TR34M 63-Inch Tall Carbon Fiber Monopod 34mm Diameter Leg
Features Built-In Steel Spike, Rubber Foot, 10 inch removable black leg wrap and neoprene carry handle with disconnect, Standard 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 Thread Mount
• 4 Section 10x Layer Carbon Fiber Tubes
Lightest in Class, only 1.18 lbs. !!
This thing is so short and light compared to what I'd been using all these years. I'm trying to cut back on size and weight for travel and the TR34M is exactly what I was hoping for!
Excellent build quality, very strong- nice attention to details - how the top plate can screw in and unscrew the reversible attachment thread. Also the aluminum tensioners/grips, unlike rubber, will last for decades. The additional lens coat hand grip feels very nice and the inside is a very grippy soft surface that does not slip on the carbon fiber.
I have enjoyed this monopod I use it more than my 424L tripod for my Canon 600mm f/4 version II Lens attached to a 7d MK II and a Wimberley Gimbal when hiking. The only drawback I've found is that the rubber foot has apparently came loose while hiking and is now gone. I had an Oben monopod that I replaced because it's foot literally fell apart and now I have an issue with the foot on the promedia gear monopod within a month of purchasing it 8/14/2020. I'm assuming the replacement is part A34. I'm not sure if this monopod has this issue or why it would come loose on it's own. The rubber replacement foot is not inexpensive.
Top notch quality, the best monopod you can buy.
The TR34M monopod offers the same advanced engineering and exacting craftsmanship as the PMG tripod line. That means features like 10x carbon fiber weave, machined aluminum leg locks, and built in, reversible steel foot spike. Best of all, this monopod is extremely strong and rigid, without sacrifice in terms of weight. Upgrading from the feather-light Sirui P-326, itâ€™s amazing how comparable the MUCH stronger TR34M feels (it weighs only .2lbs more). For me, the TR34M model offers the best combination of specs within PMGâ€™s monopod line. Ample height (for me at 6â€™1), lowest weight, and I prefer the standard mount and 34mm upper leg diameter to the integrated clamp and giant 42mm upper legs of the 42 line. Kudos to PMG, this is an ideal monopod for wildlife photography and IMO is overall the best monopod you can buy.