Mount your iPad Pro or other tablet to any standard tripod – with the iStabilizer tabMount PRO. Use your tablet on a tripod as a teleprompter, or simply to take photos and videos. Just a tiny accessory to make a huge impact in both video and photo quality, the iStabilizer tabMount PRO is a must for professionals and amateur filmmakers and photographers. The iStabilizer tabMount PRO will even cradle your device while in your preferred case*.
The tabMount PRO is a larger version of the tabMount. It was designed specifically for larger tablets like the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. Please contact us if you have any questions about this product.
Are you looking for a tripod for your tabMount?
Standard (max height: 1570 mm, 61.8 inches, 5.15 feet)
Compact (max height: 1210 mm, 47.63 inches, 4 feet)
Mini (max height: 1243 mm, 48.93 inches, 4.07 feet)
- Will this hold an iPad Pro and iPad mini? Yes, it holds both devices. The tabMount PRO will hold the iPad and iPad Pro from side to side and the iPad mini from top to bottom.
- Does this come with a tripod? No, the tabMount PRO is just the tripod adapter. This will work with any standard tripod that uses the 1/4″ thread.
- Will this hold a Kindle, Nexus, etc…? It will hold any tablet up to 9.64″ (245mm) wide or tall. Please note: if the camera on your tablet is right in the middle, it may be blocked when using this product.
- How long will it take to ship? All orders ship within 24-48 business hours (we don’t ship on Sat or Sun). Most shipments will arrive within 4-6 business days in the U.S. You can select your shipping method when you check out. Shipping Details Here
- Do you ship International? Yes, we offer international shipping but we can’t guarantee the time it takes to arrive, it really depends on your local postal service. We’ve seen international shipments arrive within a couple of weeks and in some countries up to a month or two. Please note that international customers are responsible for any potential charges (e.g. import tax, customs duty, etc.) required by your country’s law.