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Sirui P-325FL 5-Section Carbon Fiber Monopod

Updated: May 13, 2023


Gear: Sirui P-325FL 5-Section Carbon Fiber Monopod


Sirui P-325FL 5-Section Carbon Fiber Monopod is a versatile, feature-laden carbon fiber monopod with a load capacity of 22 pounds and a maximum height of 66.9 inches. The monopod extends and folds quickly thanks to the ergonomic flip-lock joints. The head plate incorporates a quick-release collar to easily remove and store a mounted camera or tripod head, and it features a reversible 1/4"-20 to 3/8"-16 mounting stud. The base of the monopod incorporates a tripod foot base for added stability, which features a locking ball joint with a tilt range of up to 36° and rubber-tipped feet for added traction. The quick-release mounting plate can be attached directly to the tripod foot base to form a mini tripod for macro photography or tabletop use.


Category: Camera Gear

Weight: 2.6 lbs

Price Range: $284 - $299

Pros: The SIRUI monopods are lightweight, extremely compact, and ideal to handle. Especially for videographers, the tripods offer a real alternative to the usually larger tripods. Mounting and dismounting is child's play using the special click system. The camera or lens can remain on the mounting plate. The 5 sections are fixed with practical flip locks, ensuring a secure hold. The strong monopod has a Tilting, Folding Tripod Foot Base.

The Tripod Foot Base can be removed and used as a floor or table tripod. The monopod can also be used without the Tripod Foot Base as a trekking pole. A rubber foot with a twist-out metal spike can be removed from the Tripod base and added to the monopod making it ready for any surface. Without the tripod base, it only weighs 1.7 lbs.


Cons: There are very few if any cons for this piece of gear. The only item to mention is not an issue with the gear but a warning not to leave your camera unattended while attached to the monopod/tripod base. The folding tripod foot base is only meant to add stability and not hold your camera safely on its own. The slightest pump or even wind can bring it crashing down.



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