Specially designed for Nebula Capsule and compatible with all kinds of projectors like Pico Projector, Pocket Projector, and Mini Projector.
360°rotation and 90°tilt adjustable angle ensure your every need for projector entertainment
Extends to 15.7” inches and easy to operate. Satisfy your all kinds of needs for watching movies through projector
I went for this one after watching YouTube videos, like many of you.
First the good points, this tripod is well built and will probably last you a long time if you use it with small point and shoot cameras and phones. It is light enough and small enough that you can throw it in your backpack and take it with you everywhere. It doubles as a selfie stick; just extend it and fold the legs.
So why did I give it 3 stars? For $50 price and advertised weight limit of 5KG, I expected it to be more sturdy and stable. As I mentioned earlier, it works fine with point and shoot cameras ( I tried with RX100 V), but it cannot hold a real camera and lens even when the whole setup is significantly less than the advertised weight limit. I tried my full frame Sony mirror less camera with a 24-105 zoom lens. The camera and the lens were less than 2 KG total, and although it was technically able to hold the camera, it felt very flimsy. I had to place the legs very carefully, so it didn't topple on its side under the camera weight. To me it just doesn't feel sturdy and stable to hold anything bigger than a point and shoot camera and maybe 1 KG in weight. I don't want to risk damaging my photography gear with this tripod, so I will return it and look for something else.
Just wanted to share my experience. Hope you will find it useful.
Adjustable Tripod for Capsule
My fault but I thought it was going to be much taller
I needed and compact and sturdy tripod for my travel projector. It fits perfect in my assault bag and it’s built like a rock.
For the price of the projector this should come with it. Not worth the extra money if you can find a similar stand cheaper that is bigger. Lacking height and very unstable compared to other similar tripods I've used for cameras. Only about a foot and a half tall with Nebula mounted to it.