Manfrotto Modopocket

The Manfrotto Modopocket table-top tripod folded flat.

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Manfrotto Modopocket

The Manfrotto Modopocket supports up to 1 pound, which covers almost almost all point-and-shoots, and even some lightweight DSLRs.

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Here it is attached to a camera.

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Angled up with a camera attached.

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The tripod sits flat on surfaces.

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Pivoted to the side.

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Pivoted to the side, another view.

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Here is a camera attached to a tripod with the Modopocket still attached to the camera.

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