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Learn how to create your own camera monopod walking stick for under $15 instead of spending $90.
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The first thing you're going to need is the aluminum walking stick; you really choose it for your popular brand aluminum walking stick. You're going to need a drill and screw driver. You're going to need a standardized cameras groom and a blunt object to massacre this stick.
Here you seen the compose, which is easily removed. What yore going to do is remove that as you can see her, and we’re left with a hole.
Now you’re going to remove that hole and simply drill right down into the walking stick. It just may take the few tries if you don’t want to massacre the handle. Now, you insert the cameras’ groom from the bottom side, and there you go.
If you really want a more support to the screw, I would recommend using a tool in one bombing system like balding body or balding clay which we’ve used here. And this has now become very strong. It’s like conquering new cannot break it.
I'm strong enough to hold the full size DSLR not only as a day where I hold the camera with a full size flash in it.