• Polaroid 72" Photo / Video Pro Ultra Heavy Duty Monopod For Digital Cameras & Camcorders
  • Polaroid 72" Photo / Video Pro Ultra Heavy Duty Monopod For Digital Cameras & Camcorders
  • Polaroid 72" Photo / Video Pro Ultra Heavy Duty Monopod For Digital Cameras & Camcorders
Polaroid 72" Photo / Video Pro Ultra Heavy Duty Monopod For Digital Cameras & Camcorders
Polaroid 72" Photo / Video Pro Ultra Heavy Duty Monopod For Digital Cameras & Camcorders
Polaroid 72" Photo / Video Pro Ultra Heavy Duty Monopod For Digital Cameras & Camcorders

Polaroid 72" Photo / Video Pro Ultra Heavy Duty Monopod For Digital Cameras & Camcorders

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  • Perfect for situations when you need long exposures yet are short on space
  • High-density, no-sweat foam grip for increased stability
  • Quad-section, solid aluminum leg features stay-set locking mechanism
  • Commercial grade rubber tip with retractable spike
  • Compact and lightweight for take-anywhere convenience, yet it extends to 72"

Customer Reviews

Great value, and tall enough (I'm 6 feet tall, no aching back after 2 baseball games!)This monopod is a GREAT value! I am 6' tall and had a tough time finding a monopod that was tall enough, but not too expensive. This one fits the bill perfectly. While I don't use the spiked foot much, it is a nice feature if the ground/grass is damp. I use this with a "Y" yoke attached (I don't attach a lens or body directly to the monopod) and it works well with long/heavy lenses. It is sturdy enough to use w/o concern, light enough to carry, and priced low enough that I didn't hesitate to buy. The supplied case wasn't that important to me, so I don't use it and have no comment.Overall: Good monopod, GREAT value.5Great price for a good monopod. Purchased mine to steady binoculars for stargazing. Using the adapter that came with my binoculars they work great together. 4 stars due the fact that the monopod is very lightweight. However, it fit my need, works as I expected, just use a bit of caution putting something heavy(expensive)on it, and you'll be fine. For the price, very satisfied. 4great value. Does a great job. Its lightweight, its sturdy, its inexpensive, and its decent quality. It comes with a pouch and has just about all the important features you need. You could argue that a head of some kind is necessary and you can get one for about 25$ but I just attach the camera directly. If I need to adjust the angle (ie no ball head) I just move the monopod . A head would be better but I do that so infrequently that its not an issue. most of the time I can find a fence, tree, furniture, or whatever to use anyway, and only need this for group "snaps" or sport photos where I am running up and down the sideline.for the price its a great value and seems to be a very good monopod. 5A Good Compromise Between a Tripod and FreehandingWorks well with my Nikon D3400. In many situations, a tripod is too cumbersome and time consuming. The monopod is a good compromise.It is light weight and when fully extended is long enough for a photographer who is seven feet tall (I am 6'3" and it is a fair amount longer than I need). It is much easier to work with than a tripod and it is very adequate for stabilizing the camera - even when using my largest telephoto lens (300 mm).5Overall decentLike another reviewer, I teamed this with a plastic/rubber "V" gun mount for photographic use. I was hoping for a home run with it being strong/solid enough for a walking staff/trekking "pole" too, but unfortunately the locks aren't strong enough when you lean much weight on it. They are certainly strong enough for any photographic equipment I can think of, so I can hardly hold this against the product. The "V" mount makes a decent "handle"/grip for modest descents, stream crossings, etc. Just wish there was a way to tighten the locks for more stability. For the price, however, a very solid product. Would certainly be decent for a gun mount/monopod as well.4Using for trilaterationI bought a laser tape measure unit and found I could not hold it steady enough for surveying my property using trilateration. Needed something to keep it more steady. I didn't want to drag a tripod around the woods, so I tried the monopod. For a light aluminum tool, it is well built and feels relatively sturdy. The adjustment tabs keep the telescoping sections in place very nicely. It won't stand up to any abuse, but for helping steady a camera or other item it works very well.5Plenty Stout and TallThis monopod appears more than adequate for my need of supporting a compact DSLR and a long lens.The tubular aluminum is