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Celly Flexible Tripod for DSLR, 31cm High, 3kg Payload

The Celly Flexible DSLR Tripod has bendy legs which lets you to apply it to any type of surface, allowing you to take your photos and videos in any conditions & with the maximum stability.

Use it with smartphones up to 6.2", or with cameras equipped with a ¼" thread.

The adjustable head also allows you to adjust the position of your device: 360° horizontally and 90° vertically.

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Celly Flexible Tripod for DSLR, 31cm High, 3kg Payload

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The Celly Flexible DSLR Tripod has bendy legs which lets you to apply it to any type of surface, allowing you to take your photos and videos in any conditions & with the maximum stability.

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