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  • On Jan 20, 2013
    Scott Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Are camera monopods allowed in the Disney Parks?

    Hi Scott!
     
         I have great news for you!  Yes, monopods are allowed in Walt Disney World.  One of my favorite things is to bring a tripod or a monopod and take night photos and photos of fireworks in the Theme Parks of Walt Disney World!  A monopod can also help you take more stable video too.  Keep in mind that a good rule of thumb is to set your monopod or tripod up to use it and then collapse it as soon as you are finished taking photos or videos.  I often rent a locker to store my tripod or monopod when I am not using it because it is difficult to carry them on rides.  Also my camera bag has a tripod/monopod holder.  I have taken my tripod on rides with it attached to my camera bag, but it tends to be bulky and hard to manage so that is why I recommend renting a locker. 

    I hope that you capture many photo or video memories on your next Walt Disney World vacation!

    Keep Dreaming Big!
    Marc
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Meet the Panelist: Marc, New York

I am a single Father to one incredible boy.  I would love nothing more than to provide people with Disney vacation planning that will enable them to have a new experience or make their Disney vacation just a little more magical! Learn More About Marc

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