Manfrotto 294 4-Sections Carbon Fiber Monopod, 11.02 lbs Load Capacity, 59.45" Maximum Length


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About Manfrotto

The Manfrotto 294 Fiber Monopod has a 4-sections carbon composite leg that's both lightweight and rigid in order to help hold the camera stable and minimize vibration. Like the rest of the 290 Carbon range, the 294 Monopod uses a "next-generation" carbon tubing: an innovative composite tube derived from Manfrotto experience in professional supports, it has optimized fiber angles that provide consistent advantages over aluminum tubing in terms of rigidity, lightness and stability.

The 4-section construction minimizes the monopod when closed, making it more compact and easily transportable. A wrist strap keeps the monopod and camera firmly in your grasp. Durable tension-adjustable aluminum leg locks can be tightened to suit your preference and to counteract any effects of wear and aging in order to keep the monopod fully functional throughout its long life. The monopod screws directly into the tripod mount on the underside of your camera.

Manfrotto Specifications

Leg Cross Section
Legs Tube Diameter
25.3-21.7-18.2-14.7mm (1-0.85-0.72-0.57")
Maximum Length
59.45" (151 cm)
Leg Sections
Load Capacity
11.02 lbs (5 kg)
1.1 lbs (0.49 kg)

Reviews about this item

Reviewed by 2 customers


Light yet sturdy


from Drummond Island Michigan  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

This monopod is 1 lb lighter than my previous monopod. Yet it can handle my equipment.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Great general use Monopod


from Marietta, GA  -  Photo Enthusiast

This is a great monopod for the price. Lightweight and perfect for travel.


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