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V-0615
V-0615 Extendable Mini Tripod
You're at your first annual family reunion and you're the only one who brought a camera. You mom says Let's get a group photo! Unfortunately you don't have a tripod to balance your camera and you can't get the shot. Don't let this happen to you! This compact mini tripod from Ambico has a locking swivel head for positioning your camera or ...
AMBICO4.55882334V-0615 Extendable Mini Tripod
V-0615 Extendable Mini Tripod

AMBICO

V-0615 Extendable Mini Tripod

BCD104
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BCD104
Description

You're at your first annual family reunion and you're the only one who brought a camera. You mom says Let's get a group photo! Unfortunately you don't have a tripod to balance your camera and you can't get the shot. Don't let this happen to you! This compact mini tripod from Ambico has a locking swivel head for positioning your camera or camcorder at just about any angle. With strong and stable retractable legs you'll get the shot every time!

  • Non-Slip Rubber Feet
  • For Use With - APS cameras, 35mm point and shoot cameras, mini camcorders, digital cameras, and camcorders
  • Locking swivel head allows you to position your camera or camcorder at almost any angle
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Five Stars
by Valued Customer on January 19, 2016
 
 
 
 
 
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great for still photos

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Pocket Tripod -
by Valued Customer on December 03, 2014
 
 
 
 
 
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Great little tripod!

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Great for desktop studio
by Valued Customer on September 15, 2010
 
 
 
 
 
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I use this tripod with a Canon SX20IS which is one step short of a DSLR (in other words, heavy and bulky). I was concerned about the tripod tipping at extreme shooting angles, but this little guy held its ground firm. I use it for taking macro shots and have had the camera past 45 degrees without tipping. The legs are stiff to extend and adjust, which is good with a heavy camera so they do not move under the weight. I have had the legs only half extended and they stay put no problem. This is a tiny tripod and is not meant to replace your full-size tripod. I would recommend this for your ""desktop studio"". A good price for a great little workhorse.

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I LOVE MY MINI TRIPOD
by Valued Customer on September 30, 2008
 
 
 
 
 
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I Love my Mini Tripod and I take a lot of selftimer Photos with it!Thanks a Lot!C.A.

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Cool Little Pod
by Valued Customer on August 13, 2008
 
 
 
 
 
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This thing is a must have for people like me who shoot on the go and love to take shots from all angles. Not to mention it will fit anywhere.

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Little cute Tripod
by Valued Customer on July 12, 2008
 
 
 
 
 
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I really like it, it's good for taking group pictures on the go. The only thing I didn't like is the lack of colour choice. The black and gold make it almost understated and neutral, but i'd like one to match my pink elixim.

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Great little product
by Valued Customer on May 29, 2008
 
 
 
 
 
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I do a lot of remote video taping in weird places. I am often challenged to find suitable small signature camera supports and this little tripod gets the grease more often than not. With a very small footprint, it can be a stability maven for any moderate CCTV cam and squeezed in on a book shelf, end table or even a fireplace mantel. A great value for the money!

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Handy Little Tripod
by Valued Customer on May 05, 2008
 
 
 
 
 
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The AMBICO Mini Tripod is small enough to tuck into your pocket if you want to travel light. It easily supported my Canon XTi while getting macro shots on the forest floor without tipping over. A long zoom lens on the camera might topple the tripod over, but my shorter zoom lens worked fine. It sure beats setting my camera down in the dirt. Very convenient item to have for the price.

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A handy tool for added stability
by Valued Customer on October 04, 2007
 
 
 
 
 
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This is not a replacement for the full size, multi-function tripod. It is a handy tool for the compact cameras to add stability. I position this miniature tripod against a wall, furniture or any hard object to help stabilize the camera during photo shooting in low light conditions without the flash. The tripod is small, light to carry in a shirt pocket and flexible to adjust for different angles. The legs can be extended 1.25 inches longer by pulling on the rubber feet and sliding out the extension tubes.Now the digital cameras are becoming increasingly smaller in physical sizes. Another useful application of this mini tripod is to serve as a ""handle"" for the cameras.

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Remember it's ""Mini""
by Valued Customer on September 11, 2007
 
 
 
 
 
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I think some people are hoping to get all the advantages of a big tripod in this little one and are disappointed when they get it. Basically, think of it as a less heavy more functional beanbag for camera. If you are just looking for that much more stability then this is easily a good tripod for you, otherwise get a bigger one.This is great for the traveler who wants to set up the camera and take a pic with them in it on a timer, or to catch a nice night scene, etc. Once again, if you think of it as a fancier and much more portable beanbag for your cam, then you'll likely be very satisfied.

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Extremely small
by Valued Customer on September 01, 2007
 
 
 
 
 
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This item is very small. I coudn't believe how small it was when it came in the mail. Be careful when mounting an SLR camera, tends to tip over if not careful. Will work fine for point and shoot cameras. Still not sure where the ""Extendable"" wording came from

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worth the few dollars
by Valued Customer on July 07, 2007
 
 
 
 
 
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Works great and is lighter then the spider. If you want more versatility get the gorilla tripod.

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