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    Default Steinzeiser Monopod / Tripod

    Anyone here using Steinzeiser monopod / tripod. Saw East Gear selling at COMEX. Looks very solid, but a bit heavy. Very attactive price considering it comes with ballhead. Anyone used the tripod with pan head (pistol grip) ?

    Would like hear some feedback from current users.

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    Default Re: Steinzeiser Monopod / Tripod

    I have a Steinzeiser monopod. A bit flimsy but light and stable enough. I use it with my Sigma 70-200/D70 and it have given me satisfactory results. I got mine for around 30$

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    S$30 Bought from CS

    Quote Originally Posted by rahul
    I have a Steinzeiser monopod. A bit flimsy but light and stable enough. I use it with my Sigma 70-200/D70 and it have given me satisfactory results. I got mine for around 30$

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    Default Re: Steinzeiser Monopod / Tripod

    Quote Originally Posted by Caussway
    S$30 Bought from CS
    No, bought it from some consumer electronic expo at Suntek in April.
    Price could have been 35$ but not more.And it doesnt have a ball head. Only the normal tilt/shift.

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    u mean $35 with a ball head? EG webby doesnt have the images lehz ...

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    EG offered me S$50 without the free bag at COMEX. Guess it's a 4 section monopod.
    Looks preety solid and heavy. Thinking of getting one soon.

    Quote Originally Posted by West_ray
    u mean $35 with a ball head? EG webby doesnt have the images lehz ...

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    For that price, I feel that the giottos and the manfrotto monpods are much sturdier and more well built

    juz my 2cents worth of comments.

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