Crazy portable tripod - Lumapod

1 year 8 months ago #605044 by Camera Diva
Actually, I just watched that video again.  When they are using as a selfie stick, what happens to the wires?  Are those something that need to be manually added in order for this to work?  What is the tension rating for those wires?  

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1 year 8 months ago #605189 by Juan Anthony
For traveling and with smaller sized camera, this thing is awesome


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1 year 8 months ago #605250 by CaptNemo
Interesting or innovating?  Yes.  Would I put my DSLR on that?  Heck no.  It looks like a gust of wind would knock that over! 


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1 year 8 months ago #605348 by Shadowfixer1
I wouldn't put anything on this thing. First slight breeze and over she goes plus the breeze would set up a vibration on the wires. A point and shoot inside on concrete would be the most I would use this for.

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1 year 8 months ago #605390 by Harrison J
:thumbsup:


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1 year 8 months ago #605727 by Cara Wilkins
@shadowfixer.   Yeah, while my earlier remark praised this for design.  I still believe that.  However I'm with you, I would need some serious convincing before I put my DSLR on top of this tripod. 

I'll wait to see some reviews from users. 


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1 year 8 months ago #605814 by GWS
Mirrorless I would, iPhone yes.  But I'm with you on the DSLR concerns.  I think that would feel top heavy with the DSLR on it.  


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1 year 8 months ago #606091 by rogdel
Wish it could handle more weight, but this is a pretty slick looking design


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1 year 7 months ago #607000 by Ivy Winchell
Umm, no.  I'll pass on this.  


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1 year 7 months ago #607938 by Olivia
A stick wit a couple strings on each side?  

Not for me, at least not something I would put my camera and lens on top of.  


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