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    Hi Everyone, can anyone please give me advice on monopods? I am using my son's Velbon tripod which is a gem but if I walk too far I find it heavy to carry, so I thought I would get myself a monopod. many thanks, travelbug

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    Have a look at the Manfrotto carbon fibre monopods.

    Very light, very strong... but a bit expensive.
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    Another idea is that some monopods come as a telescopic walking stick that you can fix your camera to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will54 View Post
    Another idea is that some monopods come as a telescopic walking stick that you can fix your camera to.
    Thanks Snapper, will do some research, sounds good to me! travelbug

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fen View Post
    Have a look at the Manfrotto carbon fibre monopods.

    Very light, very strong... but a bit expensive.
    Thanks Fen, will do some research! travelbug

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