Sirui SUP204SR Aluminum-Alloy Photo/Video Monopod

Sirui SUP204SR Aluminum-Alloy Photo/Video Monopod

Sirui SUP204SR Aluminum-Alloy Photo/Video Monopod

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Product Highlights

  • Monopod with Standing Base/Mini Tripod
  • Standing Base Allows Swivel, Tilt
  • Swivel 360°, Tilt 20°
  • Load Capacity: 17.6 lb
  • Maximum Height: 63.5"
  • Minimum Height: 26.8"
  • Folded Length: 26.7"
  • 4 Sections, Twist Locks
  • Aluminum-Alloy Construction
  • Carry Bag with Shoulder Strap
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Sirui SUP204SR overview

  • 1Description

The SUP204SR Aluminum-Alloy Photo/Video Monopod from Sirui combines with an included tripod base to create a versatile support system while recording with a video camera, camcorder, or DSLR. The base features fold-out legs that when deployed, produces a 14.0" spread, forming a stable platform that allows the monopod and camera placed on it to swivel 360° and be tilted 20° in any direction.

Loosening the locking knob and elevating the twist lock on the tripod base enables the swivel and tilt movements for angle or perspective adjustments by allowing its internal ball-and-socket joint to move freely. After recording a subject at a desired angle, the monopod can be returned to the upright position and securely locked into place by tightening the tripod base's locking knob and lowering its twist lock.

When configured with its tripod base, the SUP204SR Aluminum-Alloy Photo/Video Monopod supports up to 17.6 lb and measures 26.7" when folded. The monopod consists of four sections that utilize twist locks for rapid deployment, and can be positioned for a minimum height of 26.8" to a maximum height of 63.5". A foam cover along the top section provides a secure and comfortable grip while moving the monopod, and rubber feet on the base's legs help to enhance stability on a wide variety of surfaces.

Tripod or monopod heads, as well as cameras, lenses, or sport optics that are directly compatible with a 1/4"-20 or 3/8"-16 mount can be connected to the top of the SUP204SR, which features a reversible mount. Immediately beneath the monopod's foam cover is a twist lock that enables 360° of rotation that is independent of the swivel and tilt movements provided by the tripod base. The SUP204SR is constructed from aluminum-alloy for durability while remaining lightweight, has an integrated wrist strap, and includes a shoulder bag with a zippered closure.

If disconnected from the monopod, the tripod base can serve as a mini tripod that provides a height of 7.0" and is rated to support 17.6 lb. It can be configured to accept a camera, lens, sport optic, or tripod head by transferring the monopod's removable top platform and reversible mount to the top of the tripod base. Alternatively, both an included spare top platform and spare reversible mount may be used with the tripod base.

Also provided are two rubber feet and a spiked foot to facilitate the monopod's use apart from the tripod base on hard or soft surfaces.

Use and Handling
  • Monopod with tripod base creates a versatile support system while recording with a video camera, camcorder, or DSLR
  • When deployed, fold-out legs on the base produce a 14.0" spread, forming a stable platform that allows the monopod to swivel 360° and be tilted 20° in any direction
  • Loosening tripod base's locking knob and elevating its twist lock enables swivel and tilt movements by allowing its internal ball-and-socket joint to move freely
  • After recording at an angle, monopod can be returned to the upright position and locked into place
  • When combined, monopod and base supports up to 17.6 lb, measures 26.7" when folded, and weighs 3.3 lb
  • Individually, monopod and base measure 21.5" and 8.5" when folded
  • Can be set for a minimum height of 26.8" to a maximum height of 63.5"
  • Monopod features 4 sections and twist locks for rapid deployment
  • Foam cover on top section of monopod provides a secure and comfortable grip
  • When loosened, twist lock immediately beneath the monopod's foam cover enables 360° of rotation that is independent of the swivel and tilt movements provided by the tripod base
  • Rubber feet on base help to enhance stability on a wide variety of surfaces
  • Tripod base can serve as a mini tripod that is 7.0" tall, rated to support 17.6 lb, and can accept cameras, lenses, sport optics, or tripod heads that are compatible with a 1/4"-20 or 3/8"-16 mount
  • Included hex keys to adjust the level of tension applied to each leg when moving between the spread and folded position or to remove and replace each leg
  • Rubber feet and a spiked foot to facilitate use of monopod apart from the tripod base on hard or soft surfaces
Construction Details
  • Durable, aluminum-alloy construction
  • 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 reversible mount
  • Integrated wrist strap
  • Includes nylon carry bag with zippered closure and shoulder strap
In the Box
Sirui SUP204SR Aluminum-Alloy Photo/Video Monopod
  • Carry Bag
  • 2 x Reversible 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 Mount
  • 2 x Monopod Platform
  • 2 x Rubber Monopod Foot
  • Spiked Monopod Foot
  • 3 x Hex Key
  • Limited 6-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description

    Sirui SUP204SR specs

    Monopod Head
    Camera Mounting Screw 1/4"-20 Male, 3/8"-16 Male
    Pan & Tilt Range
    Vertical Tilt -20 to +20
    Panning Range 360
    Leg
    Leg Lock Type Twist Lock
    Leg Sections 4
    General
    Load Capacity 17.6 lb / 8 kg
    Maximum Working Height 63.5" / 161.3 cm
    Minimum Working Height 26.8" / 68.1 cm
    Folded Length 26.7" / 67.8 cm
    Materials Aluminum Alloy
    Weight 3.3 lb / 1.5 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 6.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 33.1 x 6.6 x 3.8"

