Pakpod is perhaps the most versatile than any other tripod found in today’s market. Why? Because it has “Ninja” feet. What this means is that the tripod will be able to cling in many surfaces for those versatile shooting angles that you must have. It weighs less than a pound and constructed with the same durable materials found on bikes and ski helmets. Furthermore, it can easily be stashed away inside your backpack as it does not take up too much space.
Get Those Hard -to-Get Shots With Pakpod
The Pakpod is easy to pull out of your bag and equally simple to setup. It is the first tripod that lets you stake it securely into grass, sand, dirt, and snow. This ground-breaking new tool will help shutterbugs capture those shots that would otherwise be a difficult challenge for standard tripods on the market.
You may be wondering, “Why stakes?” Well, here’s another question – why not? These stakes can help secure, and even stabilize your gear. However, these stakes do more than just help you stick the tripod into the ground. Each stake can serve a different purpose.
The slotted Standard Stake will make a great “jam cleat” for bungee cords and 1/4-20 bolts fit through it comfortably. There is also the Safe Stake that is just about perfect for those aspiring photographers and film makers. Lastly, the Quarter-20 Stake has two 1/4-20 threaded holes that can be used for attaching many types of accessories with the greatest of ease.
So how does the Pakpod tripod work? Well, it is simple to use but it’s not just about putting your camera on top of the device then jamming it into the ground. First, there is a twist locking knob that users have to rotate counterclockwise to free all the three legs. Then, when the legs are free, users can adjust the position of these legs. Turn the knob clockwise once again to lock the legs in place.
To extend each leg, wraps your fingers around the leg. The press the lower ribbed part of the button found on the leg to extend it. Then, while holding the button down, slide the leg in or out to adjust its length. Release the button to lock the leg’s length securely in place.
The Pakpod can support weights of up to 11-pounds or about 5-kilograms. It can be used with action cameras, smartphones, handheld cameras, and even DSLRs.