Portable Universal Camera Tripod Holder Flexible Stand black Grey


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LRG-CAM-TRIPD

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Sale price £2.99 Regular price £5.99

Portable Universal Camera Tripod Stand

This Flexible Designer Tripod Stand on Ball Leg For any shape with universal fitting joints, Available in Black and grey color to match any camera designs. this universal design makes this easy to install and make any surface 360° rotation for ease in use.

  • Flexible type tripod designed for digital gadgets, cameras, and camcorders
  • Fits into your backpack, or roomy jacket pocket
  • Flexible legs allow you to bind it on other objects such as trees
  • Each leg has nine black ball and socket joints that each has a 360° rotational range
  • Standard universal mounting screw for attaching your camera to the tripod mount
  • Removable link attachment with lock release button
  • Suitable for most miniature camera
  • Can hold up to 2000g when the angle between legs is below 20 degrees
  • Colour: Black with grey as shown in the picture
  • Net Weight: 65g / 2.3 oz
  • Folding Size (Length x Width x Height): 2.5 x 2.5 x 9.5 inch

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Portable Universal Camera Tripod Holder Flexible Stand

3.83 Average

6 Reviews

Anonymous

Bought this for my compact Samsung camera. Fits fine and seems sturdy.

Posted 2 weeks ago

Mr nesbitt

no good for dslr gave it to my grandson for gopro

Posted 2 weeks ago

BRIAN HILLAM

Had already bought 1 and have now bought other 3 very good tripods and right price and fast delivery as well, would buy from this company again.

Posted 2 months ago

Leo Hogan

product is very strong and flexible and good height and good value for money,very pleased

Posted 6 months ago

Ken Faulkner

Great price, quick despatch, great product..very pleased.

Posted 6 months ago

Jamie Greenway

Looks fairly good. Will not hold large SLRS. Will not grip round objects like the ape named version. Cheap enough though. Would only recommended for use with secondary flashes / lights/ mobile phones. Not SLRS. Maybe smaller compact cameras.

Posted 7 months ago