Insignia Flexible Mini Tripod (NS-SFLX6B-C) - Black - Only at Best Buy

Model Number: NS-SFLX6B-C
Web Code: 10370509

Overview

Get creative with your photography thanks to the Insignia 6" flexible tripod. This tripod features a ball head with a standard 1/4" mounting screw for simple attachment of your small camera or camcorder. The flexible foam-rubber legs let you position your camera in creative ways and the rubber feet provide optimal stability on smooth surfaces.
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  • Features a ball head with a standard 1/4" mounting screw for simple attachment of your small camera or camcorder
  • Flexible foam-rubber legs let you position your camera in creative ways
  • Rubber feet offer stability when placed on smooth surfaces
Tripod Type
Mini Tripod
Maximum Supported Weight
0.8 kg
Placement Type
Desk
Colour
Black
Material
Plastic

Head

Head Type
Ball/Socket
Quick Release Plate
No
Thread Size
1/4-20

Legs

Maximum Height (Centre Up)
12.5 cm
Maximum Height (Centre Down)
12.5 cm
Minimum Height
7 cm
Folded Length
15 cm
Independent Leg Positioning
No
Fixed Leg Angles
Any Angle
Number of Leg Sections
1
Type of Leg Locks
No
Leg Grips / Insulation
Yes
Feet Spikes
No
Horizontal Centre Column Mode
No
Centre Column Movement Type
No
Stabilizing Hook
No

Additional Information

Spirit / Bubble Levels
0
Weight
0.05 kg
  • Manual

  • Works but it is what it is. A cheap plastic tripod
    by

    from  on September 13, 2019

    Works well enough for the price i paid for it. It's cheap plastic but as long as you aren't being super forceful it won't break. Works more as a grip or basic tripod than a wrapping mount. You want to flex the legs around a pole,get a Joby. Need something to hold a camera steady on a desk? This will do the job.


  • Horrible product
    by

    from Toronto on April 13, 2019

    Bought this last week and tried to mould it to my requirement to put it on my table. A bent on of the legs to change the angle and the leg broke. That was the second day after i bought the "tripod" (bipod now)


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