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Manfrotto Fluid Monopod with 500 Series Head

Aluminum
4 Sections
3 Mini Legs at Base for Stability
Maximum Height: 6.6'
Closed Length 30.3"
Weighs 4.6 lbs
Supports up to 11 lbs

  • Daily Rate: $35
  • Weekly Rate: $105
  • Monthly Rate: $350

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Manfrotto 695CX with Manfrotto 701 Fluid Head

Carbon Fibre
5 Sections
Maximum Height: 63.19"
Folded Length: 18.7
Supports 11 lb
Weighs 1.32 lb

  • Daily Rate: $30
  • Weekly Rate: $90
  • Monthly Rate: $300

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Manfrotto 685B with Manfrotto Fluid Head

Aluminum
3 Sections
Maximum Height: 63.9"
Folded Length: 29.3
Supports 17.6 lb
Weighs: 2.4 lb

  • Daily Rate: $25
  • Weekly Rate: $75
  • Monthly Rate: $250

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Manfrotto 680B with Manfrotto Fluid Head

Aluminum Construction
4 Sections
Maximum Height: 60.63"
Closed Length: 20"
Supports 22 lb
Weight: 1.83 lb

  • Daily Rate: $20
  • Weekly Rate: $60
  • Monthly Rate: $200

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