Sirui P-326 Carbon Fiber Monopod

Sirui P-326 Carbon Fiber Monopod

Sirui P-326 Carbon Fiber Monopod

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Product Highlights

  • Load Capacity: 22 lb
  • Max Height: 61.4"
  • Closed Length: 15.6"
  • Sections: 6
  • Weight: 0.9 lb
  • Twist-Lock Leg Sections
  • Reversible 1/4"-20 & 3/8"-16 Screw
  • Retractable Spiked Foot
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The Sirui P-326 Carbon Fiber Monopod is an extremely lightweight camera support that's ideal for mobile operation with a DSLR, point & shoot camera, or a compact camcorder. For some situations, such as tourist locations where tripod use is prohibited, a monopod is the perfect way to fly under the radar but still ensure steady shots.

Composed of 8x carbon fiber, the six-section P-326 weighs just 0.9 lb and folds down to 15.6", so the monopod is an ideal travel companion – compact, very lightweight, and ready to be set up quickly & easily. Extremely sturdy, the monopod supports loads up to 22 lb. Via twist locks, its five leg stages extend to a generous working height of 61.4", for comfortable eye-level operation for most users.

Reversible 1/4"-20 & 3/8"-16 screw on mounting plate enables the attachment of virtually any camera, camcorder, or head
Durable silicone twist locks enable fast leg-stage extension and prevent inadvertent collapse
Foam grip for comfortable, secure operation and mitigation of extremely cold temperatures
Wrist strap for security in case the operator's grip slips
In the Box
Sirui P-326 Carbon Fiber Monopod
  • Wrist Strap
  • Belt Hook
  • Compass
  • Tools
  • Limited 6-Year Warranty
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    Sirui P-326 Specs

    Monopod Head
    Camera Mounting Screw 1/4"-20 Male, 3/8"-16 Male
    Leg Lock Type Twist Lock
    Leg Sections 6
    Leg Diameter 1.26" / 32 mm (Maximum)
    Monopod Foot Features Retractable, Spiked
    Load Capacity 22 lb / 10 kg
    Maximum Working Height 61.4" / 156 cm
    Folded Length 15.6" / 39.5 cm
    Materials Carbon Fiber
    Weight 0.9 lb / 0.4 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.23 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 16.8 x 3.1 x 3.0"

    Sirui P-326 Reviews

    P-326 Carbon Fiber Monopod is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 223.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Surprisingly good Seems to be outstanding build quality. Very lightweight, and small enough to not only be carried easily, but in a pinch, where even monopods aren't allowed, we were able to use it fully collapsed as a body stabilized pod. (Just place the foot of the tripod on your waist, right above, just above your belt buckle, and shoot. I had never heard of Sirui until the salesman at B&H recommended it, but I am very pleased with this purchase. I have not had the opportunity to use the retracting spike on the foot yet, but the next time I'm shooting on ice, I'm sure I'll be glad I have it. Extending and retracting the spike is very smooth.
    Date published: 2014-03-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for travel I got this monopod for travel situations where we are part of a tour group. It's hard to use a tripod under these circumstances, but the monopod works quite well. It does not give the rock solid stability of a good tripod, but it does give much better stability than I could provide without it. This monopod collapses into a very short item that is easy to pack and extends high enough for me to look through the viewfinder while barely bending forward. I use a ball head on it for the camera with a quick release plate so setup and teardown are both quick. The legs extend and retract easily and smoothly and the monopod is very lightweight, even with my ball head on it. Cons: none
    Date published: 2013-07-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Monopod. Fantastic monopod. I use this regularly to boom my camera in the air for aerial group photos, a higher perspective for landscape/architectural photos, etc. I trigger it from a remote release, and it works extremely well. I was looking for the most lightweight and smallest collapsable size I could find in a monopod that could support a 5D Mark III even at 45 degree angles. This monopod is exactly that. I actually put it in my ThinkTank modular belt (fits fairly well in the LC75 pop down) so when I'm looking to be hands free and without the hindrance of a backpack getting in the way, this fits the bill. I highly recommend it.
    Date published: 2017-10-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid alternative to GITZO. The main reasons for choosing Siruj P-326 was its weight, size, and quality. All reviews were positive, and the only one competitor matching Siruj's size and weight and supports a similar load was Gitzo GM2562T that is three times more expensive. I like Sirui P-326. It is very light, feels strong, and very well made. All locks are tight and are easy to operate by just a half turn. I always extend each section completely and then pull it back half inch. It makes monopod very rigid. The only minor complain is a wrist strap that is too small and thin.
    Date published: 2016-01-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Light and strong a great combo I have two Manfrotto monopods both in aluminum but wanted a light weight one for travel. I have the Sirui N-1204 carbon fiber tripod with one of the legs that unscrews to make a monopod but don't like doing that. I ordered the P326 six section and ordered the Sirui G-10 head to go with it. This makes for a very light but very strong combination that holds my D-7100 and D-800 like a rock even with some of my longer heavy glass. Connected hand strap and carabineer make attaching the monopod to my back pack a breeze or even attaching it to a belt loop works as well. Packs great in a suit case for easy travel. Definitely recommend this addition to your photo package.
    Date published: 2013-07-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sirui P-326 vs Induro CM25 First I bought Really Right Stuff's monopod which while premium quality was overkill for my needs and too big to be easily packable and concealable. The Sirui and Induro CM25 looked like the next best thing so I bought both to decide. When they arrived I did some basic testing. Out of the box the Sirui was a couple of inches shorter and more compact than the Induro, yet fully extended it was about 3 inches taller. This was obvious from the specs but I'm skeptical and had to see for myself :) I was specifically looking for a monopod that I could throw in luggage or even a small backpack, or one that I could carry around at my kids school without looking like I'm carrying a baseball bat. These two are just the right size, the Sirui even better, to be carried discreetly. They both weigh about the same and the carbon fiber seems of similar quality, 6-8 ply I think. Fully extended with my 5D MkIII and a 70 - 300 L on was obviously no problem for either of these. I felt like adding another 5-10 pounds would be welcomed. I pushed a lot of physical pressure on them and neither budged, both feeling equally sturdy. The leg locks on the Induro felt good, I like them a bit better than the Sirui, which are like RRS but smaller. The Induro grips were too big for my liking though, and the 4 of them took up a lot more space than the 5 locking grips on the Sirui. Sirui's grips felt good and worked, and even though it has 6 sections compared to Induro's 5, it staggered the sizing well - it seemed to me that the thinnest section was no thinner than Induro's, and the widest section may have had more diameter. In the end I packed up the Induro and mailed it back. All else practically equal, the Sirui wins being 2 full inches smaller when compact, and almost 3 full inches taller when extended! That put my camera, on an RRS monopod head, above my eye level a good distance for getting birds, planes, or other UFOs. It also felt a tad lighter. Oh, and another plus - the Sirui has a fatter foot that hides a ground spike, which smoothly extends with an easy twist. Overall the Sirui felt well-designed and engineered, solid, and was more compact with better features.
    Date published: 2012-06-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid, Lightweight alternative This is a lightweight, solid, well constructed alternative to the more expensive Gitzo's. The twist locks operate smooth and provide a snug lock. The 22lb load capacity is more then enough to support a gripped 600D and Sigma 150-500 with no flex or creep fully extended. The carabiner with compass is a nice touch and it's light enough that this handy clip allows you to easily hang from your belt loop or bag while not in use. The top plate flips to provide either a 1/4 or 3/8 screw to accommodate a myriad of heads. My only gripe, and it's a very small one is the hard rubber foot doesn't quite extend far enough past the metal spike. When using on paved or concrete surfaces you can still feel it pivot on the spike point when completely vertical.
    Date published: 2012-02-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Siriu-ously good I love these folks products. (I also recently purchased the T-2205X tripod.) The design, packaging, quality, features, etc. The weight-to-size ratio is excellent. At 15.25 inches contracted this little beauty will go into just about any photo bag, carry-on or backpack. The padded section of the upper column will be much appreciated once the snow starts flying here in Colorado. The removable hand strap includes a carabiner and a compass. Note that the compass isn't accurate when you have a camera mounted on the monopod, but this may depend the camera. This monopod was purchased to use specifically with a Panasonic FZ-1000 which mounts with great balance and security. A full-frame Nikon body with 17-35 mm lens feels pretty good as well.
    Date published: 2015-09-17
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    I am thinking of buying this monopod and I was ...

