Sunpak Pro 724m Carbon Fiber, 4 Section Monopod, Supports 11 lbs.

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About Sunpak

• The Sunpak Pro 724M Carbon Fiber Tripod is a lightweight monopod that is designed for the serious amateur and working professional photographer. By using carbon fiber material for its leg construction, this monopod is about a third lighter then comparable conventional aluminum tripods. The neoprene foam grip on the upper leg section improves handling in extreme weather conditions, and the retractable metal spike makes it adaptable to any terrain.

Sunpak Features

  • Top section neoprene leg cover
  • Removeable Hand strap

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Reviewed by 1 customers


Light weight works great


from Edmonds WA  -  Photo Enthusiast

Easy to pack and carry


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Stephanie H  I returned this - it had been opened at apparently used as could be deduced by the mud on the foot :(
Rudy L  What is the folded and complete extended length of the monopod?
Stephanie H  The one I received had mud on the foot of the monopod - clearly used before they sent it to me. My recommendation is DO NOT buy from Adorama period! This is the second order that I have received merchandise that was clearly used prior to my receiving it.
Bob R  Can anyone recommend a ball head that will complement the Sunpak carbon fiber monopod? Looking for one that's functional but will allow me to retain some of my life savings.
Terry C  I use a Flashpoint F-1 and find it great for smaller lenses but if you use any larger (heavier) lenses it becomes problematic. Based on that experience I would recommend as large a ballhead as the budget will bear for better support of heavy camera/lenses Like around 6+ pounds. If you go smaller it will disappoint and cost more in the end
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