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Shanrya Mobile Phone Holder, Portable Phone Holder Easy Use for

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Product description

Feature:
1. Width of the clip can be 5‑8cm / 2‑3.1in, and the width of the phone clip can be adjusted according to the width of the phone, which is convenient and quick.
2. With a cold shoe port, it can be connected with a variety of equipment such as fill light, microphone, etc.
3. Small and convenient, lightweight design, easy to carry. good and wise choice you should make.
4. There are two 1/4in screw holes, which can be used on tripods, handles, selfie sticks, etc.
5. Easy to use, without any difficult requirements even though you use it for the first time.


Specification:

Item Type: Phone Holder
Color: Black
Material: Plastic
Weight: Approx. 68g / 2.4oz
Interface: 1/4in Screw Hole, Cold Shoe Mount
Clipping Width: Approx. 5.5-8cm / 2-3.1in




Package List:
1 x Phone Clip

Shanrya Mobile Phone Holder, Portable Phone Holder Easy Use for


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Launched on the 1st of December 2011, AMIGA project has received a six-months extension and will officially terminate on May 31, 2016.
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