HandlePod is a Versatile Action Cam Accessory

Action cams are everywhere, especially GoPro—the original and still leader of the pack. They do a great job capturing footage from a skydiver’s helmet, a surfboard, a ski pole or any fast moving device you can stick them to. Google GoPro on YouTube and you will find endless hours of amazing action scenes. Most footage is shot by attaching the camera to some moving object.

Use HandlePod for Shake-Free Hand Held Video

Use HandlePod to stabilize action cam video

HandlePod provides a solid grip for stable hand held video using GoPro or any action cam.

But what if you want to hold the camera and physically move and point it by hand? That’s where HandlePod provides a definite advantage. Action cams are incredibly small, difficult to grip and hard to hold steady. HandlePod provides a comfortable handle that you can grip firmly for solid, shake-free video.

It is a versatile alternative when you want to shoot hand held without camera shake. All that’s needed is a tripod adaptor mount which is available for GoPro or any other action cam that can be mounted on a tripod.

It’s More Than Just a Handle

GoPro and HandlePod on ear view mirror.

Attach HandlePod with GoPro to the rear view mirror for action car cam video.

But HandlePod will do much more for GoPro or any other action cam. In addition to providing a comfortable handle, it can also be used to attach an action camera to a variety of objects. The versatile elastic cord can be used to tie the HandlePod to just about anything you can wrap the cord around. It stretches to over four feet to accommodate large objects.

If a flat surface is available HandlePod will sit on the level like a mini-tripod. You can also attach it to a wall, window or dashboard with just a strip of duct tape. HandlePod provides the same function and versatility as many of the accessories available with GoPro or other action cams.

Put your action cam on HandlePod—a pocket-size, four-ounce accessory that offers so much more.

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