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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 (13),Opens quickly (13),Compact (12),Strong construction (8)
Best Uses:
Travel (11),Home (8),Sports/action (7),Landscape/scenery (5),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

Ape Case TD140 Reviews

Review Snapshot®

 
4.4

(based on 13 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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  • 4 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 13 customers

 
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.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good lightweight monopod

By

from Copperas Cove Texas  -  Pro Photographer

easy to use and carry good for moveing around when you need to when you are working.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
KENNETH K  I got this pod because I was doing street photography in NYC and didn't want to lug around the much heavier one I own. It collapses to a short length and can fit strapped to my bag.
Shopper  is this a product that will last and how heavy isit?
PATRICK L G  This monopod is featherlight and packs easily. It is sturdy and strong. I found I could push it down in soft earth and use it for timed photgraphs. A great value!
Cathy C  Could this monopod be used one-handed?
B. SCOTT K  In my opinion it would difficult to extend this monopod with only one hand.
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