Handy flexpod Tripods work as great desktop and travel stands for your smartphone and any camera and other Nootle mounts you carry. This versatile combination can be used together or on their own with other products.
Phones need mounts. We're expanded our Nootle mount product line with our first universal mount. This is a really simple product and really useful for protrait and landscape photos, videos, or just for use on a threaded stand.
We use the same 1/4 20 threaded connector on the back so this works with all our Nootle parts including our flexpods, magnetic stands, suction stands, clamps, mini ball heads and tripods. It will work with anything you already own that has a 1/4 20 connector as well.
The arms range from 1.75 inches to 3.5 inches and have a nice set of rubber jaws that clamp down snuggly on your phone to hold it tight. Here's are are the easy steps you'll need to get this started. At only 2 oz this is super light so you can easily stuff it in any bag when you're on the go.
Grifiti Nootle Flexpod Flexible Tripod or Stand:
While we're developing our reconfigurable Nootle Flexpods, we decided to buy some samples of these off the shelf flexpods to show how our Nootle iPad and iPhone mounts work with stands and desktop units. We had these on display at MacWorld and so many people wanted the set up we decided to go ahead and order some to see how they sell. They include a nice little quicky release plate that you attach to the back of the iPad mini mount. We really like these little release plates because they work as a nice knob to hold on to the iPad mini if you just want to carry it around sharing stuff with folks. Then when you want to pop it on to the flexpod you just put the knob into the tripod head and lock it down and you're set.
These are compact enough to easily stuff in a bag on the go and they work just fine for cameras or any other mounts you have with a 1/4-20 threading. They can handle up to a compact digital camera and up to a mirrorless digital camera with smaller lenses. Full sized dSLRs are a bit too heavy for these.