thick-walled and provides plenty of strength. Even fully extended, there is very little lateral flex. Latches open and close smoothly and keep each portion at the chosen length. Overall height is more than adequate, too, with plenty of length.This is certainly not the lightest monopod available, by any means, but I don't think it can be beaten for strength, stiffness, and length--more than adequate in all those categories. I am confident it will give many years of service. If I find I have need for a lighter-weight monopod, I'll probably look for another one, but I anticipate this pod will work fine for those instances where it will not be carried for long distances.5This monopod is awesome!!!I have been wanting one of these monopods for a longtime. I have an older Nikon digital camera which is sensitive to any movement. I have been tired of fuzzy pictures happening because the camera needs to be stabilized. This monopod will take care of that completely. I like the fact that the foot retracts to an ice spike this is a really neat feature. The shoulder strap nylon carry bag is a nice addition too. Also, this monopod when fully extended is really tall and it doesn't feel flimsy or weak. Overall I am really happy with this purchase and am looking forward to warmer weather so that I can start using it. Of course Amazon delivered this item quickly and very well packed.5However consider that a tripod is very useful when you have time to set up a shotThis is not a replacement for a tripod. However consider that a tripod is very useful when you have time to set up a shot, ready your remote shutter release, set your locked mirror --- all to prevent vibration or camera movement. These techniques are wonderful indeed, and work very well. But, if you are taking pictures of wildlife, or that special sunset (or sunrise) it is highly unlikely you will have the time to set up a shot. Enter the monopod. I really researched several different devices and this has worked very well for me.I'll just illustrate this with 2 pictures made possible with this "stick."It's sturdy and the only adjustment you have to think about is height.5Very Nice for Stable VideoI used this with my Panasonic GH2 and a fairly heavy 14-140mm lens to get some great video of a parade and event. It was my first time using a monopod and I honestly think I'm going to be replacing my tripod with a monopod for 80% of my work. I may end up upgrading to one with an adjustable head down the road, but this worked perfectly for the price.It was very sturdy. I was also able to hold the monopod high over my head in a busy crowd at about a 30 degree angle to get some great high angle video. This was during a packed parade and I don't think this would have been feasible with my heavy tripod. I never doubted the sturdiness of the monopod doing this. Would I hold it at an angle that high with a full frame camera, probably not.I need stability in my videos, shakiness is not acceptable, with this monopod I was able to have some slight, smooth movement that actually looked pleasing. I'll probably never take a tripod backpacking or on vacation again after using this, it's much more practical.5NOT "Pro" by a long shotThis is NOT a "Pro Ultra Heavy Duty" monopod unless a normal monopod is an extra long toilette paper tube. It will work fine for a small, lightweight pocket sized cameras assuming you're fairly careful. If you put a DSLR camera on it, the plastic connecting disc will break after a few uses if you spend any time at all in a horizontal position. A "pro" DSLR camera of larger size will break the minute the camera is not in an upright position, especially if it has a flash attached to the top. Mine broke after using it twice with only a flash and soft box weighing a total of 2.5 lbs. The average "pro" camera and lens can easily weigh 5 lbs or more. There is nothing "heavy duty" about this product. Unfortunately, this monopod does not live up to its name.1TALL! Strong! Fast! Easy! Flexible! Versatile! Trusted Name!I bought this for two reasons: One, I am tall and this monopod really goes to six full feet, as tall as me, so my camera can always be at my eye level, no stooping. Two, I trust the Polaroid name. They say it's for digital cameras but I am certain it would handle almost any weight of camera, plus I have leaned pretty hard on it as a walking aid and there is no sign of bending (but I don't abuse it either). I am totally thrilled with my Polaroid monopod, especially since I combined it with a shooter's V-bracket instead of any sort of ball or pan head. (See product link)Any monopod gains you sharpness at longer shutter speeds, especially anything slower than the lens's actual focal length. Using a V-bracket allows me to switch instantly from a horizontal (landscape) to a vertical (portrait) frame while keeping the lens and center of mass of the camera directly over the monopod.5