    Sirui SUP204SR reviews

    SUP204SR Aluminum-Alloy Photo/Video Monopod is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 26.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Superb piece of kit! I spent hours at the store deciding which video monopod to purchase (as I do!) Plenty to choose from including the Manfrotto, Benro and Libec. I was on a budget but ultimately the Sirui offered the best build quality and usability and for that I was prepared to pay the price and very glad I did. It made my job all the more easier! I coupled it with the Manfrotto Mvh500ah Fluid Video Head. Again ***** Together, these two items created a solid base that was quick and easy to work and move around with. Tight locks and very smooth action! comes with bag, additional attachments to use the foot as a low tripod. Very Happy!
    Date published: 2018-06-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Don't buy the Manfrotto - this one is better This is the best video monopod I have ever used (upgraded from a Manfrotto monopod with the flip-out feet). This one is better operationally, better built (I'm a mechanical engineer) and also more versatile, for example in being able to lock out the pan or the articulating ball easily and quickly, as well as being able to break it down easily into a tabletop tripod. I routinely use it with my Manfrotto fluid head to stabilise 'selfie' pieces to camera for my vlog, and also to support the other end of my slider when shooting overlay. It's not a substitute for a good tripod, but it reduces the footprint you need in some situations, increases the speed of shooting and minimises the number of shots that do require setting up a tripod.
    Date published: 2017-08-19
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love the Sirui monopod Just got it and will use it for sports/action and low shutter speed photography. Construction and machining is superb. I'll be long gone before this thing dies. I am amazed at its versatility! Of course it's a great monopod, but also has fold out legs which adds stability and can be used as a tripod for lightweight loads. The tension on the base can be adjusted to allow varying degrees of motion which I think will be very helpful when panning moving subjects. In addition, the base can be removed to provide a table top tripod. Last, it comes with a spike base so it can be a walking stick (or weapon I suppose). The only downside is its weight. I believe there is a carbon fiber version which is much more expensive.
    Date published: 2017-11-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from AMAZING PIECE OF EQUIPMENT !! TAKES A LOT TO IMPRESS ME BUT FROM THE FIRST TIME I UNPACKED THIS ITEM, THAT'S EXACTLY HOW I FELT. VERY WELL MADE, STRONG, NOT GOING TO FALL DOWN. VERY MANY OPTIONS, ESPECIALLY LIKE THE SMALL TRIPOD, GOING TO BE VERY USEFUL IN EUROPE FOR NIGHT WORK. VERY COMPACT! HAVE A NIKON D810 WITH A 24-80MM LENS AND IT HOLDS EVERYTHING JUST FINE.
    Date published: 2018-07-12
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sturdy Monopod Love this monopod! So sturdy and reliable. The only cons -- sometimes the legs get stuck when you try to pull them down; it easily detaches from the base, which can be convenient when necessary, but a giant pain when you don't realize it's loosened and the legs pop off. I've also had a screw fall out from one of the legs (luckily someone saw it on the floor and pointed it out to me). But that sturdiness really can't be beat. I can actually leave my camera and lens on it and walk away, knowing it's fine (Note: I only do this while shooting indoors and for brief periods of time)
    Date published: 2018-03-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Total control. Smooth, stable shots. Wow. Hard to imagine how I hesitated to buy it. Sirui was new to me and there was no video head. After 10 minutes, I was getting smoother pans and more stable shots at more range than I thought a monopod could ever do. This is so much better than a Benro or Manfrotto w/ built in small video heads. The Sirui was smooth on a 12 pound accessorized C100Markii with accessories (audio on audio handle shoe mount, atomos capture mounted, etc.).
    Date published: 2017-12-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from First Monopod I decided to get myself a monopod after a recent Euro Trip. I have been using my trusted Vanguard Espod 233AP but found it to be a hassle on the streets and at crowded places. I end up hand held most of the time. So after much extensive research, it boils down to either the MVMX500US or SUP-204SR. Head down to a local shop and managed to test both side by side. MVMX was way prettier if i may add. I decided to go with the Sirui due to it being more stable, sturdy, wider feet, looking/feeling more robust and that extra panning feature. It just feels solid to the touch and it comes with a nice carrying case as well. Unfortunately the clip version is out. I dont mind the twist lock. Although i kinda struggle with it at first. One week on and i am loving this Sirui even more especially after pairing it with the handsome MVH500AH head. :P
    Date published: 2018-02-20
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent Versatile Monopod I haven't used this item for too long of a time but I really like it so far.� It is well built.� The only disadvantage of this monopod is its weight and size, but it stands on its own on level ground.��I wouldn't walk away from it but its ability to stand solidly is advantageous when you wish to bracket in photography.� Concerning the weight and size,� you can detach the feet and then it becomes the same size as my other monopod AND you have a separate small desk tripod with the detached legs and included adapters. The only thing I might do different is purchase a lighter variation.� Then again, the weight might contribute to stability.� It is really not that heavy.� The carry case is long, so you might need to break this down into smaller bits to carry onto an airplane.
    Date published: 2018-05-02
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