iFootage Cobra 2 C180-II Carbon Fiber Monopod with Low-Profile Tripod

BH #IFC180II • MFR #C180-II
iFootage Cobra 2 C180-II Carbon Fiber Monopod with Low-Profile Tripod
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 22.1 lb
  • Maximum Height: 70.9"
  • Closed Length: 27.8"
  • Sections: 4
The versatile 2.8 lb Cobra 2 C180-II Carbon Fiber Monopod with Low-Profile Tripod from iFootage stabilizes your camera to produce still images, or it swivels smoothly to capture video. By disengaging its flip leg locks, you can extend the 4-section monopod, which has a load capacity of 22.1 lb, from a folded length of 27.8" to a maximum height of 70.9". At the bottom, the base folds out to three feet with a swiveling base that has tension control with a lock, and it allows you to follow a subject easily while capturing video. With the feet folded up, a rubber foot is exposed, so the monopod can be used in a conventional way without the swiveling base. The base is also removable, and it converts into a mini tripod that can be used for macro or tabletop photography.
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Maximum Height
47.2"
70.9"
Material of Construction
Aluminum
Carbon Fiber
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iFootage Cobra 2 C180 II Overview

The versatile 2.8 lb Cobra 2 C180-II Carbon Fiber Monopod with Low-Profile Tripod from iFootage stabilizes your camera to produce still images, or it swivels smoothly to capture video. By disengaging its flip leg locks, you can extend the 4-section monopod, which has a load capacity of 22.1 lb, from a folded length of 27.8" to a maximum height of 70.9". At the bottom, the base folds out to three feet with a swiveling base that has tension control with a lock, and it allows you to follow a subject easily while capturing video. With the feet folded up, a rubber foot is exposed, so the monopod can be used in a conventional way without the swiveling base. The base is also removable, and it converts into a mini tripod that can be used for macro or tabletop photography.

UPC: 842355110412

iFootage Cobra 2 C180 II Specs

Leg
Mounting Screw1/4"-20 Male, 3/8"-16 Male
Leg Lock TypeFlip Lock
Leg Sections4
Monopod Foot FeaturesFold Out Base, Removable, Rubber
General
Load Capacity22.05 lb / 10 kg
Maximum Working Height70.9" / 180 cm
Minimum Working Height27.8" / 70.5 cm
Folded Length27.76" / 70.5 cm
MaterialsCarbon Fiber
Weight2.76 lb / 1.25 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.505 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)29.75 x 4.5 x 4.5"
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