Manfrotto Compact Xtreme 2-in-1 Monopole
The brand new Compact Xtreme is an innovative product that completes the Compact Series range, offering a 2in1 product that merges the traditional and successful Compact monopod with an action camera pole.
Compact Xtreme is the ﬁrst pole that transforms into a monopod by simply switching the head from the bottom of the legs to the top of the handgrip. Action camera and Compact System Camera users can now rely on this sturdy, easy and ready to use tool that will help them capture and share their experiences in a way they have never been able to before. It features a small aluminum ball head with a GoPro® adaptor. Its Adaptor and aluminum construction enable Compact Xtreme to be both lightweight and robust; its rounded handgrip and wrist strap make it extremely comfortable to carry.
2in1 product: ﬂexibility and ease of use.
The Compact Xtreme features a ¼’’ thread both on top and at the bottom end of the pole. The position of the head can be changed and the monopod can be turned into a pole by simply moving the head from the top of the handgrip to the bottom of the tubes. This means passionate photographers can count on an extremely lightweight support (280 g) they can use in two different ways.
Perfect in any situation: versatility.
The Compact Xtreme comes with a GoPro® adaptor, so it can be used with any type of camera. The mount features a ¼’’ female thread underneath; it can be moved from the top to the bottom of the pole and be used alone or in combination with the small aluminium ball head.
Compact when closed: Portability
The Manfrotto Compact Xtreme features a 4-section tube built of Adapto and aluminium. 135 cm long when extended but compact when closed, it is ideal both as a monopod for shooting images and as a pole for recording video. Indeed, it can hold a payload up to 1kg/2.2lbs.
Compact Xtreme is the perfect completion of the Compact range and is further proof of Manfrotto’s commitment to always developing smarter quality products to satisfy the varying needs of photographers everywhere.