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    Question How do you carry your monopod?


    When you are not using your monopod, how do you carry your one-legged stand with you?

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    hmm....if u are using large bag like Crumpler Seedy 3...

    i think it is big enough for u to stufff the whole monopod inside

    since i am using a should bag, may be i will put it on the top of the bag horizontally, and then use the cover to make sure that it will not fall

    but then i dun have a monopod yet so i canot try
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    Just get a clip and the hook it to the bag.. then cilp the monopod's strap! use velcro to secure the other end....

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    Originally posted by Bluestrike
    Just get a clip and the hook it to the bag.. then cilp the monopod's strap! use velcro to secure the other end....
    hmm...that's for backpack type of bags?
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    Originally posted by Wai


    hmm...that's for backpack type of bags?
    Use your brain ! use your brain!!!!

    *Sound familiar?*

    Anyway, with a slight change, you can use it for shoulder bag too. For my Reporter 300, I clip it on one side, near the bucket is, then use another smaller clip to secure the other end.....

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    Descriptive, but still can't picture it, maybe because I did not own the bags mentioned. Maybe if someone is free, can post a pic on how it is done?

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    clip it to your belt/hip
    sling it like a sword

    leave it attached on our camera, and camera above waist level; kinda impressing your manhood

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    For me it depends. When I'm alone and it's a not so good location its carried in my hand incase its needed as a thumping stick.

    Otherwise it gets strapped on either the backpack or shoulderbag.
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