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Description
  • Perfect for situations when you need long exposures yet are short on space
  • High-density, no-sweat foam grip for increased stability
  • Quad-section, solid aluminum leg features stay-set locking mechanism
  • Commercial grade rubber tip with retractable spike
  • Compact and lightweight for take-anywhere convenience, yet it extends to 72"
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Great value, and tall enough (I'm 6 feet tall, no aching back after 2 baseball games!)This monopod is a GREAT value! I am 6' tall and had a tough time finding a monopod that was tall enough, but not too expensive. This one fits the bill perfectly. While I don't use the spiked foot much, it is a nice feature if the ground/grass is damp. I use this with a "Y" yoke attached (I don't attach a lens or body directly to the monopod) and it works well with long/heavy lenses. It is sturdy enough to use w/o concern, light enough to carry, and priced low enough that I didn't hesitate to buy. The supplied case wasn't that important to me, so I don't use it and have no comment.Overall: Good monopod, GREAT value.5Great price for a good monopod. Purchased mine to steady binoculars for stargazing. Using the adapter that came with my binoculars they work great together. 4 stars due the fact that the monopod is very lightweight. However, it fit my need, works as I expected, just use a bit of caution putting something heavy(expensive)on it, and you'll be fine. For the price, very satisfied. 4great value. Does a great job. Its lightweight, its sturdy, its inexpensive, and its decent quality. It comes with a pouch and has just about all the important features you need. You could argue that a head of some kind is necessary and you can get one for about 25$ but I just attach the camera directly. If I need to adjust the angle (ie no ball head) I just move the monopod . A head would be better but I do that so infrequently that its not an issue. most of the time I can find a fence, tree, furniture, or whatever to use anyway, and only need this for group "snaps" or sport photos where I am running up and down the sideline.for the price its a great value and seems to be a very good monopod. 5A Good Compromise Between a Tripod and FreehandingWorks well with my Nikon D3400. In many situations, a tripod is too cumbersome and time consuming. The monopod is a good compromise.It is light weight and when fully extended is long enough for a photographer who is seven feet tall (I am 6'3" and it is a fair amount longer than I need). It is much easier to work with than a tripod and it is very adequate for stabilizing the camera - even when using my largest telephoto lens (300 mm).5Overall decentLike another reviewer, I teamed this with a plastic/rubber "V" gun mount for photographic use. I was hoping for a home run with it being strong/solid enough for a walking staff/trekking "pole" too, but unfortunately the locks aren't strong enough when you lean much weight on it. They are certainly strong enough for any photographic equipment I can think of, so I can hardly hold this against the product. The "V" mount makes a decent "handle"/grip for modest descents, stream crossings, etc. Just wish there was a way to tighten the locks for more stability. For the price, however, a very solid product. Would certainly be decent for a gun mount/monopod as well.4Using for trilaterationI bought a laser tape measure unit and found I could not hold it steady enough for surveying my property using trilateration. Needed something to keep it more steady. I didn't want to drag a tripod around the woods, so I tried the monopod. For a light aluminum tool, it is well built and feels relatively sturdy. The adjustment tabs keep the telescoping sections in place very nicely. It won't stand up to any abuse, but for helping steady a camera or other item it works very well.5Plenty Stout and TallThis monopod appears more than adequate for my need of supporting a compact DSLR and a long lens.The tubular aluminum is thick-walled and provides plenty of strength. Even fully extended, there is very little lateral flex. Latches open and close smoothly and keep each portion at the chosen length. Overall height is more than adequate, too, with plenty of length.This is certainly not the lightest monopod available, by any means, but I don't think it can be beaten for