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Tripod Accessories Best Buy


Here's a look at my current favorite MagSafe accessories. Note that I've personally used all of the products listed below. Again, the unofficial MagSafe device offerings are fine if you're not concerned with charging speed (such as if you're charging overnight). We'll update this list as we discover new top accessories.




tripod accessories best buy


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Mophie's Powerstation Wireless Stand with MagSafe is currently only sold through Apple and Zagg, Mophie's parent company. It's not cheap, but it is a versatile 10,000-mAh battery battery with both a stand and MagSafe charger built in, and also has a threaded tripod mount at the bottom.


Clckr's new, trimmer Stand and Grip is one of my favorite MagSafe accessories. The accessory really sticks to the back of your MagSafe-enabled phone or MagSafe-enabled case and not only makes it easier to hold up your phone but when converted into a kickstand, it props up your device nicely in portrait or landscape mode for video calls or video watching.


The Anker 610 magnetic phone grip is one of the more affordable MagSafe accessories. It has a strong magnet and you can use the retractable ring to hold your phone securely in your hand or as a kickstand. It allows you to prop up your phone horizontally but not vertically. Some other MagSafe stands do both.


Joby makes bendable tripods for cameras and smartphones and its products are a staple of vloggers and other content creators. Sometimes it's a little cumbersome to get your phone out of their clamping mounts, which is what's appealing about the company's new MagSafe options. You can simply stick your phone to the mount; it adheres magnetically.


Joby is currently selling three GripTight for MagSafe accessories. There's a simple wall-mount option, a GripTight Mount for MagSafe that can be added to any GorillaPod (or tripod for that matter), as well as a bundle that includes a GorillaPod and GripTight Mount (arms for the GorillaPod are sold separately). All three new MagSafe options are also compatible with Joby's Wavo Mobile, Beamo Mini and RangePod accessories.


Moment makes a few different photography-oriented MagSafe accessories, including a couple of tripod mounts. With the Pro tripod mount you can choose to just use the magnets or lock your phone in for added security. This may not work as well with the larger Pro Max model, but the standard iPhone 14 and 14 Pro are lighter and are less likely to become detached (magnets are only so strong).


After evaluating more than 50 different tripods for iPhones, we bought the 11 best products currently available and tested them head-to-head to help you find the perfect smartphone photography solution. We took tons and tons of photos, comparing and scoring how easy each tripod is to set up and break down, how stable they are, and how compact they are, as well as their durability. Keep reading to see which tripod came out on top, which one is the most compact, and which is the most versatile.


If you're looking for a top-tier tripod for your smartphone, we think the Manfrotto PIXI Mini Tripod Kit is the clear choice. This model is exceptionally portable, easy to use, and takes under a minute to set up before it's holding your phone securely in position. The PIXI has a standard " threaded mount, which makes it directly compatible with most DSLRs, as well as an included smartphone clamp and a GoPro mount. Even better, the included smartphone holder can double as a phone stand when detached from the tripod. The tripod feels quite solid and packs down small enough to easily fit in a purse or backpack.


The PIXI, however, is a rather diminutive product, meaning that you will need to set it on a table or other object for the vast majority of your photos. This makes it considerably less versatile than a full-extension tripod model. Of course, if you mainly shoot indoors, this may be a non-issue. All in all, we think the user-friendly and highly portable PIXI is the best choice for most people hoping to take their smartphone photography to the next level.


For a deluxe option for your next smartphone photo or video shooting session, check out the Neewer Ring Light Kit. This tripod has just about all the bells and whistles you could hope for, including an 18" dimmable ring light with diffusers. It extends to 61 inches and feels decently durable, securely holding your phone even when it's extended to full height. It provides very even light, includes both white and orange color filters, and didn't induce any LED flicker in any of our test videos, making it a great choice for recording your next video or vlog.


Our first recommendation for a convenient and versatile tripod on a budget is the UBeesize Tripod S. This inexpensive model uses three segmented legs to provide flexible support for your phone. You can wrap these legs around objects or bend them to any angle to achieve the position you need, making the UBeesize exceptionally versatile and a great travel option. Setup is quick and straightforward, and this model includes a Bluetooth remote for remote shutter functions and a threaded post for mounting to a DSLR or other camera.


