Unlike the Xiaomi Mi Selfie Stick Tripod, the mobile phone holder of the Yunteng Selfie Stick Tripod Stand doesn’t rotate. So if you want to switch between portrait and landscape, you have to unscrew the holder, rotate it, and screw it back again.
Instead of getting a projector stand for my LUMOS Auro Home Projector which is more expensive, I decided to get a projector tray instead and make use of my existing tripod.
I bought this OEM projector tray that can be mounted on a tripod on Lazada for S$14.87. It ships from China, and hence shipping is an additional cost of S$2.20.
This Waterproof Monopod For GoPro is actually an imitation of the Vicdozia Monopod For GoPro.
The pole of the monopod is made of plastic, whereas the original Vicdozia is made of aluminum.
GoPro Shorty retails for S$54 on Lazada, a 10% discount from the recommended retail price of S$60.
During this Chrismas season, from 27th November 2018 till 1st January 2019, Xiaomi is having Christmas promotions for some of their products.
I have been wanting to get the Xiaomi Mi Selfie Stick Tripod. But the retail price of S$28.90 makes me put that thought on hold as I don’t think it is worth so much.
Glif is a tripod mount for smartphones by Studio Neat.
The first-generation Glif was launched on Kickstarter on 4th October 2010 where it raised US$137,417 from 5,273 backers out of their initial goal US$10,000.
The GoPro 3-Way is retailing for S$100 in Singapore.
Similar to the GoPro Jaws (Flex Clamp) and GoPro The Handler (Floating Hand Grip), I got the GoPro 3-Way from Amazon for US$69.99 (S$94). For the GoPro 3-Way, it is only slightly cheaper which is about S$5 but it still qualifies for the AmazonGlobal Saver free shipping.
As mentioned in my GoPro HERO4 Black Edition’s post, GoPro doesn’t use the standard tripod mount unlike the Sony HDRAS20 Action Video Camera, and hence if you want to mount it to a tripod, you got to get the GoPro Tripod Mounts which is retailing for S$20.
I got mine from Click! by Max Photo which is located at Funan DigitalLife Mall #04-15. They do accept CapitaVoucher and I used my CapitaVouchers that my ex-colleagues gave it to me as a farewell present.
Despite selfie being so popular last year, I don’t own a selfie stick myself. And hence when I was in Hong Kong last December, I am determined to get a good one.
I chanced upon the Yunteng Monopod Selfie Stick in SIMCITY (47-51 Shantung Street, Mongkok, Kowloon) and it was the best quality selfie stick that I can find within a budget of S$20. In fact, it cost only HK$98 (S$17).
Announcing the winner of the Breffo Adventure Camera Tripod Giveaway which I held back on 30th October 2014.
She is Alisa with this winning comment: