noun Etymology: mon- + -pod (as in tripod) Date: 1970 a one-legged support (as for a camera)

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  • monopod — MONOPÓD, Ă adj. (biol.) Care are un singur picior; monopodic. [< fr. monopode]. Trimis de LauraGellner, 14.06.2005. Sursa: DN  MONOPÓD, Ă adj. cu un singur picior. (< fr. monopode) Trimis de raduborza, 15.09.2007. Sursa: MDN …   Dicționar Român

  • monopod — mȍnopōd m <N mn i> DEFINICIJA tehn. vrsta stalka za snimanje (kamerom) s jednom nogom ETIMOLOGIJA mono + pod …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Monopod — For the creature from Naturalis Historia and The Chronicles of Narnia, see Monopod (creature). Camera and telephoto lens mounted on monopod …   Wikipedia

  • Monopod — Einbein Stativ mit Kamera Ein Einbeinstativ (engl., lat. Monopod Einbein ) ist ein transportables Stativ zum besseren Halt der Aufnahmegeräte (wie Foto oder Videokamera) und besitzt nur ein Bein, wie der Name bereits sagt, und nicht drei Beine… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • monopod — /mon euh pod /, n. a single legged support used to steady a hand held camera. [1960 65; MONO + (TRI)POD] * * * …   Universalium

  • monopod — noun A lightweight stand with one leg, used to support a camera or telescope …   Wiktionary

  • monopod — n. one legged support for a device (especially a camera) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • monopod — noun a one legged support for a camera or fishing rod. Origin C19: via L. from Gk monopodion, from monos single + pous, pod foot …   English new terms dictionary

  • monopod — mono·pod …   English syllables

  • Monopod — VP Works the same as a Tripod, but only has a single extending and locking leg. FilmM serves the same function as a tripod, but is made up of only a single extending and locking leg. Monopods are highly portable and easy to move and reset quickly …   Audio and video glossary

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