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A Pls it's in stock in our chinese warehouse .
58 inches, to be exact.
By Genny on March 11, 2018
yes, it will be able to support a heavier camera than the one i currently use --canon eos-20d
By EDWARD DOUGLAS on March 21, 2018
Im sure you can buy one extra from a 3rd party company but I dont know for sure
By Scott on February 28, 2018
It can't support much of anything. The legs broke within 6 months, rendering it useless. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT!
By Mikey says on February 8, 2018
yes its very usefull
By Guillermo Urbina on January 17, 2018
Truly, I don't know. I would probably buy extra one made by the same company. But I don't know what other quick release plates would fit in there.
By Mariana Gorrin on January 19, 2018
Yes and you can adjust how much movement the base will have by turning a thumbnut located at the bottom. You can tighten it so that it's completely rigid or unscrew it to gain a good range of movement. The legs are a bit useless though if your setup is on the heavier side; anything over two or three pounds probably.
By Djentlemandj on December 22, 2017
There is a plastic ring at the bottom of the monopod that you need to tighten. The monopod will stand if it is not extended all the way up and the camera is not too heavy.
By Awag on December 19, 2017
When it extend, the Max Height is 58inches(148cm).
By Chiemi Hori on December 12, 2017
its a nice monopod and works well for me. not sure about 90 degrees tilting but pans well and tilts
By Omole Oluwatosin on November 16, 2017
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