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MeFOTO WalkAbout Monopod Kit (Titanium)

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  • Aluminum Alloy Construction

  • Collapses Down to 17"

  • 30.9 lb Load Capacity

  • Maximum Height of 60"

  • Converts to a walking stick

  • 5 Leg Sections with Twist Locks

SKU: 32041

Availability: Backordered

$59.00

Description

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The MeFOTO WalkAbout Monopod Kit is surprisingly useful from use as a walking stick to a versitile monopod for tight quarters.  Supporting up to 30.9lbs at a max height of 60 inches its great for point and shoots and professional DSLRs. The monopod travels easy compact at 18.1 inches. 

Converts to a walking stick

When not attached to your camera, screw the compass knob into the top plate and turn your monopod into a walking stick!

Five Leg Sections

Get the height you need and ultimate versatility.
 

Foam Grip

Carry your monopod with ease and comfort.

Hand Strap

Ever heard of the term "butter fingers?" Never worry about dropping your camera when the hand strap is secured around your wrist.

Tiny Footprint

The WalkAbout's rubber foot is slightly larger than a quarter, meaning you can achieve stability in even the most cramped of quarters.
 

Top Plate

The 1/4"-20 thread is the universal size for most cameras.

Twist Lock Legs with Anti-Rotation System

MeFOTO's innovative rubberized locking grips combined with anti-rotation legs enable fast and fumble-free set-up plus weather and dust-resistance.

Additional Info

Additional Info

SKU 32041
Warehouse Location No
Color Titanium
UPC/EAN 6931747381760
Manufacturer Part Number A35WT
Condition New
Manufacturer MeFoto
Tripod Type Monopod
Tripod Material Aluminum
Height - Collapsed 17"
Height - Extended 60"
Max Load 30.9lbs
Tripod Head Included No
Tripod Head Type No
To Fit Camera
Mail-In Promotion No

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