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Edelkrone StandPLUS Reinvents the Tripod

by Conner Flynn
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Using a tripod can mean getting the perfect picture, but the problem is getting it set up in time to take that shot. Somebody finally built a better tripod. The tripod of the future coming soon, and it eliminates knobs, buttons, and those awkward extending legs. All of this means that it can be easily positioned in seconds.

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The StandPLUS camera stand from Edelkrone has a unique folding design that collapses down to just 20 inches long, but it can be raised to a height of around five feet. It has a compact footprint and unique flexibility. It also has unique pivoting hinges that can hold their position without having to loosen or tighten any knobs. To really understand how cool the StandPLUS really is, just check out the video below:

The stand supports a DSLR with a decent sized lens, though we are guessing that the amount of weight it can support depends on the angle you want to use it at. It’s going to be hard to use on uneven terrain, but is probably awesome for studio work.

It is a quantum leap for tripods, no doubt. You have to love that design. I just love how quickly it sets up.

[via Fstoppers via Gizmodo]

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