The UBeesize 60-Inch Tripod is the product that we would recommend to anyone who wants a smartphone tripod that is tall enough to shoot photos at eye level when set on the ground. This model is exceptionally easy to use and set up, and it folds up fairly small while offering comparable height to a traditional tripod. It usually retails at a budget price, is reasonably compact and lightweight, and includes a carrying case, meaning that it won't be a big hassle to take on your next trip.


If you're seeking a simple, stable tabletop tripod that won't break the bank, the Square Jellyfish Jelly Grip Mount is a very viable option. This exceptionally compact and easy-to-use tripod sets up in seconds and is one of our favorite options for taking smartphone photos. It seems reasonably durable and can quickly be stowed away in a pocket or purse when not in use. You can even repurpose this product to serve as an adapter to make a traditional tripod compatible with a smartphone.


This tiny tripod needs to be set on a table or other solid item for most photos, so it's not quite as versatile as a flexible leg tripod that can be wrapped around poles or railings. Its plastic construction also doesn't feel as durable as comparable metal options. Despite these flaws, we think it's a great value option to elevate the quality of your smartphone photos, and we highly recommend it to anyone shopping on a budget.


The Joby GorillaPod 3K Kit is a solid smartphone tripod that is very versatile, though it can be somewhat difficult to use. The three flexible legs can wrap around objects and offer a wide range of adjustments to help you set up the perfect shot. It's also DSLR-compatible and seems built to last. It took almost no time to set up, and the built-in level is a huge help when adjusting the legs. Although it's portable enough to fit into a large backpack or purse, you'll definitely notice it while walking around.


We noticed, however, that the flexible legs are a little unwieldy and can take some practice to get set up stably and securely. This tripod is also so short that you will need to put it on a table or wrap it around a taller object if you want to take photos at eye level. It's a great option if you like tripods with flexible legs and want a burly one, but otherwise, you might be served better by some of the other options out there.


The Joby GripTight ONE Micro Stand is an exceptionally compact and portable tripod that can easily fit in a purse, pocket, or even a keyring. It's a high-quality stand with an aluminum ball head that seems like it can take some abuse, and it's incredibly fast and easy to set up. Although it is one of the most portable options we've tried to date, it's also one of the most limited.


The GripTight ONE Micro Stand is just barely a step above a smartphone stand, in our minds. It can't hold a typical DSLR, collapsing under the weight of anything more than a phone or a small point-and-shoot camera. Its short stature also limits your shooting, requiring you to place it on a table or other stand if you're trying to take photos close to eye level, though you can remove the adapter and add it to a traditional tripod. It's a good choice if you want a bare-bones ultralight tripod, but the lack of features limits its usefulness otherwise.


The DaVoice Cell Phone Tripod Adapter Mount is a good option if you are attached to your current tripod and don't want to purchase a separate smartphone-specific model. Sporting a standard " threaded adapter, the DaVoice easily connects to most tripods. Its spring clamp phone mount should be able to handle devices anywhere from 2.17" to 3.37", and it features rubberized padding to hold it securely in place and to reduce the chance of scratching your phone. This spring clamp system means it takes only seconds to install your phone, so it can be attached to most tripods in less than a minute.


Unfortunately, the DaVoice doesn't feel very durable to us, and its components don't inspire confidence. Both the spring clamp system and the rubber pull tab seem like they have the potential to wear out fairly quickly. It's an alright option if you're looking for an inexpensive way to make your existing tripods compatible with a smartphone, but otherwise, we would suggest a different tripod for most people.


In theory, the BZE 40-Inch Selfie Stick seems like a good design, but we feel it has been executed somewhat poorly. This combination tripod/selfie stick is decently versatile. In tripod mode, it offers almost enough height for you to get away with setting it on the ground and passing as an acceptable selfie stick. It folds down into a reasonably compact package that isn't too bad to carry around and has a remote for triggering the shutter.


Unfortunately, that's about all the nice things we can say about the BZE. We think the construction seems very shoddy, with the tripod seemingly fighting you whenever you try to extend or collapse it. We also saw plenty of other users complaining about the connection between the remote and the phone or the remote battery failing to charge. We also found that the telescoping portion collapses under the weight of a DSLR. All in all, we think this is a fairly mediocre product that might work if you're shopping for a combo product or on a tight budget, but that's about it. 041b061a72


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