Aside from a new microSD card, one of the first things that I looked for after I got the Akaso V50 Pro was a small camera tripod. So I went over to Amazon and searched for one.
I needed something that was flexible, lightweight and one that wasn’t too expensive. After a few minutes of browsing through Amazon, I came across the Lammcou camera tripod. It was selling for $27.99 CAD and aside from the budget-friendly price, it also had a 4.5 star rating with over 1,400+ user ratings/reviews.
After reading the reviews, I went ahead and purchased it. Since I was an Amazon Prime member, it was eligible for Prime shipping and I received the Lammcou camera tripod a couple of days later.
The box and overall packaging are very nice and premium-looking. The Lammcou camera tripod comes with two mounting holders – one for the GoPro and another one for smartphones.
BUILD & DESIGN
For the camera tripod itself, the manufacturer says that it is made from high-quality materials to ensure durability. From the looks and feel of it, I can say that it is true. The movable parts especially the plastic parts don’t feel flimsy or cheap.
The same goes for the rubberized legs. It doesn’t gather a lot of dust and doesn’t leave residue on your hands when you handle it.
The Lammcou camera tripod has a built-in 1/4″ DSLR adapter, making it compatible with most DSLR cameras. I’ve used it for my old and trusty Canon EOS Digital Rebel T1i DSLR.
As mentioned earlier, it comes with two mounting holders. The GoPro mounting holder makes it compatible with the GoPro and most action cameras available in the market. Meanwhile, the smartphone mounting holder has a maximum width of 4.1″, making it compatible with most smartphones.
The Lammcou camera tripod has been excellent and has not only met my expectations but even exceeded them. It does everything I needed and wanted for a flexible camera tripod.
Trying out the tripod on top of the door
You can also use it as a selfie stick
Works even when it’s attached horizontally
I’ve used it on several different occasions and it has proven to be very useful and versatile. I brought it with me during our recent trip to Europe and it’s perfect for traveling because it’s lightweight and doesn’t take up that much space.
Overall, I’m very satisfied with the Lammcou camera tripod and I don’t regret buying it. If you’re looking for a good, durable and reliable flexible camera tripod, I recommend you check it out. It’s a nice and cheap alternative to the Joby GorillaPod.
Do you own a flexible camera tripod? What brand is it? Anyone else owns a Lammcou camera tripod? If you have any comments or questions regarding this product, feel free to leave a comment below. Thank you and have a great day!