up as a walking stick. No more excuse for blurry pictures!
My expectation was that this would be much like one leg of my carbon tripods. It is so much more!
First, it is light. Second, it is the perfect size. Third, and this is the best, the rings that loosen or tighten the legs turn independent of the legs meaning that the leg sections, although round, do not rotate. The rings spin easily and regardless of whether the leg section above or below is tight or loose. That little aforementioned piece of magic means you can grab any ring and loosen it to adjust the height. You can also open and close the monopod in any leg section order. You can also open and close the legs in any order from any point in the sections.
I opted to add the Manfrotto 234 Monopod Tilt Head but pulled the round Sirui deck off the top of the monopod and mounted the 234 directly to the tubes. Some poo-poo an adjustment head on a monopod, but those folks must live in a two dimensional world. My environment is 3-D and involves ups and downs and rather than leaning the monopod back and forth, I keep it perpendicular to sea level and let the head make the necessary adjustment. The quick release is also important given that I am often switching between the mono and the tripod, or mono and freehand.
The monopod is plenty strong to hold my D300 with battery grip and a 400mm f/3.5! That's a 6.2 pound lens. There is some slight wobble in at the smallest leg junction with 9 lbs of gear five five stories above, but this is a monopod so it really does not matter.
So look no further. This mono rocks. If you need the Gitzo name, then I cannot help you. But given what else is out there in the world of monopods, for less than $200, this is the one to get. In fact, if you are going to put your mono thorough some rough times, then perhaps you don't want to bash up a Gucci, er... Gitzo since the name is half the price as this Sirui proves.
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