Camlink CMP1 Monopod / Walking / Hitting Stick £9.99 delivered @ Play (+ 5% RAC/UCAS/Varsity & Quidco) - HotUKDeals
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Camlink CMP1 Monopod / Walking / Hitting Stick £9.99 delivered @ Play (+ 5% RAC/UCAS/Varsity & Quidco)

£9.99 @ Play.Com
Seems like a good idea, walking stick, monopod & pointing device combined? Genius, should go well with my Lowepro bag ( http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/351840/lowepro-fastpack-200-photo-backpack/ ) …
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8y, 3w agoFound 8 years, 3 weeks ago
Seems like a good idea, walking stick, monopod & pointing device combined? Genius, should go well with my Lowepro bag ( http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/351840/lowepro-fastpack-200-photo-backpack/ )

Same price delivered at Amazon, but with no quidco/RAC code.

The amazonians seem to like it:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B001GCVF78/ref=cm_cr_dp_all_summary?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1&sortBy=bySubmissionDateDescending

The Camlink CMP1 is an ingenious camera Monopod and walking stick in one.

The CMP1 is very lightweight at around 350g and features 2 collapsible twist-lock leg sections with built in anti-shock system, walking stick style handle, adjustable camera mount with compass attatchment on the standard tripod mount screw , wrist strap and standard and alpine Ferrules (feet thingys).
Perfect for the keen walker, rambler and travelling photographer, the adjustable camera mount can be adjusted for both landscape and portrait orientation, the Camlink CMP1 is a great all in one walking stick and monopod.

Science bit:
3 Section collapsible monopod and walking stick
Camera mount
Anti-Shock System
Compass inset into Handle
(Note: as with all 'embedded' compasses, should be considered decorative).
Standard and Alpine Ferrules
Wrist Strap
Ergonomic Handle
Adjustable Tilt Head

Maximum Operating Height: approx 120cm
Folded Length: 67 cm
Number of Leg Sections: 3
Leg Lock Type: twist Leg Locks with anti-shock mechanism
Weight: 350 grams
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#1
Wilkos had some for £1.99 , im going back to early Jan but they might still have them, not sure if they are the same brand but look similar and have compass in them :thumbsup:
#2
This seems to extend to 120cm only pity it a little short for me Not voted

If you already have a good Monopod, you could try one of these http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_1&products_id=101401 for £2.39

Or this http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_1&products_id=101400 also £2.39
#3
I have just bought one of these, it extends way past 120cm so not sure what that is about...
I bought it because I go to Motorcycle racing around europe and a number of tracks have threatened to confiscate my monoped as it looks like a weapon!
I bought this to take in without any issues.. (I hope!)
Quality looks the same as the hiking sticks you can pick up for around £7 or £8 so the facility of bolting your camera on has to be worth a couple of quid especially if you are a hiker/photographer as it will save you taking another bit of kit in your kit bag...
One last thing... dont buy it for the accuracy of the compass!
#4
mosskeeto
I have just bought one of these, it extends way past 120cm so not sure what that is about...
I bought it because I go to Motorcycle racing around europe and a number of tracks have threatened to confiscate my monoped as it looks like a weapon!
I bought this to take in without any issues.. (I hope!)
Quality looks the same as the hiking sticks you can pick up for around £7 or £8 so the facility of bolting your camera on has to be worth a couple of quid especially if you are a hiker/photographer as it will save you taking another bit of kit in your kit bag...
One last thing... dont buy it for the accuracy of the compass!


Thanks for that on Amazon one reviewer says he’s 6ft tall and doesn’t need to stoop and another says it's short maybe this reviewer is 8ft tall:whistling: Can you tell me what the length is fully extended please:thumbsup:

According to MorrisPhoto it extends to 130cm but according to an e-bay seller it’s 170cm. I thing I’ll just buy one and find out for myself

Heat now added thanks OP:thumbsup:
#5
Geemac
Thanks for that on Amazon one reviewer says he’s 6ft tall and doesn’t need to stoop and another says it's short maybe this reviewer is 8ft tall:whistling: Can you tell me what the length is fully extended please:thumbsup:

According to MorrisPhoto it extends to 130cm but according to an e-bay seller it’s 170cm. I thing I’ll just buy one and find out for myself

Heat now added thanks OP:thumbsup:



I'll have to check when I get home but happy to do it.... check back after 5ish :thumbsup:
#6
mosskeeto
I'll have to check when I get home but happy to do it.... check back after 5ish :thumbsup:


Thanks much appreciated :thumbsup:
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Geemac
Thanks for that on Amazon one reviewer says he’s 6ft tall and doesn’t need to stoop and another says it's short maybe this reviewer is 8ft tall:whistling: Can you tell me what the length is fully extended please:thumbsup:

According to MorrisPhoto it extends to 130cm but according to an e-bay seller it’s 170cm. I thing I’ll just buy one and find out for myself

Heat now added thanks OP:thumbsup:


Hi
I have extended it out as far as it goes and it is 138cm or 54" in old money....:thumbsup:
#8
mosskeeto
Hi
I have extended it out as far as it goes and it is 138cm or 54" in old money....:thumbsup:


Thanks have ordered one:thumbsup: & Rep for you:thumbsup:

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