Sirui SUP204SR Aluminum-Alloy Photo/Video Monopod with Folding Tilt Base

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Sirui SUP204SR Aluminum-Alloy Photo/Video Monopod with Folding Tilt Base
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 17.6 lb
  • Maximum Height: 63.5"
  • Minimum Height: 26.8"
  • Folded Length: 26.7"
The P-204SR Aluminum-Alloy Photo/Video Monopod from Sirui is a versatile, aluminum tripod that features a folding, three-legged tilting base for added stability in challenging conditions. The base allows 20° of tilt in any direction and features rubber tips for secure traction. This lightweight, 3.3 lb monopod has a maximum height of 63" and has a robust load capacity of 17.6 lb, suitable for use with long lenses, DSLRs, mirrorless cameras, video cameras, and more. The tilting base adds greater stability when tracking moving wildlife or panning to capture sports action. The tilting base can be removed from the monopod and combined with the grip to form a convenient tabletop tripod, ideal for tabletop still photography, as well as video applications like teleconferencing video tutorials, or web logs. When using the monopod without the tilting base, an included rubber foot or spiked foot may be attached for stability in any surface conditions.
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Sirui SUP204SR Overview

The P-204SR Aluminum-Alloy Photo/Video Monopod from Sirui is a versatile, aluminum tripod that features a folding, three-legged tilting base for added stability in challenging conditions. The base allows 20° of tilt in any direction and features rubber tips for secure traction. This lightweight, 3.3 lb monopod has a maximum height of 63" and has a robust load capacity of 17.6 lb, suitable for use with long lenses, DSLRs, mirrorless cameras, video cameras, and more. The tilting base adds greater stability when tracking moving wildlife or panning to capture sports action. The tilting base can be removed from the monopod and combined with the grip to form a convenient tabletop tripod, ideal for tabletop still photography, as well as video applications like teleconferencing video tutorials, or web logs. When using the monopod without the tilting base, an included rubber foot or spiked foot may be attached for stability in any surface conditions.

Designed for photographers on the go, the P-204SR offers more stability than a traditional monopod, but without the bulk and weight of a tripod. The versatile design includes a reversible 1/4"-20 - 3/8"-16 stud for compatibility with any head mounting requirement, a wrist strap, padded hand grip, and a travel case to keep it handy whenever for inspiration strikes.

  • Aluminum monopod with 20° tilting base
  • Removable 3-leg folding base with rubber feet
  • Maximum height without tilt base: 57.9"
  • Minimum height without tilt base: 21.7"
  • Tilting base and grip converts to tabletop tripod
  • Wrist strap and padded hand grip
  • Reversible 1/4"-20 to 3/8"-16 mounting stud

Sirui SUP204SR Specs

Monopod Head
Camera Mounting Screw1/4"-20 Male, 3/8"-16 Male
Pan & Tilt Range
Vertical Tilt-20° to +20°
Panning Range360°
Leg
Leg Lock TypeTwist Lock
Leg Sections4
Leg Diameter1.2" / 29.4 mm (Maximum)
0.7" / 18.6 mm (Minimum)
General
Load Capacity17.6 lb / 8 kg
Maximum Working Height63.5" / 161.3 cm
Minimum Working Height26.8" / 68.1 cm
Folded Length26.7" / 67.8 cm
MaterialsAluminum Alloy
Weight3.3 lb / 1.5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight6.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)33.1 x 6.6 x 3.8"
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What is the difference btw this (SUP-204SR) and the P-204SR
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The difference is significant for it is the choice of material they are made of. The Sirui SUP204SR is made of an aluminum-alloy which is light weight, very strong, and affordable. The Sirui SUP224SR is made of carbon-fiber which is even lighter, vibration absorbing and more expensive. (But worth it in the long run.)
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Date published: 2020-06-24

is it made in china?

is it made in china?
Asked by: chris
Yes, this monopod is made in China.
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Asked by: Nagendra
I contacted [email protected] with the missing part items. They promptly sent the replacements :) Thanks for your suggestions!
Answered by: Nagendra
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can this monopod be used with a 360 camera like ...

can this monopod be used with a 360 camera like Ricoh Z?
Asked by: Romuald
Depends. I use it all the time in the exact scenario you are describing. But you do have to spend some time to remove the base and feet if that is what you want. I own one other monopod that has a smaller base and skinnier feet for easier editing. But I still have to take it out after the fact and have yet to see a monopod that is invisible. If the feet are okay, you won’t buy a better monopod. It’s solid, has tons of options and I love this thing and use it in multiple scenarios out side of 360.
Answered by: Emery
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Can you recommend a pivoting head for this pod?
Asked by: Luis
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How do you unscrew the unit so that you can turn ...

How do you unscrew the unit so that you can turn the monopod into a table tripod?
Asked by: Harvey
As per the user manual, the blue connection collar at the bottom of the monopod can be unscrewed to make this into a tabletop tripod. Please see the manual in the link for more information: https://bhpho.to/2ZpwBUV
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Date published: 2021-02-15

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Does this come with the carry on bag?
Asked by: Jesse H.
Yes it comes with carry on bag
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Date published: 2018-11-26
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