The XPRO Over 4-Section Aluminum Monopod with 234RC Tilt Head from B&H is a lightweight, sturdy camera support kit which consists of a 4-section aluminum monopod and 90° tilting head. The combined kit weighs just 2.2 lb, reaches a maximum height of 73.2", features a folded length of 24.8", and supports up to 4.4 lb.
Manfrotto 234RC Tilt Head for Monopods, with Quick Release
The Manfrotto 234RC Tilt Head was specifically designed for monopods. The tilt head features a one-axis movement which allows the positioning of the camera for a vertical format with the monopod in the upright stance.
Manfrotto MPMXPROA4US Aluminum XPRO Monopod+
The MPMXPROA4US XPRO Monopod+ from Manfrotto is a versatile aluminum support designed for use with DSLR, mirrorless, compact, and video cameras.
A handy tool for nearly any visual artist, professional, or content creator, a monopod can often travel places tripods cannot, providing additional stability and supporting heavy equipment when required. The MPMXPROA4US features a 4-section design which, when paired with its aluminum construction, results in an easy-to-transport design weighing just 1.65 lb. With a maximum height of 70.9" and a minimum height of just 22", the MPMXPROA4US can be adjusted to suit users of varying heights and for various different tasks.
While the design of a monopod is relatively simple the Manfrotto Monopod+ line utilizes some innovative features which make using the MPMXPROA4US fast and easy. The primary feature of the line is the inclusion of Manfrotto's patented Power-Lock flip locks which snap open and closed to ensure fast operation and a tight, unyielding lock. The D-shaped leg sections have been designed not only to compliment the Power-Locks but also to prevent unwanted twisting between leg sections and increase the stability of the monopod.
Additionally, the Monopod+ line also features Manfrotto's standard rubber leg warmer for an improved grip and an adjustable hand strap for extra security. A 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 mounting thread is placed at the top of the monopod in the center of the baseplate, allowing users to either, direct mount a camera or lens, or use an articulating head if required.