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Tripods and monopods price analysis: Amazon Australia vs Australian retail

Keep your camera steady and focused with a tripod or monopod as we analyse prices across Australian retail options.

A tripod or monopod can give your camera the ideal amount of stability to take your photos to the next level, whether you’re planning a fancy timelapse, some low-light photos or just want to ensure there’s no shudder in your video shooting. You could be working from a full camcorder, DSLR or even a mobile phone.

If you’re stuck on the difference, it’s pretty simple. A monopod has a single foot on which you place your camera for added stability, whereas a tripod, as the name suggests, offers three feet to act as a standalone holder for your photographic device.

With the arrival of Amazon Australia, we've analysed the pricing of some of the monopods and tripods available on the site, as well as deals from a selection of Australian retailers so you can save the most on your next accessory purchase.

Prices were last checked between 20 Dec 2017 and 22 Dec 2017 and may be subject to change. Prices include any discounts but exclude potential shipping charges.

Product Brand
Retailer Prices
GoPro AFAEM-001 3-way mount
checked 20 Dec 2017
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checked 22 Dec 2017
+9% More
Bing Lee
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