Why Carry a Desktop Camera Tripod?


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I tend to have trouble using a camera when having to set it on my desk. What I need is something flexible – a desktop tripod! It would make the nightmares of getting the right angle go away. The Sunpack Mini-Spider Tripod will only cost you $2.00, so why wouldn’t you want one?

The tripod will hold both 35mm and digital cameras – compact ones, that is. It’s only 5″ long, and weighs a mere 2 ounces… making it a perfect travel companion no matter how light you have to pack. The tripod has three completely adjustable legs, each separate from the other. This makes it easy for you to adjust the tripod any-which-way to get your perfect shot!

This is a great thing to just throw in your camera bag or purse, especially if your camera cannot stand on its own like mine. You can find these in local stores for up to $20.00 – so be sure to get yours online for a fraction of the cost.

The Sunpack Mini-Spider Tripod is not a full-on tripod, but it does get the job done!

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