Important safety instructions • Make sure that all leg locks are correctly tightened and that the leg is fully opened before use. • Do not carry or transport your monopod with camera equipment attached (for example, over your shoulder or cradled in your arms). • Do not expose your monopod to excessive heat or cold, or use near any flame or fire. • Do not oil or grease any part of the monopod. • Do not use any solvents or thinners to clean your monopod. Use only a mild detergent and wipe dry with a soft, lint-free cloth. • Do not exceed the load limit of this monopod. DX-MNP70BL 70" Lightweight Monopod Specifications Folded length: 22.4 in. (57 cm) Maximum height: 70 in. (177.8 cm) Minimum height: 22.4 in. (57 cm) Weight: 0.8 lbs (0.4 kg) Load capacity: 8.8 lbs (4 kg) One-year limited warranty Visit www.dynexproducts.com for details. Contact Dynex: For customer service, call 800-305-2204 (U.S. and Canada) or 01-800-926-3020 (Mexico) www.dynexproducts.com DYNEX is a registered trademark of BBY Solutions, Inc. Registered in some countries. Distributed by Best Buy Purchasing, LLC, 7601 Penn Ave South, Richfield, MN 55423 U.S.A. ©2014 BBY Solutions, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Before using your new product, please read these instructions to prevent any damage. V1 ENGLISH 14-0368 QUICK SETUP GUIDE Package contents Using your monopod • Monopod • Carrying case • Quick Setup Guide 1 Adjust the foot on your monopod. Note: For normal use, rotate the rubber foot to cover the spike. For rugged outdoor areas, rotate the rubber foot up or remove it to enable the spike to stick into the ground. Features Normal use Rotate rubber foot Spike 2 Flip the leg locks open. 3 Extend the leg sections to the height you want. Note: Extend the leg sections from the top down (thickest section first) to give your monopod more stability and support. 4 Close the leg locks. # Item Description 1 1/4" mounting screw Use this screw to mount your camera onto the monopod. 2 Camera mounting plate Mount your camera to this platform. 3 Wrist strap Use the strap to carry your monopod. 4 Grip sponge Grip the monopod comfortably. 5 Leg Supports your monopod and camera. 6 Quick release leg locks Lift to adjust the leg height, then close to lock. 7 Rubber foot with retractable spike Provides secure and steady footing on a variety of surfaces. Caution: Securing a leg lock incorrectly can cause a leg to retract unexpectedly and could result in damage to the monopod or equipment mounted on the monopod. 5 Attach your camera to the mounting screw. Storing your tripod 1 2 3 4 5 Remove your camera. Flip open the leg locks. Collapse the legs. Close the leg locks. Store the monopod in the carrying case.
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