Extendable Self-Portrait Monopod
No need to link the bluetooth ,3.5mm audio jack.
No need to charge, Do not need to worry about the electricity in the long journey .
universal IOS Android Smart Phone.
Anti-shake when take photos, comfort to use, no tired feeling.
Portable, light and flexible, practical
Attaching phone or sport camera tripod mount for quickly and easily in photos and videos.
Camera interface: Universal 1/4 screw
Material: stainless steel
Extending size: Approx. 100cm
Retracting size: Approx. 22cm
Maximum load: 500g
Thumb screw locks for multiple angle shooting with 180 degrees position
Tripod Mount -M Size
Adjustable bracket suitable for most small digital cameras, smart phone and mp4, GPS
Its quick access mount lets you instantly swap devices
Standard 1/4" tripod hole
Extending size: Approx. 85mm
Retracting size: Approx. 55mm
Not suitable for Note 2,Note 3, S4, S5 (or any phone or drive's width are not between 55mm to 85mm)
How to use ?
Note that the Android OS is an open system with no unified standard. Some mobile phone manufacturers use the standard Android OS but others modify it to their own preferences. Even the same brand of may use different versions of the Android OS on different models in their line. The monopod supports most of the mainstream Android systems of release 4.2 or higher. Please try the following steps if you have issues.For Samsung phones, open the Camera Settings and change the function of the Volume button to Camera / Capture.
---Open the Camera
---Click on the Gear icon to access the settings
---Click on the "Volume Key"
---Select the "Camera Key" option
---Select "Capture" option
please set volume botton +/- of your phone to take photos. Here is the setting
3.For other Android smart phone which system Above 4.2.2, try to install an [APP Camera360] in google market, we do not promise it can work with this product, please well note before buy!
Download camera360 ultimate from the google play store.
---Open the camera360, go to "Settings" and then "Advanced settings."
---Open the Volume functions.
If the shutter release button on the monopod does not take a photo on your cell phone, please try the following:
Check to see that the monopod's plug is fully inserted into the headphone jack, especially if your cell phone is in a case. See if taking the phone out of the case makes a difference in the consistency of the connection.
Check the monopod with another cell phone to see if the monopod itself is working properly. for iPhones work in default mode with the monopod, so that's the easiest one to use for testing.
Check to see that the buttons on the side of the phone are not being pressed down by the cell phone clamp.
Check to see that the "Press" button on rubber sleeve is making proper contact with the shutter release micro-switch underneath it. If it has rotated or shifted, gently rotate the rubber sleeve until it makes good contact.
Check the version of the cell phone’s OS and assure that it meets the minimum requirements as shown above.