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PGYTECH MantisPod Pro Tabletop Vlogging Tripod

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PGYTECH MantisPod Pro Tabletop Vlogging Tripod
Key Features
  • 7 Different Shooting Modes
  • Tabletop & Handheld Modes
  • Hang Your Device with Mantis Mode
  • Removable Phone Holder in Tripod Leg
Unlock your creativity with the MantisPod Pro Tabletop Vlogging Tripod from PGYTECH. Combining a 360° mount, adjustable ball head, dovetail cold shoe mount, and various tripod leg configurations, this convertible tripod can quickly transform to give you seven different shooting mode options. This kind of versatility is ideal for recording vlogs or livestreaming, giving you standard and innovative camera angle options. The MantisPod Pro can be used with a smartphone via the holder built into one of the tripod legs, or a digital camera via the 1/4" SnapLock plate.
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Will this work with a Canon EOS 80D or an IPAD ...

Will this work with a Canon EOS 80D or an IPAD 7th Generation with a U-PAD Pro Tablet Mount ?
Asked by: Vickie
Yes, the PGYTECH MantisPod Pro Tabletop Vlogging Tripod has a weight capacity of 5.5 lb / 2.5 kg, and it would be able to hold the Canon EOS 80D DSLR Camera, or the Apple iPad (7th generation) using the Ulanzi U-Pad Pro Tablet Tripod Mount.
Answered by: Yaakov
Date published: 2022-07-14

can this hold a sonya7iii with a 16-35 gmaster ...

can this hold a sonya7iii with a 16-35 gmaster lens?
Asked by: Michelle
Being that the max load capacity of the PGYTECH MantisPod is 5.5 lbs, it can hold the Sony A7 III equipped with the Sony FE 16-35mm G Master lens which only weighs 2.93 lbs.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2022-07-05

What does the button marked "press" inside one of ...

What does the button marked "press" inside one of the legs do?
Asked by: Daniel
The following button allows you to adjust the axis of the tripod.
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2022-08-02
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