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Manfrotto MP1-C01 Pocket Series Tripod (Black)


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  • Low profile design can be left on camera at all times
  • Fits standard tripod socket
  • Includes attachment tool
  • Non Slip Foldable Rubber Feet
  • Holds cameras up to 1.3 lbs.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.2 x 4.6 x 10 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 45 g
  • Item model number: MP1-C01
  • ASIN: B004MKNJD4
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Feb. 8 2012
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #73,553 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Product Description

An always on support, easy and ready to use in any situation. It fits all compact cameras with the standard tripod attachment screw. Once installed and folded, it almost disappears and the camera can still be stored in its pouch thanks to the ultra-slim and compact design. Anytime you need to hold our camera in a specific position, the three legs with no-slip rubber feet can be independently set on any surface to provide maximum stability and security. The all metal structure and the strong springs give a steady and safe support. Dimensions 3.2 x 0.8 x 3-Inch. maximum weight 1.3 lbs.

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Not best in class Oct. 5 2011
By M. J. Grumet - Published on Amazon.com
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The usefulness of this device will obviously be limited. The Manfrotto MP3-D01 is more capable, but that model is bulkier. The slim, trim MP1-C01 could be left on the compact camera with little bulk, although, like the bigger model, it will block the battery compartment. It can fit in the accessory pocket of the Lowepro Rezo 50, which the MP3-D01 can't. The MP1-C01 is a little longer than the older Manfrotto Modopocket, and that is probably its closest competitor. The MP1-C01 has a wider base than the Manfrotto Modopocket. The Modopocket's 4-point contact is more dependent on a perfectly flat, level surface. However, the MP1-C01's 3-point contact is more tedious to adjust, even on the perfectly flat surface. Either the Modopocket or the MP1-C01 could be left on the camera, and the longer, slimmer MP1-C01 will seem a little less bulky. Some (but not many) cameras like the Panasonic LX5 will have access to the battery compartment with the Modopocket, but not with the MP1-C01.
A significant annoyance of the MP1-C01 is that if not attached to the camera, the mounting screw is vulnerable to falling out in transport. The lateral adjustability of the screw's position, an advantage in some ways, means that folding the rear leg over it will not secure it, because the screw can slide to a position in which it is not covered.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
LOVE IT MORE THAN OUR GORILLA POD May 18 2012
By J. Mullis - Published on Amazon.com
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We've used the heck out of this little tripod or quadrapod as is the case. We were using a gorilla pod and enjoyed it as well, but had trouble putting the camera and tripod in a pocket during hikes. This MP1-C01 grabs hold of several objects and adjusts easily to ensure pictures are uniform and not at some wierd angle; plus it folds to keep the camera near the saze size.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Perfect for compact cameras Sept. 1 2011
By Tam N - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a great little tripod for when you dont want to carry a seperate tripod. It is very small and adds only a few MM to the bottom of your camera. The only bad thing is that you have to remove it to access your battery/memory card when you need to change those out. Construction is all metal with black paint with the exception of rubber coating on the feet (Feet cores are metal however). If you get lazy and spin the tripod in order to access your battery/memory card then be careful not to shear the rubber pads off like I did.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Excellent and VERY small footprint Nov. 6 2012
By DocRWM - Published on Amazon.com
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I got the MP1-C01 Pocket Tripod for use with my Pentax Q - the smallest interchangeable lens camera in the world. So, I wanted something that kept its size down because that is one of the big advantages of the Q - it's tiny. Folks on the Pentax Forums mentioned the MP1-C01 and gave it a thumbs up so I thought I'd give it a try. Wow, its a genuine Manfrotto and it shows. Tight tolerances, solid construction, works as described and comes with that little extra that we have come to expect from Manfrotto. It comes with a storage bag with closure, no big deal, but it also shipped with a back-up screw to mount it to the camera in case the one in the tripod is lost. Excellent. The feet are stiff, and need to be to maintain position, but easily moved at the same time giving the tripod good functionality while making it stable. One use I haven't seen mentioned is pointing the camera upward at a decent angle so that you can take self/group portraits more easily. Each of the 3 legs is positioned independently allowing for compensation for variation in terrain and changing the angle of the camera in relation to the surface you are using. Finally, unlike some reviewers I don't have any worries about the attachment on the bottom of the camera getting the way of the battery door because both the battery and SD card doors are on the sides of the Q!
Great, functional tripod for pocket cameras! Aug. 5 2013
By F. Gonzalez - Published on Amazon.com
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Everyone has had to prop up a camera on a fencepost, railing, or some other hard surface when trying to take a group photo with a timer at one point or another. This little guy makes it easy to get just the right angle without damaging or scratching the bottom of your camera.

You can easily flip out the legs, set your camera down, and adjust the angle. When you're finished, the legs flip up and you hardly notice it's there. This is a very sturdy and lightweight solution for anyone with a small camera with a standard tripod mount.

The screw does slide a bit to the side if you need to adjust it so the camera is centered properly, so that's nice. I own this size as well as the next size up for my Sony NEX-5N, which also works great!