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Quik Pod Extendable Tripod

Quik Pod Extendable Tripod - The Quik Pod extendable tripod has appeared on Oprah Winfrey's O List this month and is also soon set to appear on QVC.

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Press Release: Quik Pod

Quik Pod, the world's first hand-held extendable tripod, has been selected by Oprah Winfrey's O List – her guide to must-haves she thinks are great.

Perfect for Spring travel and holiday family photos, with Quik Pod no one is left out of the picture, not even the photographer! Families and people on vacation will appreciate this versatile tool for taking better pictures and videos. Fully extended, Quik Pod can be used for self-portraits or for overhead shots at parades and concerts. When not in use it fits easily into your pocket or purse!

Inventor Wayne Fromm invented the Quik Pod to solve the problem of having to ask strangers to take his family photos while travelling. He will be demonstrating the Quik Pod the QVC Electronics Today segment on March 12th.

Quik Pod, the compact, lightweight (less than 3.5 ounces) hand-held extendable tripod converts from hand-held to table-top use for larger group photos. There are Quik Pod models for point and shoot, DSLR and waterproof cameras. They all feature a built in self-positioning mirror

to centre each shot. This allows the photographer to be included and centred in photos and videos without asking strangers to operate their camera. The photographer has control rather than handing their camera over to a stranger.

For larger cameras there is the Quik Pod DSLR for cameras and camcorders up to 8lbs. in weight. The Quik Pod DSLR converts from hand-held to monopod in seconds, weighs only 9 ounces, and extends the reach by 53in. Perfect for paparazzi moments.

Both the point and shoot as well as DSLR model attach to any camera or camcorder using a standard tripod socket.

For more information please visit the Quik Pod website.

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