Benro MP-63M8 Monopod

Benro MP-63M8 Monopod is a Mg-Aluminium M8 Monopod to supports 17.6 lbs with Quick Release, 4-Leg Sections and Magnesium Die-Casting. The tripod features Improved dust and rubber-resistant leg lock design prevents dust or moisture from entering the interior of the leg twist-locks with Foam grip on top leg section improves handling in extreme weather conditions include Rubber leg tip provides a secure grip, both indoors and outdoors. The Benro MP-63M8 Monopod has maximum height of 57, minimum height 18, Load Capacity 17.6, and weighs 0.33 kg.

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Overall Rating: ★★★★☆ | Latest Price Info


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Benro MP-63M8 Monopod User Reviews

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“It has 4-leg sections. The 4th one is fairly thin. I don’t know if it will support 17.6LB as mentioned. I have mounted my D90 with a 70-300mm on it without any problem. It is fairly well built. I have attached some photos which will give a better idea about the product.” – By Bijoy
Rating: ★★★★☆

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Features & Specifications

Benro MP-63M8 Monopod Features & Specifications

The legs of Benro Mg-Aluminium M8 MP-63m8 Monopod use improved 1.2mm thick aluminum tubing and are integrated into a design which maximizes their strength. Magnesium is used to complete the tripod for a result that’s 20% lighter you’ll appreciate it when working in the field.

Features:
• Improved dust- and rubber-resistant leg lock design prevents dust or moisture from entering the interior of the twist-locks.
• Foam grip on top leg section improves handling in extreme weather conditions.
• Magnesium Die-Casting
• A handy hand strap is incorporated into the monopod.
• Rubber leg tip provides a secure grip, both indoors and outdoors.


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