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    Default I find myself using a monopod more and more.

    here is mine. http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=495664


    Used to bring tripod but with my genre of photography, find that monopod are more flexible.

    Nowadays, i dont bring out my tripod unless seriously need it.
    Last edited by Reportage; 14th June 2010 at 09:35 AM.
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    Default Re: I find myself using a monopod more and more.

    I don't have equipments heavy enough to require a monopod/tripod haha. I normally shoot handheld all the time, unless I'm doing long exposure
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    Default Re: I find myself using a monopod more and more.

    I never had monopod till only very recently after looking at this popular micro stock photographer Yuri Arcurs. I have been using tripod pretty much for all my non-event assignments... monopod is and will never be a replacement but cases where I need to move around a fair bit, the slight hassle of using monopods as opposed to just hand-held, translates to sharper (and getting more hits) pictures - especially cases where you're using slow-enough-to-be-hand-held shutter speed on long lenses. And... no, I won't totally agree that monopods are just for use with heavy gear.

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    Default Re: I find myself using a monopod more and more.

    My monopod is actually under use. Original idea was to use it as a self defence tools.

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    Default Re: I find myself using a monopod more and more.

    Quote Originally Posted by cabbySHE View Post
    My monopod is actually under use. Original idea was to use it as a self defence tools.
    then u must learn some shaolin kungfu first ..haha...

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