As discussed in this post, I recently made some custom mounting hardware for my phone. Although a wooden block seemed sufficient at the time, I’ve been trying out some stop-motion techniques and purchased a tripod. Making my ENV2 mount compatible was a simple matter of drilling and tapping the bottom of the wood for a 1/4 – 20 screw. Most tripods accept this screw and mine was no exception.
I really don’t intend to use this tripod – a 42 inch Targus Universal Travel Tripod that I got from Walmart- with my ENV2 as I do have an actual digital camera (a Casio Exilim that’s about five years old). However, as with the original mount, it was a very easy project.
Below is a picture that I took with the ENV2 tripod in 640 x 480 resolution.
Although I can’t be certain, it is my belief that I now have, in my posession, the single most advanced piece of mounting hardware designed for taking pictures with the ENV2 phone. I just hope that it doesn’t fall into the wrong hands.