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Mini Adjustable Tripod+camera Holder for Iphone and Other Cellphone
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- Rubber Pads protect Phone or camera
- Non-Slip rubber feet
- Dimensions: 6 x 1 3/8 x 1
- Extends to 8"
- Aluminum Alloy
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- Size (LWH): 3.98 inches, 1.38 inches, 9.57 inches
- Weight: 4.96 ounces
Adjustable Legs and Ball swivel Head for easy positioning
Very Lightweight, portable and easy to store
Rubber Pads protect Phone or camera
Non-Slip rubber feet
Aluminum Alloy Tripod
Dimensions: 6 x 1 3/8 x 1
Extends to 8"
Standard 1/4 Screw
Top Customer Reviews
|Length: 1:49 Mins|
**** One thing I forgot to demo is the telescoping legs, which about double it's height if you need it.
This stand is the opposite of all the above. For $11 (including shipping), it actually contains an iPhone-to-tripod adapter and a mini tripod. It is very sturdy and 100% adjustable. You can place your iPhone and iPod in any angle you like and it always remain stable (especially in the portrait mode). This is especially critical when you are doing face time with your friends and family since you want to properly face the camera.
The adapter is made of plastic, and the middle part works like a clamp that securely fastens your iPhone. The side bracket is just to protect the phone from falling off the bracket by accident. So far I only use it for 1 day, and cannot comment on the durability.
The tripod is very basic. But you can always use your own tripod with the included adapter.
The only drawback is that it is not as small as the other tiny stands. However, it can easily fit any hand bag or carry-on luggage without any problem. However, I will trade off some portability for the build quality and its full adjustability.
|Length: 2:32 Mins|
This thing epitomizes cheap construction. The bracket that holds the phone in place is spring-loaded and must be pulled apart with your hands. This leaves no hands with which to insert the phone into the bracket, so you have to sort of pry/slide the phone in. When I did this, the foam padding inside peeled off.
There is definitely an easier way to install the phone into the mounting bracket. Remove the bracket, extend the support arm, fit the phone into the bracket head on, rescrew the bracket back in. Given the problem with this mechanism (below), I don't think this thing is gonna last. I don't want to leave the tripod attached to my phone all the time, just so it will last longer.
*bracket is removable from tripod
*wide mounting bracket allows for a variety of phones, even with their cases on.
*almost completely cheap plastic. Even the bolt hole in the bracket is plastic, while the bolt itself is metal. I don't have high hopes for the long-term integrity of that mechanism.
*spring bracket with no lock-out
*foam padding not well glued
*cannot use the phone as pictured -- the tripod will fall over. The ball head has a slot that will only allow it to rotate on the Y-axis in one direction.
Also, expect the camera vise to break after inserting and removing your camera about a dozen times. After mine broke, I pulled the vise all the way out so I could remove the (now useless) spring, inserted the vise back in, and then wrapped a rubber band around the top & bottom of the vise. It's now actually easier to use compared to how it was meant to be!
It's a nice little tripod that holds your camera steady. The legs extend to seven inches and the mount adds another two inches. The bottom of the legs are smooth plastic so don't expect it to grip on a smooth surface.
It's worth the money and gets my vote.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It is what it is. I would not recommend it for any serious filming since it is pretty woobly and flimsy. Works well enough if you are trying to record something at home though. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Joseph Sanchez
Exactly what I needed to hold my iPhone 6 Plus for taking group pics and selfiesPublished 18 days ago by lkepley
I dint want to sound mean but it's not well balanced, and would be better with a click system or fastening grips for leg extension as they tend to slide back down with the weight... Read morePublished 26 days ago by vanessa cruz
the legs dont hold steady and slide if the camera is on them more than a minute or two.Published 1 month ago by Jase