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Manfrotto Modopocket Tripod


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  • Item Weight: 499 g
  • Shipping Weight: 59 g
  • Item model number: 797
  • ASIN: B0011DIMYQ
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Sept. 5 2012
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Should be mandatory for smaller cameras. Such a great little tripod! Aug. 6 2009
By Nick - Published on Amazon.com
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Let's face it. We all like the idea of having great shots with a tripod but we don't want to haul the thing around because it's big, bulky and just obnoxious. And if I'm going out for the night with friends, I'm certainly not going to be lugging around photography gear.

The ModoPocket works pretty well on my Canon Powershot G10 14.7MP Digital Camera with 5x Wide Angle Optical Image Stabilized Zoom. I can leave this thing on my camera without worrying that it's going to bulk up my camera. In fact, the ModoPocket weighs a few ounces, tops - so you'll never notice it. Folded up, it's about the thickness of two SD cards. What's cool is that there's a good degree of tilt so I'm able to get the shots I want. What's also cool is that there's another tripod mount so I can leave the ModoPocket attached and simply screw this into a tripod or monopod. Granted, it probably won't happen that much, but it's still a pretty sweet little addon.

I'm a big fan of Manfrotto products and own more than a few tripods/monopods and other gadgets (including the Manfrotto 585 ModoSteady 3-in-1 Camera/Camcorder Stabilizer and Support System), and even though this is $20 tiny product, I really like it and think that if you own a higher end (but not SLR) camera, you should get this. It'll come in handy.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
A perfectly designed product! Jan. 26 2010
By R. Moreno - Published on Amazon.com
This little camera stand is invaluable for point and shoot pocketable cameras. It's design and construction is first rate and it is compact enough to leave on a camera all the time. I have a Panasonic Lumix LX3 and sometimes find myself wanting to set the camera on the ground to take macro pictures of snails, for instance.But the LX3 is too nice to get scratched up. With the ModoPocket i now have a dimunitive, almost inconspicuous table top stand with very nice up/down adjustability. I also find that with it mounted on the camera it adds an extra measure of holdability..i just partially open the stand and use my left index finger as a perch. Highly recommended.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Useful and well-constructed Nov. 6 2008
By hj - Published on Amazon.com
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Works great with a Canon S2; less great with a Canon A720IS, because the tripod mount for the latter camera is way off to the side.

Nice and compact. I can leave it on the camera all the time.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Small and Functional Nov. 25 2008
By A. Koss - Published on Amazon.com
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Easily fits in my small case where extra battery/memory cards go. Barely bigger than the base of my Canon SD850. Very flexible as far as setting up for timed shots.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Neat and Good design Sept. 30 2008
By Jack Quah - Published on Amazon.com
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Work very well with my Olympus E510 with Pencake lens. It's the only SLR with tripod that can go into my pocket.

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