strength, stiffness, and length--more than adequate in all those categories. I am confident it will give many years of service. If I find I have need for a lighter-weight monopod, I'll probably look for another one, but I anticipate this pod will work fine for those instances where it will not be carried for long distances.5This monopod is awesome!!!I have been wanting one of these monopods for a longtime. I have an older Nikon digital camera which is sensitive to any movement. I have been tired of fuzzy pictures happening because the camera needs to be stabilized. This monopod will take care of that completely. I like the fact that the foot retracts to an ice spike this is a really neat feature. The shoulder strap nylon carry bag is a nice addition too. Also, this monopod when fully extended is really tall and it doesn't feel flimsy or weak. Overall I am really happy with this purchase and am looking forward to warmer weather so that I can start using it. Of course Amazon delivered this item quickly and very well packed.5However consider that a tripod is very useful when you have time to set up a shotThis is not a replacement for a tripod. However consider that a tripod is very useful when you have time to set up a shot, ready your remote shutter release, set your locked mirror --- all to prevent vibration or camera movement. These techniques are wonderful indeed, and work very well. But, if you are taking pictures of wildlife, or that special sunset (or sunrise) it is highly unlikely you will have the time to set up a shot. Enter the monopod. I really researched several different devices and this has worked very well for me.I'll just illustrate this with 2 pictures made possible with this "stick."It's sturdy and the only adjustment you have to think about is height.5Very Nice for Stable VideoI used this with my Panasonic GH2 and a fairly heavy 14-140mm lens to get some great video of a parade and event. It was my first time using a monopod and I honestly think I'm going to be replacing my tripod with a monopod for 80% of my work. I may end up upgrading to one with an adjustable head down the road, but this worked perfectly for the price.It was very sturdy. I was also able to hold the monopod high over my head in a busy crowd at about a 30 degree angle to get some great high angle video. This was during a packed parade and I don't think this would have been feasible with my heavy tripod. I never doubted the sturdiness of the monopod doing this. Would I hold it at an angle that high with a full frame camera, probably not.I need stability in my videos, shakiness is not acceptable, with this monopod I was able to have some slight, smooth movement that actually looked pleasing. I'll probably never take a tripod backpacking or on vacation again after using this, it's much more practical.5NOT "Pro" by a long shotThis is NOT a "Pro Ultra Heavy Duty" monopod unless a normal monopod is an extra long toilette paper tube. It will work fine for a small, lightweight pocket sized cameras assuming you're fairly careful. If you put a DSLR camera on it, the plastic connecting disc will break after a few uses if you spend any time at all in a horizontal position. A "pro" DSLR camera of larger size will break the minute the camera is not in an upright position, especially if it has a flash attached to the top. Mine broke after using it twice with only a flash and soft box weighing a total of 2.5 lbs. The average "pro" camera and lens can easily weigh 5 lbs or more. There is nothing "heavy duty" about this product. Unfortunately, this monopod does not live up to its name.1TALL! Strong! Fast! Easy! Flexible! Versatile! Trusted Name!I bought this for two reasons: One, I am tall and this monopod really goes to six full feet, as tall as me, so my camera can always be at my eye level, no stooping. Two, I trust the Polaroid name. They say it's for digital cameras but I am certain it would handle almost any weight of camera, plus I have leaned pretty hard on it as a walking aid and there is no sign of bending (but I don't abuse it either). I am totally thrilled with my Polaroid monopod, especially since I combined it with a shooter's V-bracket instead of any sort of ball or pan head. (See product link)Any monopod gains you sharpness at longer shutter speeds, especially anything slower than the lens's actual focal length. Using a V-bracket allows me to switch instantly from a horizontal (landscape) to a vertical (portrait) frame while keeping the lens and center of mass of the camera directly over the monopod.5
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
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