The Universal TrailPix, two trekking poles, and one additional pole make a tripod capable of holding a compact or small DSLR camera. The TrailPix consists of a triangular and mostly flat piece of aluminum with three holes in it for trekking poles. Thumbscrews secure the poles in place.
About Jeff Burns
As an engineer I spend most of my time at a desk designing cool new things. When I escape the office I head outside to explore – often on my bicycle or or in a kayak.
I started camping as a Boy Scout in the 80’s, and have volunteered as a scout leader ever since. I have lived in Indiana for nearly half a century, but still have many of the small tracks of wilderness such as state parks, scout camps, and nature preserves still to explore.
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