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It extends from approx. 70cm to 138cm.
By MR C M BATT on 06 December 2014
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Hi again Becky, I don't think I have seen a rating on this but I have used it with a Nikon D800 and 28 - 300 lens which is probably stretching its capability a bit. I would not suggest to go much heavier (I tried it with the sigma 150 - 600 attached but can't say it was particularly successful). However, steady hands a… see more Hi again Becky, I don't think I have seen a rating on this but I have used it with a Nikon D800 and 28 - 300 lens which is probably stretching its capability a bit. I would not suggest to go much heavier (I tried it with the sigma 150 - 600 attached but can't say it was particularly successful). However, steady hands are still required and this is nowhere near as good as a tripod and care would be needed along with whatever other steadying aids you can find, e.g. a nearby rock, tree or handy bench. I always end up stretching the capabilities of any support device (monopod, tripod) as I do like to get around and generally, in the interests of carry less weight, will take the lightest support device I can get away with, sometimes using it beyond the ratings of the manufacturer. see less Hi again Becky, I don't think I have seen a rating on this but I have used it with a Nikon D800 and 28 - 300 lens which is probably stretching its capability a bit. I would not suggest to go much heavier (I tried it with the sigma 150 - 600 attached but can't say it was particularly successful). However, steady hands are still required and this is nowhere near as good as a tripod and care would be needed along with whatever other steadying aids you can find, e.g. a nearby rock, tree or handy bench. I always end up stretching the capabilities of any support device (monopod, tripod) as I do like to get around and generally, in the interests of carry less weight, will take the lightest support device I can get away with, sometimes using it beyond the ratings of the manufacturer.
By shand on 12 April 2016
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Hello Petronella. If it is stil in the closed position, all you need to do to lengthen each section is to hold the section next to the handle, while holding, firmly, then grip the 'tip' with your other hand and turn, anticlockwise, when it is loosened, pull that part out a couple of inches and you will see some marking… see more Hello Petronella. If it is stil in the closed position, all you need to do to lengthen each section is to hold the section next to the handle, while holding, firmly, then grip the 'tip' with your other hand and turn, anticlockwise, when it is loosened, pull that part out a couple of inches and you will see some markings, then tighten it up again. Be careful not to extend it too far, as it is a devil of a job to get it back in again. When you have done that do the the same process to the middle section. Good luck
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Hello Petronella. If it is stil in the closed position, all you need to do to lengthen each section is to hold the section next to the handle, while holding, firmly, then grip the 'tip' with your other hand and turn, anticlockwise, when it is loosened, pull that part out a couple of inches and you will see some markings, then tighten it up again. Be careful not to extend it too far, as it is a devil of a job to get it back in again. When you have done that do the the same process to the middle section. Good luck
Pam

By P.Clark on 23 April 2016
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907g, boxed; less alone. Fits a suitcase.
By I. A. Wright on 17 February 2014
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For a good camera I would get a good monopod. The Alpenpod is not robust enough in my opinion.
By Echo on 25 July 2014
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it has a standard 1/4" tripod fitting so I would say yes, Its strong enough to use as walking or hiking stick but don't know what kind of weight your camera would be I would say it would take a fairly good weight
By Anthony Pyett on 10 March 2015
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it depends on the seller, we are based in Bristol - so yes!
By Lotnabox SELLER on 12 August 2014
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Yes. A small powershot can be mounted on the screwthread at the top with you still having the ability to hold the handle as a cane. The end of the pod will need to be covered with rubber.
By Amazon Customer on 20 March 2017
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How can I help??
By Echo on 28 August 2014