Sirui P-424SR Carbon Fiber Photo/Video Monopod

Sirui P-424SR Carbon Fiber Photo/Video Monopod

Sirui P-424SR Carbon Fiber Photo/Video Monopod

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Product Highlights

  • Load Capacity: 26.5 lb
  • Max Height: 75"
  • Closed Length: 30"
  • Sections: 4
  • Weight: 3.1 lb
  • Removable Base Converts to Mini Tripod
  • 360° Panning Hand Grip
  • Rubber and Spiked Foot
  • 8-Layer 100% Carbon Fiber Build
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The P-424SR Carbon Fiber Photo/Video Monopod from Sirui is a 4-section carbon fiber monopod equipped with three fold-down support feet for additional stability. An adjustable friction-controlled ball mechanism in the base of the monopod and an integrated 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 for use on soft or slippery ground. It weighs just 3.1 lb, but can support a load up to 26.5 lb.

The mounting plate on the P-424SR comes with a reversible screw that accommodates 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 tripod sockets or compatible heads. The maximum height reaches 75" and it can fold down to 30", three twist locks provide quick and stable adjustment. Equipped with adjustable tension control, the base locking collar enables the monopod to stand upright on its own, but should not be left alone as it is not considered "self standing".

In the Box
Sirui P-424SR Carbon Fiber Photo/Video Monopod
  • Wrist Strap
  • Removable Rubber Foot
  • Removable Aluminum Spike
  • Custom Padded Case
  • Shoulder Strap
  • Adjustment Tool
  • Limited 6-Year Warranty
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    Sirui P-424SR specs

    Monopod Head
    Camera Mounting Screw 1/4"-20 Male, 3/8"-16 Male
    Leg Lock Type Twist Lock
    Leg Sections 4
    Leg Diameter 1.4" / 36 mm (Maximum)
    1.0" / 25 mm (Minimum)
    Load Capacity 26.5 lb / 12 kg
    Maximum Working Height 75" / 190 cm
    Folded Length 30" / 76 cm
    Materials Carbon Fiber
    Weight 3.1 lb / 1.4 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 6.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 37.0 x 6.8 x 4.0"

    Sirui P-424SR reviews

    P-424SR Carbon Fiber Photo/Video Monopod is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 18.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great product but beware of loose bolts! I gave monopod 4 stars instead of 5 because after about a week of daily usage the folding feet started to loosen and were flopping around (I believe that this was an issue w/the previous model). Since I was out of town and without tools I had to resort to keeping a bungee ball to keep the feet close to the monopod. When I was finally able to get my hands on some allen wrenches I discovered that one of the feet was almost completely disconnected. I tightened them down (much tighter than they were when I bought it) and that seems to rectify the issue, I'll most likely apply some thread lock to the bolts in the near future.
    Date published: 2017-11-04
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Incredibly robust I was looking for a mono pod heavy duty enough to hold a gimbal and 12.9lb (Sigmonster) lens along with a crop body. Enter the P-424SR. If you have big hands like I do you'll love how it fits in the hand, nice foam pad at the top to hold it by. The legs are large and will aid in stabilizing the rig nicely. Got it when they had a mail in rebate - not a fan of waiting for what's due me but B&H has always been a good vendor and I have faith I'll actually get it. About the only downside is I wish it would have had the pistol grip release to raise or lower but as the best of those only support 12lbs I'll probably have to wait for the tech to mature to see it in such a robust rig.
    Date published: 2017-06-04
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from WOW WOW WOW The tripod feet are great, large enough to support the monopod momentarily without worry yet small enough to not get in the way.. The screw action on the leg locks is really smooth and sure. I mounted my pistol grip ball head and have a winning combo that is quick and stable. I wasn't sold on the feet at first, but after a couple of uses love therm. I opted for this one over the aluminum version because of the added height. Twice now I have found myself shooting on a staircase with the monopod base 1 or2 steps down.
    Date published: 2017-11-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Buy it! You won't be disappointed. Love the fact I can easily and reliably leave a video camera on a monopod! Had been using a non locking monopod. Researched the various locking options and decided this is the best. The large feet make the difference in keeping the rig stable. More than enough strength for a Sony AS7 with a cage and gear. Even using a larger Sony PMW 200 with large battery it feels solid. Run and gun or use in a limited space (event videos while in a seating row). I've discovered the twist locks are quicker to work than the Manfrotto style.
    Date published: 2018-01-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality Monopod Versatile monopod with many functions. Don't be put off by people telling you twist locks are slow: learn how to open the whole support with a single twist. Teamed with RSS B-50 ball head it is an unbeatable combination.
    Date published: 2017-11-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Flawless design This monopod was designed by people who know what videographers need in a monopod. Every element is well thought out and the unit is very lightweight.
    Date published: 2017-10-30
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from No such thing as perfect This is an AMAZING monopod. I love it. I came from the newer Manfrotto XPRO monopods and I thought switching over to Sirui would solve all my problems. And it sort of did! 9/10 complaints I had about the Manfrotto is solved by the Sirui, however, as many of you know, there is no such thing as a "perfect" item. It all depends on how you use it and what situation you're thrown into. I'm primarily a wedding videographer and the idea of having a reliable locking monopod was awesome. The thought of not travelling around with a tripod was so nice, however, not practical. The feet when spread out is actually still wide. It may not seem like a big deal but there have been some ceremonies where you need to maneuver but it's near impossible without hitting people. For example, Indian ceremonies or Coptic Orthodox ones and even the Hora for Jewish weddings. If it's a bigger crowd, these big Sirui 424SR feet will be a big annoyance. Also, if you're in the country side, a lot of the reception venues are sometimes constructed on the spot or not well at all. So you have uneven ground. When locking the Sirui 424SR, there's no way to adjust the head to be leveled unless you have a ball head. Most people here will probably be using a fluid head, though, and won't be able to level it. Thus defeating the purpose of the locking positives. Aside from those two main things, the 424SR is AMAZING and I don't regret buying it at all. Just bear in mind that if you think it's perfect, it's not. I still miss somethings with the Manfrotto XPROs, mainly their size and lock switches. But the Sirui's positives outweigh its negatives.
    Date published: 2018-10-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A solid monopod A well built, solid monopod, much more stable than other monopods. Really tall, around 2 m, so I can capture anything with it. It's about 1m long when folded and a bit big for travelling, but it has a nice carry on bag and the possibilities it gave me and security of my Canon 1d X Mark II on it (it never fell) were worth the extra hustle.
    Date published: 2018-09-27
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