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iPhone tripod collection for camera and videos

When the iPhone was first released the camera was not a major feature, since then certain social networks made a huge point of sharing photos, the iPhone has become the most popular camera device.

Apple has made vast improvements to its smartphone camera, but in some circumstances you need to use third-party gadgets in order to take better photos and videos.

How many photos or more importantly videos have you taken where they have been a little wobbly? Thankfully, there is a way to achieve far better results, and that is by using a tripod.

This iPhone tripod collection will give you the photos and videos you have been hoping for, and the best thing is they are no more than $20.

The first is the ATC Universal Tripod Phone Holder, which is perfect for an iPhone, and is the adapter needed in order to attach a tripod to your handset. Who knew Amazon would offer such a gadget for so cheap?

Next up we have the Case Star Octopus Tripod, which can be yours for just $8.99. While this product does not have suckers, the arms can be manipulated in order to stand upright, or grip itself around things, which means you can take photos or make videos for a range of different places and angles.

Finally, we have the Tripod Bundle, which not only comes with the universal holder, but a standard tripod as well. This may not be able to attach itself at funny angles, but it does what it needs to. The price for this is just $11.59.

These are just a few options, and if you would like some tips on using a camera tripod in a crowd, then you need to study this article from In Entertainment.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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