iFootage Cobra 2 A180 Aluminum Monopod

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iFootage Cobra 2 A180 Aluminum Monopod
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 17.6 lb
  • Maximum Height: 70.9"
  • Closed Length: 27.8"
  • Sections: 4
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Boasting numerous features and a modular design, the Cobra 2 A180 Aluminum Monopod from iFootage has just about everything you could want from a monopod. Let's cover the basics first. The 4-section support uses buckle-like leg locks, rises to a maximum height of 70.9", and supports gear weighing up to 17.6 lb, while folding down to a compact 27.8". The mounting base has both 3/8"-16 and 1/4"-20 threads, allowing it to use virtually any tripod head. Besides the basics, the A180 has a unique combination of advanced convenience features. The head mounting base, for example, has a quick release with sliding action that can be operated with one hand, making removal of the head simple. The monopod's base has 3 feet to stabilize your camera, that use a ball that allows 0-90 degrees of tilt. The base has a lock and a knob to adjust the friction appropriate to the weight of your camera. The feet also have a simple button that allows you to fold them up or to select 20, 50, or 78-degree angles as the terrain demands. In fact, the entire base-foot section is removable and can be used as low-angle minipod if needed.
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Boasting numerous features and a modular design, the Cobra 2 A180 Aluminum Monopod from iFootage has just about everything you could want from a monopod. Let's cover the basics first. The 4-section support uses buckle-like leg locks, rises to a maximum height of 70.9", and supports gear weighing up to 17.6 lb, while folding down to a compact 27.8". The mounting base has both 3/8"-16 and 1/4"-20 threads, allowing it to use virtually any tripod head. Besides the basics, the A180 has a unique combination of advanced convenience features. The head mounting base, for example, has a quick release with sliding action that can be operated with one hand, making removal of the head simple. The monopod's base has 3 feet to stabilize your camera, that use a ball that allows 0-90 degrees of tilt. The base has a lock and a knob to adjust the friction appropriate to the weight of your camera. The feet also have a simple button that allows you to fold them up or to select 20, 50, or 78-degree angles as the terrain demands. In fact, the entire base-foot section is removable and can be used as low-angle minipod if needed.

Benefits

  • 4-Part modular design: quick release, main body, quick release removable base with 3 feet, removable rubber foot
  • 0-90-Degree tilt angles
  • Use removable base as a low angle minipod
  • Quick release base has 20, 50, and 78-degree angle adjustments
  • 3/8"-16 / 1/4"-20 Head mounting plate - compatible with most tripod heads
  • Single hand operated sliding quick release
  • Ergonomic buckle-type leg locks
  • iFootage A180 Specs

    Monopod Head
    Camera Mounting Screw1/4"-20 Male, 3/8"-16 Male
    Pan & Tilt Range
    Vertical Tilt0° to +90°
    Leg
    Leg Lock TypeFlip Lock
    Leg Sections4
    General
    Load Capacity17.6 lb / 8 kg
    Maximum Working Height70.9" / 180 cm
    Folded Length27.8" / 70.5 cm
    MaterialsAluminum Alloy
    Weight3.3 lb / 1.50 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight5.1 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH)30 x 4.5 x 4.5"
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    Is there a significant advantage to the carbon fiber version of the monopod other than a slight weight savings?
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