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Miggo Splat DSLR And Compact Flexible Tripods Review

Miggo Splat DSLR And Compact Flexible Tripods Review - We take a look at Miggo's Splat tripods, which are available for DSLRs, compacts and GoPro cameras.

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Miggo Splat Flexible Tripod in Tripods, Monopods and Other Supports



Splat Flexible Tripod
 

The Miggo Splat is a flexible and compact tripod designed for allowing you to balance your camera on uneven surfaces or perch it in a tree for an alternative viewing angle. Here, we take a look at the DSLR and Compact / GoPro versions. The Splat is currently only available in bright blue. 

Miggo Splat Features

Both the larger DSLR Splat and the smaller compact camera / GoPro Splat are made from silicone with an inner flexible metal skeleton making them really pliable. 

Each also has a brass screw, which connects the tripod to the camera via its tripod socket. If you want to use the Splat with a GoPro, then a special mount is provided. 

Highres Miggo DSLR In Hand 1450176527
 

The DSLR Splat has 3 legs, while the smaller Splat for compacts and GoPros has 5. Both have a hole for the screw head in one of the feet, so the camera can be elevated if you're wrapping the tripod around something. 

The tripod's feet all feature patterned silicone for extra grip on slippy surfaces. The Splat DSLR has a max weight load of 1.5KG while the Splat Compact / GoPro has a max weight load of 500g.

Highres Miggo Small In Hand 1450176532
 

Both tripods are designed so that they can also wrap around the camera when it's not in use and can also be used as a handle for a more stable grip when shooting video. 

Key Features

  • Silicone and flexible stainless steel skeleton
  • Camera can be mounted in the middle or on one of the legs 
  • Large grippy feet
  • Can be used with virtually any camera with a tripod socket

Highres Miggo DSLR On Bannister 1450176528

 



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altitude50 14 13.6k United Kingdom
23 Dec 2015 4:50PM
This looks to be very useful. However I think I'll wait and see if it comes out in black or dark green colour.

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