Excerpt: Very flexible and easy to hang on almost any object. Almost too flexible to use on a flat surface - it's difficult to get the camera level. Also difficult to shoot manually without jitter. Best used with the camera's self timer.
Excerpt: I'm pleasantly impressed with this gadget overall.I've used it several times to secure the camera on rocks and branches when taking some long-exposure dusky sunset pictures.It's strong enough to support my massive 3.5 lb medium format camera without caving.
Excerpt: Used with shooting video with my DSLR I found this product a welcome addition. Lay it on the ground quickly for low angle shots or wrap it on a post or tree. It's light and small enough to fit into your bag.
Excerpt: I have been familiar with this product for some time so there were no surprises. It packs easily and is sturdy enough to handle my rather heavy DSLR (Canon 5D MIII).I have some mobility problems and will be using it to steady the camera when shooting from a car window.
Summary: Very satisfied. My only gripe is that the tripod top will not tilt a full 90 degrees for vertical shots, when the tripod is standing vertically. I could only tilt it about 85 degrees. The workaround is to clamp/wrap the tripod horizontally on a fixed object, if you can find it.