This Awesome Credit Card-Sized iPhone Tripod Blew Me Away

Sometimes the simplest things are the most useful, but rarely something makes me shake my head at how clever and cool it is like the Pocket Tripod 360º has. I keep thinking "why didn't someone do this before" and "what a great idea that I wish I'd thought of." I'm still blown away that the angle is adjustable like… »6/18/13 11:54am6/18/13 11:54am


Joby's Gogo is Grippy Gorillapod Tripod for All Your Portable Gear

Joby's taken it's mighty camera-supporting flexible tripod the Gorillapod »9/05/08 4:05am9/05/08 4:05am and tweaked it to support more than just cameras and lenses. The new Go-Go has interchangeable adapters at its tip, meaning it's good for nearly all your portable gear. There's still the standard camera tripod mount, but now it also comes with a…

Keychain-Sized Camera Mount Helps Capture Those Special Moments

According to the manufacturer's website, the Manfrotto 797 Modo Pocket Camera Mount is billed as "the worlds smallest tripod," which is a bit disconcerting seeing how it only has two legs. Nonetheless, it appears to be a cool little device. The hinged design allows you to adjust camera angles, and it is small enough… »1/11/08 4:00pm1/11/08 4:00pm

QuikPod for DSLRs Announced: Take the Best Self-Portraits Ever

When the original QuickPod was released late last year for point-and-shoot cameras, it seemed a little quirky. Now that a new version for digital SLRs has been announced, it still seems a little quirky, but I can't deny that it would prove useful for taking self-portraits. It can also be used as a standard monopod as… »11/29/07 5:00pm11/29/07 5:00pm

Sony Ericsson IPK100: Make your Amateur Cameraphone Pics Look Less, well, Amateur

Sony Ericsson's IPK-100 phone kit includes a micro-tripod with flexible legs and friction feet for its Cyber-shot range of camerphones. Also in the kit is a branded protective case for your phone that can be attached to your belt (always a good look, I feel). No pricing as yet, but it should be onsale in the next… »3/15/07 10:02am3/15/07 10:02am