Fremont, California (EastBayDaily) — Santa Claus can give the gift of convenient picture taking with a new smartphone Tripod Mount small enough to fit in the pocket of his red suit. Square Jellyfish is adding to its line of helpful accessories with a new pocket-sized Tripod Mount that is available just in time for last-minute holiday shoppers. The Tripod Mount will be perfect for any smartphone photographer who wants to stabilize a phone for pictures or videos on a tripod.
Ideal for smartphone users on the go, the Square Jellyfish Tripod Mount is portable and easy to use. It can be mounted quickly to any tripod with a universal screw mount, or it can be mounted to Square Jellyfish’s own new Pocket Tripod. The unique flexibility of the Tripod Mount arms allows a smartphone to be positioned vertically, horizontally or even upside down to hold the phone steady to take a picture. The arms can accommodate virtually any smartphone and can expand large enough to even hold the new larger Galaxy Note II.
“While we just launched our Pocket Tripod for ease of use for photo enthusiasts in any setting, this Tripod Mount is a perfect complement to allow smartphone users the ability to have that same on-the-go use of their phone as a camera,” said Judie Kuhn, Square Jellyfish product manager. “This new product can mount any smartphone to a tripod and keep it steady for photo taking, yet it’s small enough to tuck in to a pocket, purse or bag without adding any weight or bulk to a trip.”
“Interested customers might want to print out the photo online and stuff it in a stocking for very last, last-minute gift giving. It certainly will be the ideal complement to the smartphone your loved one is already getting for the holidays,” Kuhn added.
The Square Jellyfish Tripod Mount has three arms which fold up to pocket size. It weighs only .8 ounces and measures 1.75” width x 2.75” length x .75” thickness. The product should be available by December 24 from Amazon.com; each Square Jellyfish Tripod Mount is $11.95.
The third in a new collection of consumer accessories with the Square Jellyfish label, this pocket-friendly Tripod Mount complements the first line of Square Jellyfish products, which were small cases to store Apple ear buds that double as a stand for a smartphone or tablet, and a Pocket Tripod to offer hands-free positioning of compact cameras. Designed in the U.S.A., Square Jellyfish patents are pending.
For more information and for photos demonstrating how the Square Jellyfish Pocket Tripod can be used with a variety of smartphones and positions, visit http://www.squarejellyfish.com
Sue Van Brocklin