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  • 1. Manfrotto 680b Videographers that shoot weddings, indoor events, in which large crowds accumulate, and sports events have used monopods for decades since they let them have the needed assistance and yet enable them to keep their mobility. From the lengthy range or monopods, which the professional videographers use, the actual Manfrotto monopod is just about the most popular and appreciated. This excellent piece of equipment comes with fast release metal plate, which can simply support large video cameras as well as SLR cameras with long contacts. The body is constructed of aluminum for minimal weight and maximum power, and the plastic material leg release locks are tough enough to keep the monopod at the chosen position. The maximum working height of the Manfrotto 561B is 200cm, which is more than any previous monopod from this kind of manufacturer, and the particular folded height is merely 76cm, which enables the accessory to be transported and also stored easily. The actual monopod also weighs about only 2kg, supports up to 4kg of equipment, has counterbalance, and also independent tilt locking mechanism. It comes together with three retractable ft, which provide even more stability, and griddle-bar, which tends to make panning and tilting a breeze. In regards to performance, the undeniable fact that the monopod could stand up upon its own, when there is not any camera attached to it, alone makes it an excellent machine. Other qualities how the Manfrotto 680b has and therefore are difficult to miss is the convenience with which it is held and the sturdiness and minimal weight. If you are on the marketplace for solid support accent, then this is a monopod, which will be well worth considering, however, if you are planning to use even more substantial full video cameras or SLRs with heavy telephoto lenses, then the 562B models could be more suitable for your needs. They can handle supporting up to 8kg of weight, fold down to 63cm, and possess maximum working elevation of 193cm.