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The GripTight Pro 2 also features attachment points and a cold-shoe mount for adding accessories such as lights or a microphone for added versatility. Regular tripods and even travel tripods are too big and bulky for a smartphone shooter; they’ll negate the main advantage of a smartphone, which is that it lets you travel light. Many tripods and adapter mounts are available for Android and iPhone smartphones, to improve their use in photography. Most of the smartphone or iphone tripod mounts have a spring-loaded design and are not device-specific.
The Rollei Compact Traveler No. 1 Carbon is a great, sturdy travel tripod for serious travel photography. The included handgrip will screw into the ¼” screw mount on the S1 and is made of a sturdy aluminum. The S1 itself is made from plastic but feels robust enough to handle most situations and will hold your Smartphone firmly in place.The accessories attach via two additional GorillaPod arms, giving you complete control over positioning. There are also additional cold-shoe mounts for adding on extra accessories and even a GoPro style action camera mount.
The ring light can be adjusted to produce different settings and tones, while the phone holder expands to fit a variety of different models. It also can be rotated, giving you options to stream in whichever orientation you desire.While the legs are made of aluminium there’s still a fair amount of plastic in its build. While it may not be quite up to pro standards it’s more than sturdy enough to stabilise your smartphone, and can even be used with compact system cameras The S1 holds the Smartphone in place by a clamp with rubber inlays to make sure your mobile is not scratched or damaged when clamped. It will adjust between 48mm to 93mm in width which will fit even the largest of Smartphones. You do this by adjusting the dial at the top. This can take a little time but you can speed up the process by holding down the spring-loaded top part of the clamp with one finger and turning the dial with the other.
For a start, they can give even the best cameraphones new abilities in low light, allowing them to get the sharpest shot in murky conditions. They can also give your smartphone photos a new perspective, allowing them to shoot from right down on the ground, or in some cases from awkward angles. And they're also useful for arty compositions, such as giving water a dreamy appearance by slowing the shutter speed right down, and for time-lapses too.As previously mentioned, different types of phone tripods suit different needs. We will look at the three most common ones and recommend the best we’ve found from each type.