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"RE: Mono pod"

mmontanaro Registered since 24th Oct 2012
Sat 10-Nov-12 01:45 PM

And let's not forget that in many places, a tripod is not allowed (a football game is a perfect example) because it would be dangerous and impossible to move quickly.

But museums are also another example. Often, if they have a "no tripods" rule, you can draw that line in the sand and use a monopod. ("The sign says 'no tripods' officer, not 'no monopods.')

It's hard to conceive if you've never used one, but it does give you more stability- you'd think it wouldn't because it can still move around, but somehow, it does. It takes away a lot of random shaking.

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