monopod


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mon·o·pod

 (mŏn′ə-pŏd′)
n.
A single-legged support for a camera or other handheld device.
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D500, D610, D750, D810, and D850 will get a Manfrotto Monopod and a 16GB Memory Card of total worth Rs14,500 absolutely free.
75 inches) and cheekpiece height via aluminum detent knobs, and it has M-LOK slots on the bottom for rear monopod mounting.
John Fearon was struck on the head with a camera monopod after William Henry Williams-Jones told him he'd "gone too far".
The M1944 Johnson came with an innovative monopod instead of a bipod.
There's one improvement I would make to it and that would be to machine it to accept a Picatinny-type, adjustable monopod.
Even if there is room for a tripod, it's better to use a monopod or simply handhold the camera as this will allow you greater freedom to move and react to whatever is going on around you.
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Those familiar with TenPoint's Steddy Eddy monopod will recognize the 20-29-inch telescoping pole with its sturdy rubber foot.
It's primarily for hiking stability, but it also makes an excellent monopod for glassing.
The platform is on 147-foot-high steel monopod that had to be threaded over the well, accomplished by a specially outfitted heavy-lift ship, the MV Svenga.
The Q-Stick by Bog-Pod serves double-duty as both a hiking stick and a monopod shooting stick.
To make it easier, you can use a selfie stick as a makeshift monopod to get steadier shots.