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Tripods and Monopods for Canon

Take your photography or birdwatching to the next level with compatible tripods and monopods for Canon cameras, binoculars, telescopes, camcorders and spotting scopes from established brands such as Manfrotto, Weifeng, Velbon and Joby. Not only do tripods and monopods maintain a steady frame for professional, shake-free images, they free up your hands for more fiddling or a well-deserved rest. Canon-compatible models ensure a proper fit and may be kinder on your pocket compared to those from the OEM.

Tripod and Monopod Head Type

Rely on the large and heavy gimbal head to track fast-moving wildlife or sportspeople with ease, though it does require time to set up. For precise vertical, horizontal or panning movement, such as with panoramas, consider the pan-and-tilt heads, which are bulky and difficult to carry. Though ball heads offer less stability, they are also more compact and simper to use than all others.

Maximum Load Capacity

Take note of the head's maximum load capacity to know how much of your equipment's weight the head can accommodate for proper balance. If your equipment weight exceeds that of the head's maximum load capacity, then your tripod or monopod may topple, causing damage to expensive equipment.

Tripod and Monopod Features

Trot the globe with a travel-friendly Canon-compatible tripod or monopod that folds into a compact form for easy storage, while those with a quick-release system save time with fast camera or lens changes during shoots. For panoramic panning, opt for Canon-compatible tripods and monopods with 360-degree rotation that provide full field view. Mull over rubber feet for vibration-free indoor shoots, while spiked feet hold their place outdoors.

Tripod and Monopod Body Material

The type of monopod or tripod body material used determines its stability and durability. High-quality carbon fibre is costly and scratches easily, but its lightweight form makes a difference to the total weight you carry. While aluminium is easier on the pocket, and offers a durable base, it's a hassle to tote.

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