Pro Stand Phone or Camera Stand with Teal Extension Pole
Special edition features a teal extension pole
Patented phone holder expands to 3.9 inches wide
For phones, pico/mini projectors, and small to medium-size cameras
Fits ALL phones including iPhone 13 12 Galaxy S21 S20 Note 20
2 year limited warranty
This special edition of Arkon’s popular Pro Stand features a teal-colored extension pole for a fun and fresh look in making high-quality DIY video tutorials or instructional videos in an overhead or front-facing position. The Pro Stand securely holds your iPhone or Android phone, digital camera, or pico- or mini-style projector on flat surfaces such as counters or tables. It is widely used by crafting, cake or cookie decorating, epoxy art, ceramics and pottery, and lettering communities. Included in the box are the universal phone holder, the 1/4”-20 threaded camera or mini projector adapter, and the metal stand with teal extension pole, overhead arm assembly, and weighted base. The stand’s overhead arm assembly includes three highly-adjustable shafts attached to swivel ball adapters. Loosening the knobs on the three shafts allows you to position the phone holder in nearly any position up to 43 inches tall, or down to just inches off the table surface. The teal aluminum extension pole of the stand is height adjustable from 17 inches to 29 inches tall. The mount arm extends out to 12.5 inches for an unobstructed view of what you’re filming (if in the overhead view position). The stand’s 4.5 pound weighted base can be placed on any flat surface. The stand holds phones measuring up to 3.9 inches wide, including Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XS, iPhone XR, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Note 20, Note 10, and Note 9, Galaxy S21+, S21, S20+, S20, and S10. The Pro Stand is not suggested for use with heavy-duty DSLR cameras.
This product may expose you to chemicals, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov