- Size (LWH): 7 inches, 3.14 inches, 1.18 inches
Nokia 02732Q6 HH-23 PureView 808 Tripod Mount - Retail Packaging - Black
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- Now you can easily fit your Nokia 808 PureView to a tripod for perfectly steady shots.
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Top Customer Reviews
Small and light
Looks nice and solid. Doesn't feel cheap
Can use with other phones
can use without a tripod if you just want to 'stand the phone up' if u balance it well
It does fit, but doesn't inspire confidence (without or without case)
Could have been a few mm longer horizontally to create a better 'lip'
I feel I could accidently knock it off the phone (not a light knock, but an accidental moderate knock) because of a lack of a decent lip.
There is a small lip but its way to short
Definitely worth the price and so easy to use! I'd buy a replacement immediately if I lost mine! Works great with the Nokia 603.
1) Easy to mount phone - simply expand the two spring-loaded sides, lay the phone on its back, and let go! Mount onto standard video & photo tripod plates (one-pin and two-pin) fine.
2) Sturdy & Strong - the springs holding the phone in place are strong, and you may even need to fight it a bit. You can hold the clipped phone upside down and it won't let go. Tilts, pans, and running shots all work great with no fear of the phone dropping out.
3) Rubberized pads holding the phone in place work fine. Phone is not scratched, and the phone won't drop out even after jumping up and down with the phone clipped in place on a tripod. Not even worried about the phone ever falling out.
4) Small and compact.
You can think of this like a D-sized battery. Light as a feather so it's one less piece of gear to worry about hefting about.
Use of it takes some care; to avoid pushing buttons, you have to place it in a very specific area between the slider for the screen unlock and the shutter button; in this spot it obstructs the slider so you want to unlock the screen first, then try to install the phone in the mount without touching the screen. It doesn't give a confidence-inspiring grip, so use with caution.
Yes, the mount does a reasonable but not confidence inspiring job of gripping the Nokia 808 with or without a thin Amzer case. In particular, the phone is held tightly enough so a stray wind gust won't knock it out, but a medium hard knock would. More importantly, if you manipulate the phone on the tripod and accidentally touch the phone instead of the tripod, the phone is easily knocked askew in the mount (much less force required to do this than to actually knock it out). If you merely rotate the phone back into position it works itself a little bit out of the mount, so you have to be sure to push the phone all the way back in each time you accidently touch it, or it's eventually going to pop out of the mount!
The construction doesn't inspire me with much confidence either. Notice that the stress concentration points (that's a fancy way of saying "those inside corners which are obviously under the most stress with the phone inserted") are molded from a single piece of piece of plastic and are unrelieved (no gentle curve at the corner, but a sharp right angle). I don't know how tough this plastic is, and I will leave it to a consumer testing lab just how many cycles it would be to failure, but I would examine these corners before every use to make sure that cracks haven't started there.
There is a simple work around to these problems: drape the wrist laynard (which I highly recommend attaching to the phone in any case) around the top of the tripod. Viola! Instant safety harness.Read more ›
This hooked up to the quick release plate of my tripod with no issues. The clamp works by extending vertically to grab the phone by the long edges. I used it with my Nokia 808 Pureview and with my Nokia N8-00 to good effect. Wish they had released this as part of the N8-00 package. I use both phones with and without the standard Nokia cases. The N8-00 works best without the case and has easy and unhindered access to the camera button. The 808 Pureview works equally well naked and while in the Nokia CC - 3046 case. Access to the camera button is somewhat hindered using the HH-23 unless the phone is mounted so the viewfinder is facing the clamp. It is possible to insert the 808 into the clamp without blocking the camera control access but I was not comfortable with how it sat in the clamp. The clamp felt weak and was not smooth the first few times I extended it. This feeling is gone entirely after two weeks of use. It no longer feels flimsy. I believe that feeling was a result of the stuttering on extension that has now worked itself out.
Strong points -
§ Dirt simple to use
§ Mild gripping pads at both the top and bottom of the clamp
§ Stays put and does not introduce an inordinate amount of wiggle into the system.
§ Matte black finish is correct for a photography accessory
Less Than Strong Points -
§ Could use more surface area at the tripod interface to make that connection more solid
§ Could use larger (wider) clamping area at the phone end to make that more solid
§ Mounted one way the clamp blocks part of the viewfinder; mounted the other way it interfers with access to camera shutter release button on the Nokia 808. Got used to using on screen controls quite quickly.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This little thing is not holding any device firm. Would not recommend it. Nokia Gear can do a better job.Published on January 2, 2014 by ABK
This holder has allowed me to take the best low light pictures in my life. It holds my phone very securely and still. The great thing is that it can hold different phones.Published on August 25, 2013 by sanjuanl
The phone is a little too big for the piece. It stretches it beyond its capacity and looks like it's going to break or snap.Published on June 18, 2013 by Mike
Item received as described.
Even though the image sample shows a Blue Lumia not the 808 PureView, the HH-23 Tripod Mount DOES HOLD the 808 PureView! Read more
This holder from Nokia holds my red 920 perfectly great price great product.
I mounted my 920 when it received it and it worked like a charm Nokia makes great phones and great... Read more
I got this product for my Nokia Lumia 920 and I do not have a case on my phone. The PureView 808 mount barely fits the Lumia 920. Read morePublished on May 10, 2013 by James McWilliams
This Tripod Mount barely fits my 920 but with my Nokia CC-1043 Cover (GREAT COVER) it's stretched out way too far and doesn't hold my phone securely at all. Read morePublished on April 15, 2013 by Randy Purnell