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Sirui P-324S Carbon Fiber Photo/Video Monopod

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Sirui P-324S Carbon Fiber Photo/Video Monopod
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 22 lb
  • Max Height: 69"
  • Closed Length: 28.5"
  • Sections: 4
The P-324S Carbon Fiber Photo/Video Monopod from Sirui is a 4-section carbon fiber monopod with three fold-down support feet for additional stability. In addition, an adjustable friction control ball head mechanism in the base of the monopod and a panning hand grip enable smooth 360° pan and 20° tilt movements. The three support feet fold up and lock into position against the monopod and can even be removed entirely and used as a table-top tripod. A large rubber base foot is available for conventional use and it can be removed and replaced with the included spike foot for use on soft or slippery ground. It weighs just 2.9 lb but can support a load up to 22 lb.
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Sirui SUP324S Overview

The P-324S Carbon Fiber Photo/Video Monopod from Sirui is a 4-section carbon fiber monopod with three fold-down support feet for additional stability. In addition, an adjustable friction control ball head mechanism in the base of the monopod and a panning hand grip enable smooth 360° pan and 20° tilt movements. The three support feet fold up and lock into position against the monopod and can even be removed entirely and used as a table-top tripod. A large rubber base foot is available for conventional use and it can be removed and replaced with the included spike foot for use on soft or slippery ground. It weighs just 2.9 lb but can support a load up to 22 lb.

The mounting plate on the P-324S comes with a reversible screw that accommodates 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 tripod sockets or compatible heads. The maximum height reaches 69" and it can fold down to 28.5", three twist locks provide quick and stable adjustment. With adjustable tension control, the base locking collar enables the monopod to stand upright on its own.

Sirui SUP324S Specs

Material of Construction
8-Layer Carbon Fiber
Maximum Height
69" / 175 cm
Folded Length
28.5" / 72.5 cm
Load Capacity
22 lb / 10 kg
Leg Sections
4
Leg Lock Type
Twist-lock
Maximum Diameter
1.3" / 32 mm
Minimum Diameter
0.87" / 22 mm
Male Thread Size
Reversible 1/4"-20 and 3/8"
Weight
2.9 lb / 1.3 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight
5.8 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
35 x 10.3 x 2.9"

Sirui SUP324S Reviews

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question

extended the first segment but can't collapse it back. What is wrong ?
Asked by: Anonymous
You should be able to twist the leg locking mechanism on the Sirui P-324S Carbon Fiber Photo/Video Monopod to loosen the leg, then the leg should be able to slide freely to collapse the leg to its correct position. If the leg locks are loosened and you still cannot adjust or collapse the monopod leg, then the unit may be defective. If if was purchased within the last 30 days (or during our current Holiday Return Policy period), you may contact our Customer Service Department to return the tripod for an exchange or a refund. You may contact our Customer Service Department at [email protected] or by calling 800.221.5743. If you have owned the monopod longer than the 30-Day Return Policy (or it was purchased before our current Holiday Return Policy), then you may contact Sirui directly for assistance with your inquiry, as the monopod comes with a 6-Year U.S.A. Warranty, and they would be able to assist you with your monopod issue. You may contact Sirui either by e-mailing [email protected] or by calling them, toll-free, at 866-373-0829 Monday-Friday 9am-5pm EDT.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

Opened it, extended it, and the top section wouldn't collapse back in. What am I doing wrong ? This Opened it, extended it, and the top section wouldn't collapse back in. what may be going wrong ?sounds like a problem that has been encountered before ( see Jinn1 in review for this monopod)
Asked by: Jagannath R.
Indeed, had the same issue. Sent it back and Sirui/B&H were fantastic about replacing it quickly. I seem to remember researching this at the time and found others with the same problem. Clearly a defect of some kind. Good luck
Answered by: Reade T.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

What is the max height with the bottom leg section removed, like a regular monopod?
Asked by: Fred N.
The max height is the same whether or not the 3 legs are extended. The bottom point is used like a regular monopod with the legs in the up position. When the legs are in the down postion there is only an inch or so difference as it would rest on the far end tips of the 3 legs. They are just for balance rather than total support of the monopod.
Answered by: SHARON Z.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

Will this work with the Manfrotto MVH500A head? For Video (I will use this on a Panasonic GX8 or a Sony AX33 videocam)
Asked by: Anonymous
As far as I can tell the Manfrotto MVH500A head has a 60mm half ball on the bottom and this cannot be mounted ib the monopod. The Manfrotto MVH500AH head has a flat base and can be mounted on the monopod
Answered by: Alan H. Sirui Expert
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

I'm wanting to use the Manfrotto 502HD Pro Video Head with this monopod, will it fit/work?
Asked by: Patrick
The Manfrotto 502HD Pro Video Head with Flat Base (3/8 -16 Connection) will fit and work properly on the Sirui P-324S Carbon fiber Monopod
Answered by: Alan H. Sirui Expert
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

Will this work with the Manfrotto 526 Tripod Head? B&H # MA526. I plan to use it for heavier cameras and use a lighter Sirui head for smaller setups.
Asked by: JP
Thanks for taking the time for answering. Will follow your advice!
Answered by: JP J.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

Would the Manfrotto MVH502AH pair well with this monopod? I plan to use heavier camera for capturing Broll on location.
Asked by: R S.
I have both! they work and match perfectly well.
Answered by: Bob N.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

What would be the main reason to go for the carbon fiber version instead of the aluminium? More resistant? I see the weight is exactly the same...
Asked by: Simon
I have the carbon fiber one, but I actually prefer the aluminum as the carbon fiber one starts to bend a little when fully extended. Either option however is a great investment.
Answered by: Alvin C.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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