This compact one-legged stand supports your digital camera or camcorder and helps steady your shots. The Manfrotto Modo Mono 790B acts as a buffer between you and your camera, so slight hand movements are less likely to cause blurred images. Attach your camera to the top platform of the monopod, and extend it from just over a foot to almost five feet, depending on your desired shooting angle. You can simply hold the monopod, or use the ground for leverage. With your camera securely in place, you can capture sharp photos of friends or clear footage of the sun going down.

Product Highlights:

  • supports digital cameras and camcorders weighing up to 2.2 lbs.
  • minimum height: 15-5/16"
  • maximum height: 57-5/16"
  • weight: 10.2 oz.
  • warranty: 2 years (5 years with registration)
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee

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Good product

Written By Anonymous, Arizona on Wednesday, January 21, 2009

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The brand name say for itself on quality. This mono pod is shortest one you can get. I also have a longer model which is 676B, about 5 inches longer. I travel alot, I need a small one, this 790B is the one to have.

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  • 5-section Monopod with attached hand-strap
  • General Instructions/Warnings (English/French/Spanish)

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Overview: The monopod should be an important part of every photographer's support equipment. Besides the tripod, the monopod is the best way to hold a camera in situations where space is limited, the quantity and weight of the equipment carried on location needs to be kept to a minimum, or set-up speed is needed. Correctly handled, the monopod supplies all the camera support you are likely to need even for long lenses.

Attaching Camera: Your camera's bottom-mount treaded insert simply attaches directly to the Manfrotto monopod's top platform via a treaded post.

Construction: The Manfrotto monopod is constructed of durable, yet lightweight aluminum, weighing only 0.64 lbs. The lightweight aluminum monopod will support up to 2.20 lbs.

5 Leg Sections: The Manfrotto monopod consists of 5 leg sections which can independently be extended and locked into place using the four integrated plastic clamps. When fully collapsed the monopod measures 15.375" tall. When full extended the monopod measures 57.75" tall. The monopod's top leg extension extends the monopod by 9.375". The monopod's middle leg extensions extends the monopod by 10.25" and 11". And the monopod's bottom leg extension extends the monopod by 11.75". 

Rubber Handle and Hand-Strap: In addition to the Manfrotto monopod's sure-grip rubber handle the monopod features an adjustable nylon hand-strap.

Warranty: The Manfrotto monopod comes with a 2 Year Limited Warranty right out of the box. You can receive an additional 3 Year Limited Warranty by registering the Manfrotto monopod online or by mail, giving you a 5 Year Limited Warranty on the monopod.

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