Pedco UltraPod Lightweight Camera Tripod
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- Lightweight and compact tripod with fold-out legs and non-slip vinyl feet
- Position camera at any angle with U-ball and socket mount assembly
- Removable Velcro "one wrap" strap allows attachment to posts, tree limbs, railings, pack frames, or any sturdy object
- Weighs two ounces; folds down to four inches for easy packing
- Use with small cameras, camcorders, or optic scopes; lifetime warranty against manufacturer's defects
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The UltraPod I is a small, convenient tripod that can be taken and used anywhere. Its 3 legs offer a stable base for your small camera, and the strap allows you to attach the UltraPod to a fence, rail, or tree. The strap is black Velcro "one wrap" and designed to be easily removable. This is designed to be a fun tripod for use with small digital cameras, web cams and more. Can also be used to mount remote flashes to light stands using the Velcro strap. Weight: 1.7oz. Amazon.com The UltraPod I from Pedco is a lightweight and compact tripod designed for go-anywhere convenience and to be used with any small optical device with a tripod socket. Weighing in at two ounces and measuring four inches folded, the UltraPod I can fit into a small camera bag or pack without adding excessive weight or bulk. Constructed from molded fiberglass reinforced nylon with aluminum-threaded components, the UltraPod I can support up to three pounds securely. With three fold out legs, the tripod provides a stable platform or it can be attached securely to a fence, rail, or tree with its Velcro "one wrap" strap. The UltraPod I's unique ball and socket mount assembly allow you to position the camera at any angle--granting access to otherwise tough to capture shots. With a lifetime warranty from Pedco against manufacturer's defects, the UltraPod I is built for years of use. Features: Fits any camera with a tripod socket Position camera at any angle with ball and socket mount assembly Molded from fiberglass reinforced nylon with aluminum-threaded components Fold-out legs with non-slip vinyl feet Removable Velcro "one wrap" strap Maximum Safe Load: 3 pounds Pan Adjustment: 360 degrees Tilt Adjustment: +/- 90 degrees Angular Adjustment: +/- 20 degrees Folded dimensions: 4 by 1 by 1.25 inches Weight: 2 ounces Lifetime warranty against manufacturer's defects
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It's designed to be used with small compact, sub-compact cameras and camcorders. It won't support the weight of a large DSLR so don't even try. It's not meant for heavy weights. But for small, light weight cameras it is awesome. Creative people can even figure out a way to have a flash mount on this tripod for some creative slave-lighting setups. The possibilities are huge.
The legs are about 4" in length and they form a supportive tripod base for use on a table inside or anywhere else you can think of. What makes this such a versatile piece of gear is the foot long velcro strap which opens up many more possibilities. You can attach it to a tree branch, or strap it to your car mirror. How about your bicycle handlebars (might shake around too much though depending on the camera) or some other thing that otherwise would be impossible to hang a camera from.
I've been able to get what would have been impossible shots without this little UltraPod. The ball and socket give you the ability to twist and turn the camera just so, to enable you to get the shot you need.
It's inexpensive enough that I bought a couple of them. I have one in my glove box in my car and the side pocket of my camera bag. You will find many uses for this little tripod. Highly recommended.
Great little tripod. I am a actual full time photographer by trade for a living not some amateur that bought his first camera and now calls himself a pro photographer sorry I have to laugh at those individuals. That said I been using grip equipment and clamps and tripods on the job for 18 years now. So knowing what is decent or junk "there is a lot if cheap Chinese camera junk out there" this little tripod is pretty darn good! the legs are different than the ones in the photo mine are solid no holes. the legs are made of solid hard strong plastic that I can tell are very strong yet light. The ball head of sorts is a pressure clamp easy to loosen up and adjust and retighten. The base if the tripod could hold say a DSLR medium weight body without a vertical battery grip and say a smaller medium lens. start putting a heavier lens or the double battery grip and that is to heavy for this type of tripod. this is ideal of a tripod for a light Canon T4i body only and say a small kit lens as the max weight limit if the tripod. anything heavier and he ball head will not hold or it will tip over. The legs have a nice short wide stable base say of 7 inches wide and angled nicely to be rock steady. Seriously for the price I paid for it 12 bucks you can't go wrong. this is a ideal tripod for point and shoots or small range finder cameras and even iPhones or even a go pro video cameras. most other tripods I seen at this price the ball heads are the weak spot and look very cheap or soon break. the ball head on this tripod is pretty solid and has a nice ratchet or geared teeth for better friction hold of the ball head. if you don't over abuse it with a heavy camera and lens it will last you years of use. The strap works great and is a wide Velcro strap. tip if you want extra stabilizing when attaching I a pole or tree branch take those bunjee loops with the ball on them and put that as a extra strap to keep tripod from twisting and add a thick piece of rubber type foam like Neoprene from a mouse pad it will give a good grip on small diameter poles or branches like a light stand or motocycle mirror bracket. Hope this review helps people out and to those amateurs out there don't call yourself a pro photographer when you know more about camera models specs then you know about what a watt seconds are or a guide number or kelvins ratings are... buying a copy of photoshop and the latest released canon or nikon does not make you automatically a "Pro" you just look plain silly when yo make statements like this. It will just have the real photographers laughing quietly to themselves. Its much like buying a expensive guitar and now calling myself a musician because I got the latest and greatest guitar money could buy.