The Octopus is an ideal accessory for ZOOM video conferencing
It s a fact of photographic life that most people who carry a camera do not carry a tripod. That is because they are usually considered to be bulky, awkward to store and generally in the way when not in use. However, it’s accepted wisdom that using a tripod really does enhance the quality of your photographs.
The OCTOPUS minipod is flexible, lightweight and compact with a smartphone adaptor and is strong enough to support weights of up to 3kg.
CLICK HERE to read Barry Clark’s review of the Octopus.
Ultra flex legs with rubbery grips for added security, this small minipod can be used as a phone tripod, GoPro tripod or DSLR tripod. It allows you the freedom to record videos or photos from just about anywhere & at just about any angle.
Lightweight, compact & strong – Constructed from lightweight materials, the Octopus is designed to take total loads up to 3 kg. The Octopus folds away neatly allowing you to have it with you at all times.
Complete with a mobile phone adapter, this mini pod is the go anywhere, shoot anything accessory. The 360 degree rotation ball and socket head can be used with any camera (up to 3kg weight), phone or go-pro.
The head can be removed to use any preferred head – but don’t forget the weight limit.
By rotating the collar at the base of the ball head you can adjust the legs to 2 different angles. Rubber feet help prevent slippage on smooth surfaces.
The flexible, stable and waterproof legs can easily be mounted onto any structure, for example, a tree, fence, bike, furniture, almost anything you can wrap its legs around to get that ‘must have’ shot!
Ideal when using your smartphone on Zoom calls – stable image for your friends to see and frees you up to enjoy the conversation.
Holds your smartphone horizontally or vertically.
The Octopus will support the largest of DSLRs – up to a total weight of 3.0kg.
Hangs around anywhere and with wifi/bluetooth control of your DSLR, sit back for that magic picture.
Strong and superbly engineered.
Enjoy this seven minute detailed review of the Octopus by Jack Cole on his YouTube channel with 192,000 subscribers.