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About Ape Case TD140

The Ape Case TD140 is a 52" Lightweight Monopod. It is for use with digital, video and SLR cameras. It includes Ape Case soft carrying case.

The Ape Case TD140 is commonly used for Home, Landscape/scenery, Night shots, Sports/action, Travel, Wildlife and more.The Ape Case TD140 is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Casual photographer, Photo enthusiast among others.The Ape Case TD140 is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Ape Case TD140: Compact, Lightweight, Opens quickly and Strong construction

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Lightweight (14),Opens quickly (14),Compact (13),Strong construction (9)
Best Uses:
Travel (11),Home (8),Sports/action (7),Landscape/scenery (6),Wildlife (5),Night shots (4),Portraits (3),Video (3),Weddings (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Casual photographer (5),Photo enthusiast (5)

Ape Case TD140 Features

  • Adjustable height for many uses
  • Compact & Lightweight

Ape Case TD140 Specifications

Max load capacity
3.307 lbs.
Maximum height
52.17 inches
Minimum height
15.79 inches
Weight
6.4 oz.
Warranty
Ape Case 1 year warranty
Mfr #
TD140
SKU
APNACTD140

Ape Case TD140 Reviews

Review Snapshot®

 
4.4

(based on 14 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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  • 4 Stars

     

    (9)

  • 3 Stars

     

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Lightweight, convenient and simple

I am a real estate appraiser and use this monopod to get my camera into attics, past the insulation and into crawlspaces. I put my camera on a double shot timer, extend it into the tight space that I can't fit into and get those needed shots. I love the lighweight, compact size and carry case (I wear it like a sling) and how easy it is to use. I only have three downfalls to report.. I have knocked the rubber tip off the end and need to glue it back on, I have a bit of difficulty putting the m...

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I am a real estate appraiser and use this monopod to get my camera into attics, past the insulation and into crawlspaces. I put my camera on a double shot timer, extend it into the tight space that I can't fit into and get those needed shots. I love the lighweight, compact size and carry case (I wear it like a sling) and how easy it is to use. I only have three downfalls to report.. I have knocked the rubber tip off the end and need to glue it back on, I have a bit of difficulty putting the monopod back into it's sheath when I'm done.. (difficult to juggle a camera, iPad and do this one handed.) I wish the screw fitting to attach the camera was at the skinny end and not the blunt end.. for my use, this means that the skinny end is what I am hanging onto and the fat end with the camera is being extended upwards or out... just makes it seem a little wobbly and weak to hang onto. But overall - it really does get the job done and I'm glad I ordered it. VERY happy with the ease of use and lightweight construction.

Reviewed by 14 customers

 
4.0

Everyone needs one

By

from Bucks County, PA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

It is light weight but not flimsy. I removed the single screw top and replaced it with one from a three legged tripod that lets the camera be tilted up and down, now it is perfect. They should sell it with that up grade

 
4.0

Lightweight and compact as advertised

By

from Southborough, MA  -  Casual Photographer

I wanted a monopod for ease of travel and use -- for hiking, traveling, etc. This monopod fits the bill. It's lightweight, easy to use, easy to carry. it does not have a movable head, but I can just tilt the monopod as needed. It's probably too short for some people, but I love the short length when it's collapsed. It's enough to give me stability when I need it.

 
4.0

Just what I needed!

By

from St. Petersburg/Tampa Florida  -  Photo Enthusiast

This lightweight monopod is used more often than the larger heavier (older) monopods I have been using. Especially usefull when photographing a school function like graduation, award ceremonies, plays, etc where it can be braced on the seat rather than the floor.

 
5.0

Best for my situation

By

from Burlingame, CA  -  Casual Photographer

I have a Canon ELPH and the is a perfect item for the zoom shots in stability. I like the firm feel when extended and locked.

 
5.0

Nice And Inexpensive

By

from Long Island, NY  -  Pro Photographer

Light and easy to use, this simple little monopod is quite stable enough for shooting city street photography where it is small enough to fit in my bag. I have a much heavier duty one I use with my Nikon pro cameras, but this one is best for lighter equipment. Hey, for under fifteen bucks, you can't go wrong.

 
4.0

Almost perfect

By

from Virginia  -  Photo Enthusiast

As others described, not quite tall enough requiring bending to view back image. Best to leave camera on and use as walking stick/camera carrier combo.

 
4.0

Could Use One More Section

By

from Spokane. WA  -  Photo Enthusiast

I knew from others that it was short so I will live with that but it would be really great if it had one more section.

 
5.0

light weight monopod

By

from SURPRISE,AZ. 85388  -  Photo Enthusiast

I PURCHED THIS MONOPOD TO TAKE PHOTOS OF BUSENESS ,MEETING GUEST SPEAKERS.I PUT THEM IN A PHOTO ALBUM TO USE ,AS TEACHING TOOLS.IM A DIRECTOR WITH PREPAIDLEGAL SERVICES .THE PRODUCT DOES VERY WELL WHEN IMINAHURRY TO MOVE FROM PLACE TO PLACE.EXCELLENT PRODUCT. MR. RAY C.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Lightweight, convenient and simple

By

from Up North, MI  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I am a real estate appraiser and use this monopod to get my camera into attics, past the insulation and into crawlspaces. I put my camera on a double shot timer, extend it into the tight space that I can't fit into and get those needed shots. I love the lighweight, compact size and carry case (I wear it like a sling) and how easy it is to use. I only have three downfalls to report.. I have knocked the rubber tip off the end and need to glue it back on, I have a bit of difficulty putting the monopod back into it's sheath when I'm done.. (difficult to juggle a camera, iPad and do this one handed.) I wish the screw fitting to attach the camera was at the skinny end and not the blunt end.. for my use, this means that the skinny end is what I am hanging onto and the fat end with the camera is being extended upwards or out... just makes it seem a little wobbly and weak to hang onto. But overall - it really does get the job done and I'm glad I ordered it. VERY happy with the ease of use and lightweight construction.

 
5.0

nice product

By

from New Egypt, NJ  -  Casual Photographer

I use it primarily at sporting events. It is sturdy and high quality for a low price. The down side: it is only 52" which is shorter than most adults.

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Cathy C  Could this monopod be used one-handed?
MARK G  The sections can be fully extended one-handed. Partial extension would be harder, but possible. Attaching the camera one-handed would be extremely difficult. Once extended and camera attached, you could operate the camera and steady the monopod one-handed, but not very well. The best way to keep the monopod steady would be to use one hand to hold it, bracing your forearm against a still object. The other hand would then operate the camera.
denise j  would this work for a slr with a 18-200 lens or is it too light weight?
ERIC M  I think it will, I bought it to use with 25/80mm binoculars so I'm not sure
denise j  would this work for a slr with a 18-200 lens or is it too light weight?
ERIC M  I think it will, I bought it to use with 25/80mm binoculars so I'm not sure
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