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Monopods

Monopods
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    When Should You Use a Monopod?

    Monopods, like other camera supports, have their pros and cons. This particular device is usually fairly lightweight and easy to carry around. It doesn't necessarily offer the same level of support as a tripod, which can create an issue for some users. Despite its perceived pros and cons, there are some situations that warrant the use of a monopod over another support system.

    Sports photography often requires a combination of freedom of movement and stability. A monopod gives better freedom of movement than a tripod, and it adds more stability to a long lens camera than a handheld option. Thanks to its easy setup, the monopod is a clear choice for sports photography.

    Macro photography, the production of larger-than-life images of small items, may also benefit from the use of a monopod. Insects, small animals, vegetation and other small items are often the focus of this photography. If you have to follow an insect into dense vegetation, it may be hard to set up a tripod. This single leg of a monopod is easier to place and move as you chase your subject.

    You should consider using a monopod when a tripod is too cumbersome but you still need a little extra support for your camera. Your use of this camera support will depend on the images you want to capture and your preferred style.

    The Rental

    If you have never used this type of equipment, you may want to consider monopod rentals before you buy. Renting equipment gives you a chance to try before you buy allowing you to only invest in gear you will use. BorrowLenses offers a lot more than monopods, which means there is a lot of gear you can try out. You can find other camera supports and accessories to ensure you have everything you need to complete your project on your budget.