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Recycle a dead tennis ball into a pocket camera tripod.Get sharp photos using a wall, fence, tree branch, door, car hood, bamboo pole, or a signpost.Velcro, bungee or ...
Cut the ball in half with an kitchen scissors, a craft knife, or even a kitchen knife.Wear good safety goggles. Blades can slip or snap.Mark three tripod feet ...
Cut two circles from the other half of the tennis ball.Each should be about 1.5 inches across.Drill, cut, or punch 1/4 inch holes in their centers.Scroll down below ...
Buy a 1 inch plastic bolt, 25 cents at Home Depot.It should be 1/4 inch diameter and have 20 threads per inch. This is close to the standard ...
Use the tennis ball tripod on your desk for a web camThe rubber feet keep the tripod from slipping on your car roof for quick group shots.Optional bungee ...
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