#1113: ScissorStrut

When using a tripod to take photographs, its positioning tends to dominate the composition.

Today’s invention helps with this by allowing an interior photographer to place his camera wherever required and then extend two scissorlike mechanisms upwards and downwards before locking them in place.


The pads on either end help to form a rigid bridge between floor and ceiling, allowing images to be captured from the desired location and then quickly repositioned.

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