Rollei Fotopro EP2

June 19, 2012 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Accessories | 2 Comments |
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The Rollei Fotopro EP2 is a small tripod for camera phones without a tripod socket. Weighing in at a mere 80g, the Rollei Fotopro EP2 has a maximum load capacity of 700g and comes with a rotating head as well as a special cell phone holder which ensures that any mobile phone model can be used with the tripod. Available from July 2012 at a recommended retail price of €19.99, the Rollei Fotopro EP2 is offered in red, titanium and blue colours.

Rollei Press Release

Rollei Fotopro EP2 for wobble-free photos from mobile phones and digital cameras!
Hamburg/Germany, 19 June 2012

Rollei presents a handy, universal tripod that you can use to hold your mobile phone or camera without a tripod socket. The three flexible legs ensure very high stability. The head can be rotated to create new and unusual angles.

Simply place your mobile phone or digital camera in the holder and click away for the perfect photo.

The tripod’s sporty size (maximum height: 13 cm; mobile holder height: 7 cm; tripod pack size: 16.5 cm) and snap hook, you can take the mini tripod wherever you go, along with your camera or mobile phone of course. The tripod can take a maximum load of 700 grams; the tripod itself weighs just 80 grams.

The special mobile phone holder ensures that any mobile phone model can be used with the tripod. There is a ¼ screw thread on the tripod head to secure cameras of any size.
As with all its products, Rollei also offers a 24-month exchange service for the Fotopro EP2 Stativ.

Availability and price:
The Rollei Fotopro EP2 comes in the colours red, titanium and blue. It will be available in shops from July at a recommended retail price of EUR 19.99.



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#1 Christy Harper

thanks for this, I could use a compact tripod :)

4:26 am - Thursday, June 21, 2012

#2 Tripod

This is really great to have. The good thing is it is very affordable and can handle different kinds of mobile devices.

6:35 am - Tuesday, July 3, 2012