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Hague UTM Universal Tablet Mount

£28.80
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£24.00
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The Hague Universal Pro Tablet Mount has been designed to hold most types of modern, slim tablets including the new iPad Pro. It enables the tablet to be mounted to a tripod or any other mount that uses the standard 1/4" camera screw. 

With these tablets, such as the Apple iPad, having such good cameras in them, with the facility of being able to record good quality video, it makes sense to be able to mount them to a tripod or other mount to hold the tablet steady. 

The mount has two V shaped sections that hold the tablet in a horizontal position. The mounts height is adjustable from 60mm (2 3/8") to 228mm (9") and accepts most modern slim tablets that are rounded on their edges. If the tablet has square edges, the width must not exceed 12mm. 

The Hague Universal Pro Tablet Mount is not plastic, it's made of machined aluminium with a thumb screw for adjustment. 

Colour - Black

Suitable for most modern slim tablets such as the iPad or similar, plus large phones such as Samsung Galaxy Note or HTC One X. 

Size:- H250mm (9 3/4") x W75mm (3") x D25mm (1").

Price does not include any of the other accessories shown.

Designed and manufactured by Hague Camera Supports | Nottingham | England 

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  • 5
    Fits the Ipad Pro 12.9 inch

    Posted by Peter on 2nd Jun 2020

    It was surprisingly hard to find a tripod adapter for the larger 12.9 inch ipad pro. This, while not cheap, is exactly what you need. It's pretty robust being made out of metal and securely holds the ipad in place to the tripod using a standard 1/4 inch mounting screw.

  • 5
    Hague UTM Universal Tablet Mount

    Posted by Unknown on 19th Jun 2018

    very good quality, excellent service.

  • 5
    tablet mount

    Posted by Unknown on 23rd Jul 2015

    not really cheap but great rig for what I need. I would have liked the size of 7'' tablet but I can fix it myself