    I am thinking of buying this monopod and I was wondering if I can use it with the Manfrotto 234RC Tilt head or if it would be better to buy the Sirui L-10. Also, what I be able to use the Sirui TY-C10 Quick Release Plate with the Manfrotto tilt head? Or would the Manfrotto Element monopod be a better choice? I am (Obviously) not a professional but I would like to use this for home and travel with a D750 (no huge lenses).
    Asked by: Suzanne
    Either should fit the P-326 however right now there is a rebate when you spend over $100 or more on Sirui products.
    Answered by: Sirui
    Date published: 2018-11-19


    can it be adjusted with any 3-leg stand
    Asked by: Anonymous
    Unfortunately, the Sirui P-326 cannot be used with three leg stands.
    Answered by: Heather S.
    Date published: 2018-08-28


    Can I use this to attach a Nikon SB910 Speed light to and use as a light stick?
    Asked by: Stacey D.
    Answered by: Radu G.
    Date published: 2018-08-28


    Can anyone measure the diameter of the smallest leg section ? Thanks
    Asked by: Andrey Z.
    The lowest leg section (smallest diameter) is 5/8 .
    Answered by: Richard B.
    Date published: 2018-08-28


    Is it normal for this monopod to exhibit quite a bit of flex at full extension? Even when each joint is stepped down an inch or so, will it still exhibit some flex being a monopod? Or should it feel very stiff and stout?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    This is rock steady fully extended and any position in between in vertical position meaning straight up and down. it is very high quality and well designed. If I lost mine or was stolen I would buy it again.AAA+++
    Answered by: Kapriel A.
    Date published: 2018-08-28


    Is this legal in carry-on luggage?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    It is not an item that is listed specifically as being prohibited on any airlines that we know of, however before traveling if you are concerned you are advised to contact the airline you are traveling on and the airports you are traveling through to see what the local rules and practices may dictate.
    Answered by: Yos O.
    Date published: 2018-08-28


    Will this work with a RRS BH-55 Ball Head?
    Asked by: Dawn H.
    The Sirui is a very light weight monopod, it would be better paired with a Sirui head, or maybe an oben BE-117 The RRS BH-55 weighs over a pound, and looks more suited for a full size tripod. I use the oben with no problem with a D750/with hand grip, and will be using it with a SIrui T-2205X travel tripod.
    Answered by: Leo G.
    Date published: 2018-08-28


    Is this monopod's spiked foot removable, in a similar manor to the Giottos?I want to add a set of legs to it, and the monopod would require a 3/8 threaded female opening once the spike is removed.
    Asked by: Anonymous
    I don't think that the spiked foot is removable. At least I can't figure out how to remove it.
    Answered by: Caroline G.
    Date published: 2018-08-28
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