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The bubble level moves to the proper location in landscape mode, but the buttons mysteriously stay in portrait mode. Hmmmm...
When you're setting up the multishot feature with this pair of "wheels," it's important to know that the number on the left is the number of photos you're going to take, while the number on the right indicates the seconds between shots.
The tripod tilt and pan head leaves a lot to be desired. My recommendation? Throw out the tripod and get a REAL one, but keep the plastic adapter mount.
This is the bottom of the adapter mount, showing the threaded metal insert. One of the mounts was missing this. Quality control is everything...
Notice the rubbery material that is used to gently cradle and hold the iPhone, as well as the plastic ridge in the bottom that goes into the dock port on your iPhone.
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