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This tripod fits in my size 16 jeans easily with no poking out bits. A few days of brainstorming and then a bit of experimenting with different parts ...
You will need: Lego Parts: 2X: 3x4 plate with connection brackets and 1x4 plate with opposite connections (as seen in 1st picture) Non-Lego Parts: 3X:...
This is the main swivel base for the entire structure. Make sure to clip off bumps, you will see why when you get to step 4 (Assembly Part 3).
This step is focused on the construction of the camera base. You will most likely have to adjust for whatever camera you are using, just remember wher...
Now for the important part... Connecting the two parts. Remember, at the end of this, you will be able to disassemble it into 3 parts, so if you are u...
Holding onto either a dime or a thin piece of metal can come in handy if you don't want to use your fingers or if its a cold day and you are wearing g...
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