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Neewer Smartphone Selfie Stick Tripod Stand, Extendable Rod Hand

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Neewer Smartphone Selfie Stick Tripod Stand, Extendable Rod Hand

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Product description

NOTE 1: Smartphone, Webcam and Camera are not included

NOTE 2: Maximum Load Capacity of this selfie stick tripod is 3.3 pounds/1.5 kilograms.

Description:

It can be a tripod stand or selfie stick, so it is not only designed for smart phones, but also for most compact Mirrorless cameras such as Sony ZV-1 RX100 VII A6400 A6500 A6600 Canon G7X Mark III, and fits all smartphones like iPhone Samsung Google OnePlus.

There is soft rubber on both grip and feet, which offers comfortable feeling as a handle grip, and is also anti-slip.

Lightweight and compact design, it can be held in your hand and it is convenient to carry for your trip or store in your camera bag, backpack or even your pocket.

Specifications:

Folded Length: 5.91inches/15 centimeters

Extended Length: 10 inches/25.5 centimeters

Maximum Height (with Unfolded Tripod) : 9.26inches/23.5 centimeters

Minimum Height (with Unfolded Tripod): 4.93inches/12.5 centimeters

Weight: 2.47 ounces/70 grams

Maximum Load Capacity: 3.3 pounds/1.5 kilograms

Package Contents:

1 x Mini Selfie Stick Tripod

1 x Phone Clip

1 x Wireless Smartphone Shutter Remote


From the manufacturer

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Neewer Smartphone Selfie Stick Tripod Stand, Extendable Rod Handle Grip Vlog Pole with 360°Ball Head, Remote and Phone Clip

NOTE 1: Smartphone, Webcam and Camera are not included

NOTE 2: Maximum Load Capacity of this selfie stick tripod is 3.3 pounds/1.5 kilograms.

It can be a tripod stand or selfie stick, so it is not only designed for smart phones, but also for most compact Mirrorless cameras such as Sony ZV-1 RX100 VII A6400 A6500 A6600 Canon G7X Mark III, and fits all smartphones like iPhone Samsung Google OnePlus.

There is soft rubber on both grip and feet, which offers comfortable feeling as a handle grip, and is also anti-slip.

Lightweight and compact design, it can be held in your hand and it is convenient to carry for your trip or store in your camera bag, backpack or even your pocket.

Specifications:

Folded Length: 5.91inches/15 centimeters

Extended Length: 10 inches/25.5 centimeters

Maximum Height (with Unfolded Tripod) : 9.26inches/23.5 centimeters

Minimum Height (with Unfolded Tripod): 4.93inches/12.5 centimeters

Weight: 2.47 ounces/70 grams

Maximum Load Capacity: 3.3 pounds/1.5 kilograms

Package Contents: 1 x Mini Selfie Stick Tripod; 1 x Phone Clip; 1 x Wireless Smartphone Shutter Remote

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