Four mobile tripods make telecommuting and photography easy

The mobile phone is a tool for daily use that, after the confinement of last March 2020, may also have become one of the most solvent tools to work with. It can be us useful for a video call, some intervention or even if we need to photograph / record something.

In an industry where the camera is increasingly important, and manufacturers try to make their terminal stand out in that section, it may be that having a bad pulse or living alone makes it more complicated some work or leisure tasks. Therefore, the tripod is an accessory that, although simple, can be very useful.

It can be used from a fixed point in the same room, so that it is only necessary to place the mobile phone every time we have a video call. Or it can be moved as needed, helping to give better results.

Factors to take into account

There are not many issues to consider before buying a mobile tripod, but there are some points that can be reviewed:

  • You don’t need a big budget. These tripods generally do not require a large outlay, as many inexpensive options carry accessories such as Bluetooth remote controls and are of good quality.
  • Types tripod. We can distinguish between: octopus, which has flexible legs and is especially useful to adapt it to any surface; monopod, which are stick-shaped; and the standard, which is the one that is held on three rigid legs.
  • Compatibility. Although most mobile tripods are compatible with almost all models, it is advisable to see the dimensions. This is because many of them use a kind of “clamp” to hold the terminal, so it adapts according to the mobile.

1. PEMOTech

For between 25 and 20 euros, the tripod of PemoTech It is one of the most complete and has recently been updated. It has a universal mount, so it is compatible with most devices and, in addition, it also comes with adapters for cameras and GoPro.

The legs can be extended from 48 to 127 centimeters (50 inches), 10 centimeters more if we add the mobile adapter. It also has a remote control that, when connected via Bluetooth, is valid for both iOS and Android.

2. Alfort Mini Tripod

We may just be looking for a small tripod, which can practically be carried in your pocket. In this case, the Alfort mini tripod may be the best option. For between 5 and 10 euros, is a flexible tripod that practically does not weigh and supports up to 1 kilogram of weight.

It measures about 28 centimeters (plus 14 centimeters for the mobile holder) and although it does not have extendable legs, it is very useful to adapt it to any situation.

This tripod also has a base that rotates on a fixed axis, allowing it to be straightened when placed on a sloping surface, for example. Like the previous one, it has its own Bluetooth remote with a range of 10 meters.

3. Autoyet Tripod

Although selfie sticks seem to have gone out of style, monopod tripods are a great option that combines stability, mobility and, in addition, they take up little space. For between 20 and 24 euros, the BlitzWolf tripod is the alternative for those who want to optimize space.

This tripod can be placed very easily on a desk or a piece of furniture without taking up almost any space. The mobile support extends from 5.5 to 9 centimeters, so there will be few models that are left out (especially if we only want to use it horizontally).

In this case too, we have a Bluetooth remote control with both iOS and Android. Although the manufacturer itself warns that the current model is not compatible with iOS 13.4.

4. Vicloon

By last, for between 12 and 15 euros, an alternative for those who are only looking for a tripod and little else. The Vicloon tripod is a simple and very cheap option, between 12 and 15 euros, with a height of between 34 and 106 centimeters.

It is a tripod that feels resistant, having aluminum finishes, and that is compatible with both mobile phones (thanks to an adapter) and sports cameras. Although it must be taken into account that it holds up to 1.5 kilograms.

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