HandlePod Supports Smartphone for Time Lapse Video

Use HandlePod for Time Lapse Video on Smartphones

Smartphone on HandlePod for time lapse traffic

HandlePod supports a smartphone on a large lamp post for time lapse video.

Smartphones will shoot impressive time lapse video using an app like Frame Lapse Pro. But it is essential to keep the camera absolutely stable. HandlePod plus a tripod adapter such as the Adjustable Glif provides the level of stability needed for time lapse. And HandlePod will attach to large objects easily. Here the HandlePod is secured to a light standard that is three feet around! The supplied elastic cord will stretch to nearly fifty inches so large supports are no problem.

But what if you want to steady your smartphone on something even larger, like a building? Easy! Just hold the HandlePod against the support object with your hand. Keep a light, steady pressure and record time lapse for as long as you like. City traffic, moving crowds, anything with lots of motion makes a perfect subject for time lapse video, provided you have a way to keep the camera stable. HandlePod plus any smartphone tripod adapter will do the job. It’s all possible with the four-ounce, pocket size HandlePod!

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