« on: July 13, 2012, 03:12:57 PM »
2000 eur 2 years ago, and will never regret it. I still kept the 135 mm f/2 though. Bokeh, sharpness of both is outstanding.
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Proud owner of 400 mm of prime glassMost monopods from the high quality manufacturers will cope with a large white. Gitzo tend to be very expensive and their tripods look the part, but I don't think their monopods can command the same superiority, because there are a few decent ones around. I've started steering away form Manfrotto tripods, but their 680B or (681B?) will cope and appears to be better made than their tripods. Also have a look at Giottos, as their tripods are better build quality than Manrotto, so I would expect their monopods to be at teh same level, although I haven't looked at them closely, the Giottos MTL 8261B tripod I have more than copes with my 300 f/2.8 and was much more reasonable than the Gitzo equivalent.
Can anyone suggest a suitably sturdy monopod.. no way anyone can hand hold such a beast and get half decent shots!