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SwitchPod DSLR/Smartphone Handheld Stabilized Tripod

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SwitchPod DSLR/Smartphone Handheld Stabilized Tripod
Key Features
  • DSLR, Smartphone, or Small Camera Tripod
  • Quickly Collapses into a Handheld Mount
  • Magnets Hold Legs Together When Closed
  • 1/4"-20 Camera Mounting Screw
Weighing in at only 11.1 oz, the aluminum DSLR/Smartphone Handheld Stabilized Tripod tripod from SWITCHPOD provides a lightweight, tabletop tripod and handheld solution for your DSLR, smartphone, or small camera. Its quick-switch design allows you to change from tripod to handheld and back in no time with its swiveling leg style, and it uses magnets to connect the legs together.
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Weighing in at only 11.1 oz, the aluminum DSLR/Smartphone Handheld Stabilized Tripod tripod from SWITCHPOD provides a lightweight, tabletop tripod and handheld solution for your DSLR, smartphone, or small camera. Its quick-switch design allows you to change from tripod to handheld and back in no time with its swiveling leg style, and it uses magnets to connect the legs together.

The legs feature built-in finger grooves to provide comfort when handholding, and they have large slots which keep it light, help its stability, and make it easy to strap onto a bag or carabiner for transport. The bottom of each leg features non-slip padding to keep the tripod stable and to protect surfaces.

The tripod features a 1/4"-20 camera mounting screw to connect your camera directly or a tripod head with a 1/4"-20 mounting thread. The camera mount also features a soft, circular pad to protect your equipment. The legs feature two 1/4"-20 threads, so you can mount a monitor, microphone, light, or other accessories. The tripod has been tested with up to a 100 lb load, so it can handle your camera as well as its included accessories.

Tabletop-style tripod for DSLR, smartphone, or small cameras
Switches quickly into handheld mode and legs hold together with magnets
Slots in legs for handholding or clipping to a bag for transport; finger grooves for comfort when handholding
1/4"-20 camera or tripod head mounting screw and two 1/4"-20 accessory mounting threads on the legs
Padding on feet for non-slip stability, as well as padded camera mount to protect your camera
Durable aluminum construction with tested load capacity up to 100 lb
UPC: 860001353808

SwitchPod SwitchPod Specs

General
Load Capacity100 lb / 45.4 kg
Maximum Working Height11" / 27.9 cm
Minimum Working Height9.7" / 24.6 cm
DimensionsL: 9.7 x W: 9.7" / L: 24.6 x W: 24.6 cm
MaterialsAluminum Alloy
Weight11.1 oz / 315 g
Legs
Mounting Screw1/4"-20 Male
Independent Leg SpreadYes
Leg Sections1
Center Column
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.53 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)13.2 x 4.5 x 1.9"
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Does it come with a phone mount, or is that ...

Does it come with a phone mount, or is that something to add on?
Asked by: Andrew
It does not come with a phone mount. You will have to get it separately. Please take a look at this: https://bhpho.to/2Odd9F3
Answered by: David
Date published: 2019-11-14

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Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-01-30

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Asked by: Ryan
Yes this is the official switch pod.
Answered by: Gary
Date published: 2020-07-02

What's the maximum camera/lens weight this ...

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Asked by: David EDU
I see load capacities listed on the web as up to 100lbs, which makes no sense to me. I would say the load is about 15lbs.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-02-15

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Asked by: Abul Hasan
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Answered by: Gashian
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what would be the best tripod head with a quick ...

what would be the best tripod head with a quick release plate?
Asked by: Timothy
you can use any head on these legs as the manufacturer says it can hold up to 100 lbs. But in reading their description, the product is indicated for small cameras or smartphones. Major concern is putting your device sideways or on the vertical position and destabilizing the tripod. So search for a ball head the will hold up to 15 lbs.
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