Sirui P324 Carbon Fiber Monopod

Sirui
SKU: SIBSRP324 MFR: BSRP324

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About Sirui P324

The Sirui P324 Carbon Fiber Monopod is recommended for use with G-20, K-20X and K-30X ball heads. The Sirui P324 Monopod is composed of a carbon fiber material for optimal stability that is more lightweight than the standard aluminum, yet stronger than steel. It offers the stability required for long telephoto lenses or low-light situations in which a tripod is impractical or forbidden. The SIRUI Monopod is split up into four extendable sections with a maximum leg diameter of 1.4 inches. When the leg is fully extended, the SIRUI Monopod reaches a maximum operational height of 66.9 inches.

The carbon fiber monopod collapses to a length of 22 inches, ideal for low-angle photography as well as storage and travel. The unit weighs 1.1 lbs and has a maximum load capacity of 22 lbs, making the SIRUI Monopod best suited to mid-to-heavyweight camera and video equipment. The included foam grip provides a firm grasp in any weather or temperature conditions and a retractable stainless steel foot spike provides traction during outdoor photo shoots.

Sirui P324 Features

  • Excellent stability when working with long telephoto lenses and in low-light situations
  • Easy to carry, sets up instantly and is ideal in tight spaces
  • Reversible mounting screw can be used on 3/8 or 1/4-20 heads and accessories
  • Include a wrist strap with carabiner and compass

Sirui P324 Specifications

Material
Carbon fiber
Leg Sections
4
Leg Tube Diameters
Maximum: 36 mm, Minimum: 25 mm
Maximum Height
66.9" / 169.92cm
Minimum Height
22" / 55.88cm
Load Capacity
22lbs / 10kg
Weight
1.1lbs / 0.49kg
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