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3 Legged Thing Alan 2.0 Carbon Fiber Monopod (Metallic Slate Gray)

BH #3LALAN20 • MFR #ALAN2.0
3 Legged Thing
3 Legged Thing Alan 2.0 Carbon Fiber Monopod (Metallic Slate Gray)
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 132.2 lb
  • Maximum Height: 58.2"
  • Minimum Height: 17.3"
  • Folded Length: 17.3"
The Alan 2.0 Carbon Fiber Monopod from 3-Legged Thing is built for versatility and resilience and has been designed with a number of enhancements over its predecessor, including the beautifully contoured Tri-mount plate, new Parallel leg twist lock joints for improved grip, and internal anti-rotation Chicken Lips joint shims for improved rigidity and stability. This five-section support can be used for still photos and videography and has a load capacity of 132.2 lb. It is well suited for wildlife, sports, and action photography and can be used where tripods are not allowed or cannot easily travel. Each of the five sections have a twist-lock that opens with a 1/4 turn and has a maximum height of 58.7". The lightweight carbon fiber monopod weighs just 1.3 lb and collapses to a closed length of 17.7", which fits in most backpacks and carry-on luggage.
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3 Legged Thing Alan 2.0 Overview

The Alan 2.0 Carbon Fiber Monopod from 3-Legged Thing is built for versatility and resilience and has been designed with a number of enhancements over its predecessor, including the beautifully contoured Tri-mount plate, new Parallel leg twist lock joints for improved grip, and internal anti-rotation Chicken Lips joint shims for improved rigidity and stability. This five-section support can be used for still photos and videography and has a load capacity of 132.2 lb. It is well suited for wildlife, sports, and action photography and can be used where tripods are not allowed or cannot easily travel. Each of the five sections have a twist-lock that opens with a 1/4 turn and has a maximum height of 58.7". The lightweight carbon fiber monopod weighs just 1.3 lb and collapses to a closed length of 17.7", which fits in most backpacks and carry-on luggage.

The reversible 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 thread can mount either a head or camera to the top. A large rubber grip with water channels disperses moisture to maintain a firm hold on the monopod. In addition, a 3/8"-16 socket located at the bottom of the monopod allows a microphone or other accessory to attach, for use as a boom pole.

5-section support with a maximum height of 58.2" and a folded length of 17.3"
Parallel leg lock twist locks open with a 1/4 turn
Chicken Lips shims for improved rigidity and stability
Carbon fiber monopod weighs 1.35 lb and has a load capacity of 132.2 lb
Reversible 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 mounting thread for a head, lens, or camera
Contoured Tri-Mount plate with three opens spurs to attach accessories
Can be used as a boom pole with microphones or other accessories
Large rubber grip has water channels to disperse moisture from the grip and maintain a firm hold
Includes Toolz multi-tool

3 Legged Thing Alan 2.0 Specs

Leg
Mounting Screw1/4"-20 Male, 3/8"-16 Male
Leg Lock TypeTwist Lock
Leg Sections5
Leg Diameter1.3" / 32 mm (Maximum)
1.1" / 29 mm
1.0" / 26 mm
0.9" / 23 mm
0.8" / 20 mm (Minimum)
Bubble LevelNo
Monopod Foot FeaturesRemovable, Rubber
General
Load Capacity132.3 lb / 60 kg
Maximum Working Height58.2" / 147.8 cm
Minimum Working Height17.3" / 43.9 cm
Folded Length17.3" / 44 cm
MaterialsAluminum Alloy, Carbon Fiber
Weight1.4 lb / 615 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.83 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)18 x 3.8 x 3.8"
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