#TheMeasure: Hands-on with Brian, Alan and Docz by 3 Legged Thing - PhotoBite
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#TheMeasure: Hands-on with Brian, Alan and Docz by 3 Legged Thing

Luke Gardner - 1 year ago

3 Legged Thing didn’t just launch one monopod, but two! Alan is the bigger sturdier monopod with a 100:1 weight ratio, this means it can support 60kg! Trent is taller with a 50:1 weight ratio so that’s around 30kgs of support. Its real perk is when you extend it to its full height, 2 metres! We thought this would be great for filmmakers who want to get a crane shot with a gimbal on the top.

Lastly, we have Docz the underdog. Docz is the monopod stabiliser for the Alan and Trent giving extra support when you need it. We see it being used by wildlife and sports photographers who need a little extra support but don’t want the hassle of taking a tripod. The Docz has a ball joint which can be given more or less movement. Filmmakers will love this feature when they want to do a smooth pan-out shot.

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Check out our review of 3 Legged Thing’s Alan, Trent and Docz in the latest of our YouTube “#TheMeasure” series and subscribe to our YouTube Channel if you haven’t already!

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Luke Gardner

Features Editor @ PhotoBite

Luke lives and breaths photography. With experience working freelance, in retail and also teaching photography; Luke has been exposed to a broad spectrum of knowledgeable people and has a real hunger to explore what others are up to in this incredibly creative world. Starting from the age of 12 his fascination with photography as done nothing but fuel his ambition to create and explore all areas in the photographic world. Luke’s role at PhotoBite ranges from feature writing to testing equipment, with his natural teaching skills seeing him take his place as in-house presenter for camera hardware and accessories on the PhotoBite YouTube channel.

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