Tips for Using a Monopod

February 10th, 2010 by Juan A. Pons

You may have heard me say that I shoot with a tripod 95% of the time. More accurately what I mean to say is that I shoot with some sort of support for my camera 95% of time.

This can be a tripod, a bean bag, or even a monopod. A monopod can be a very very effective as a support for your camera, but often people get frustrated when using a monopod.

In this short video I will give you a few tips on using a monopod effectively. If you'd like to see a selection of monopods and monopod accessories check them out at the OPG Store



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One Response to “Tips for Using a Monopod”

  1. Monopod.. says:

    [...] Re: Monopod.. Here is a link that shows how to use the monopod with a ball head. I find this to be a very stable way of using the monopod with large lens. Tips for Using a Monopod – Outdoor Photo Gear [...]

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