This little case looks pretty handy. It actually screws into the tripod hole on your camera (so make sure you’ve got one) and then its little legs pop out — instant stability. It doesn’t look very adjustable, but there are always rocks, books, and so on that you can use to make it straight, crooked, or whatever. My only issue with the thing is that when you’re shooting handheld, you’ve got this big floppy thing bolted to the underside of your tiny camera. I keep one of these (or something close) in my bag, they work like a dream and hold a small DSLR.
[via the Red Ferret Journal]
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