Manfrotto Modopocket

The Manfrotto Modopocket tripod is probably the most useful accessory in my photo bag (and it’s the only Manfrotto product I can afford).

Manfrotto Modopocket

Technically speaking, Modopocket is not a tripod, but a cleverly engineered foldable stand for stabilizing your camera. The clever part? You can attach Modopocket to your camera and just leave it there. The tripod weighs a mere 50 grams, and once folded, it doesn’t take up much space. Better yet, Modopocket sports its own mount thread, so you can use your camera with a regular tripod without removing Modopocket.

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