Tripod Accessory for Mule?

easilyled

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My mule arrived yesterday and as usual with Don it does what it says
on the box spectacularly well :)

I was thinking that if there was a way of attaching it to some sort of
mini-tripod with the ability to swivel it at any desired angle,
it would increase its functionality even more for use as a work light
or reading light.

Anyone know whether this is possible?
 

KenAnderson

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My mule arrived yesterday and as usual with Don it does what it says
on the box spectacularly well :)

I was thinking that if there was a way of attaching it to some sort of
mini-tripod with the ability to swivel it at any desired angle,
it would increase its functionality even more for use as a work light
or reading light.

Anyone know whether this is possible?

I'm a bit ahead of you on this one easilyled :rolleyes:

Look at the photos in this link.

https://www.candlepowerforums.com/threads/167239&page=3

I've been using it all evening and it works great.

Ken
 

Codeman

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Actually, you don't even need a clamp. You can screw a standard tripod's thread directly into the clip, but whether it marks up the clip is something that I don't know.
 

easilyled

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Actually, you don't even need a clamp. You can screw a standard tripod's thread directly into the clip, but whether it marks up the clip is something that I don't know.

That's good to know thanks but I wouldn't want to risk marking it. :)
 

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