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Manfrotto Compact Photo Monopod Black, MMCOMPACT-BK
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Comfortable, rounded rubber handgrip
Protective cap for securing thread when transporting monopod
Wrist strap to protect your equipment from damage
At 330g, the lightest Manfrotto monopod
2 stylish colour combinations available
Rs 3,161
Rs 3,327
-18.75%
Manfrotto XPRO 4 Section Video Monopod with Fluid Head & FluidTech Base, MVMXPRO500
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FLUIDTECH base for smooth movements in all directions
Quick power lock reliably secures & ensures super-fast set up
Newly designed rubber leg warmer for fast & secure movement
Great operating height for overhead shooting
Dedicated professional video head

In the box: Manfrotto MVMXPRO500US XPRO Aluminum Video Monopod & Manfrotto 500PLONG Video Camera PlateWarranty: 2 years + 8 year extension
Rs 28,707
Rs 35,333
On sale!-3%
Manfrotto Element Monopod Aluminium Black, MMELEA5BK
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Easily holds telephoto lenses up to 500mm
Extremely portable and highly versatile
Handy & secure in the field thanks to its ergonomic hand grip
Interchangeable foot, rubber or spike foot
Convertible Screw 1/4' & 3/8 for camera or head connection




































































































Rs 4,634
Rs 4,777
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Manfrotto Automatic 3-Section Monopod 334B
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Patented trigger handle that quickly adjusts to you height
Twist and lock adjustment system on lower sections for stability
Monopod with inbuilt standard attachment for camera and head
Reaches a maximum height of 166cms for great versatility
Strong aluminium core that can lift up to 8kg with ease
































Rs 9,368
Rs 9,861
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Manfrotto Universal Folding Base for Monopods, 678
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Key Features

Allow to add a base to the Monopods 679, 680, 681
Base made of 3 foldable high strength steel legs
Legs can be folded and stored in the bottom section of monopod
Rs 6,536
Rs 7,344
On sale!-5%Out-of-Stock
Manfrotto Compact Monopod, 680B
Out-of-Stock
Key Features

Aluminum Construction, 4 Sections
Optional Ball, Pan/Tilt, Fluid Heads
Maximum Height: 60.63"
Closed Length: 20"
Supports 22 lb
Weight: 1.83 lb
Soft Grip and Angled Wrist Strap
Rs 2,497
Rs 2,628
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Manfrotto Carbon Fiber Monopod, 694CX
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Key Features

4 Sections
Optional Ball/Pan/Fluid Heads
Maximum Height: 64.96"
Folded Length: 21.26
Supports 11 lb
Weighs 1.3 lb
Soft Grip and Angled Wrist Strap
Rs 6,591
Rs 7,406
On sale!-16%
Manfrotto Carbon Fiber Monopod, 695CX
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Key Features

5 Sections
Optional Ball/Pan/Fluid Heads
Maximum Height: 63.19"
Folded Length: 18.7
Supports 11 lb
Weighs 1.32 lb
Soft Grip and Angled Wrist Strap
Rs 16,688
Rs 19,867
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Manfrotto Element Monopod Aluminium Red, MMELEA5RD
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Easily hold telephoto lenses up to 500mm
Extremely portable and highly versatile
Handy & secure in the field thanks to its ergonomic hand grip
Interchangeable foot, rubber or spike foot
Convertible Screw 1/4' & 3/8 for camera or head connection




































































































Rs 4,634
Rs 4,777
On sale!-11%
Manfrotto 290 Carbon Monopod, MM290C4
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Lightweight and portable with carbon fibre legs
Durable aluminium leg locks
Monopod comes complete with 6.35m -9.5mm attachments
Premium Italian design
Rubber grip and angled strap for extra stability
Rs 8,822
Rs 9,912

A monopod is always stigmatized as the cheaper, less stable alternative to a tripod stand. This is one of the greatest myths in photography. When used correctly, you get the steadiest of shots. 

Also known as unipods, monopod heads take the weight of the camera and lenses off the photographer. Although they are sturdier on the ground, monopods can also be used as extension shooting poles. 

A monopod is an essential piece of equipment in a photographer’s arsenal.

How to choose your monopod

More often than not, tripods are used for videography rather than a monopod. However, there are a few variants that are the best monopods for video. They are relatively more expensive. 

Here are a couple of factors that you should consider, apart from the monopod’s price, while purchasing one.

Height

It is crucial to consider the maximum and minimum length of your monopod. It is of great use when it comes to sports photography. The minimum length can also determine if it is useful when you are traveling. Selfie Sticks have gained a lot of popularity and are one of the most fast selling items.

Feet

Some monopods will have additional flip-out feet for more stable support. This variant can also be called a monopod tripod. When indulging in monopod photography, this gives you the much-needed support you will need while shooting videos and time-lapses.

How to use a monopod

Monopods are good for when you are in a crowded environment. Anywhere you don’t have enough space for a tripod, you can trust your monopod to give you steady shots. 

The overhead

In a crowd of journalists hustling to get the best picture or an interview byte of a celebrity, a monopod can be a gamechanger for you. Monopods are much less obtrusive than tripods. You attach your camera to the top of your monopod, extend the legs and hold it high enough to get the shot you want. 

The third leg

When you are outdoors working on a shoot, the best way to use a monopod is by using your legs to make an imaginary tripod. This technique works best on grippy surfaces like grass or gravel. This is very helpful when you indulge in wildlife photography and other outdoor activities.

A few of the best monopods for wildlife photography are:

  • Manfrotto XPRO 5-Section

  • Gitzo Series 2 Traveler GM2562T

Monopod vs Tripod

Tripods are bulkier and take longer to be set up but having three legs provide stability. On the other hand, monopods are light, compact, and travel friendly. The best monopods extend long enough to be used as per your needs but can be dropped down to a size that can be accommodated. 

Apart from this, a lot of manufacturers make monopods that double up as hiking and walking sticks. This is an essential gear if you are fond of traveling.