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|Dimensions (HxWxD)||11.4 x 3.6 x 3.6" (29 x 9.2 x 9.2cm)|
|Male Thread Size||1/4" tripod screw|
|Weight||1.1 lb (500 g)|
High quality Japanese ABS plastic
Durable German TPE grip rings
Stainless-steel camera screw
|Load Capacity||Up to 11.1 lb (5 kg)|
|Separate Panning Lock||Yes|
|Plate||Universal mounting plate (1/4" tripod screw)|
|Tripod Mount Thread Size||1/4"-20|
|Dimensions (HxWxD)||3.3" x 2.7 x 2.5" (83 x 68 x 63.5 mm)|
|Weight||9.26 oz (262 g)|
I had so much hop for this tripod and saw good reviews, also noticed that some vloggers have been using this tripod for a long time and were happy with it. So, on the second day of my Maui vacation, one leg came out of the socket after lifting the tripod and my 60D from the ground and no matter what...
NIce set. Was really easy to get good shots using smooth surfaces. Thinking about adapting a shelf into a mobile platform for slides.
The materials used to make the legs of the gorillapod is durable and worth the money. The lower tier plastic ones aren't worth even paying what they are priced at. Set up is so simple because of the ballhead. Buy it if you are thinking about it.
I recently traveled for two weeks using it as one of my tripods for a variety of interviews in places where, for security reasons, we could not take tripods. The Gorillapod was a life saver. It held up well and a real added benefit to the whole set up.
It can carry the wight of my GH5 with the mic/flash/video light with no problem, but there are a few issues like the head not being tight enough with no option to fix it, so the camera shakes every time you touch it a little, or if you hold the Gorillapod and walk.
A must-have in any kit.
This little tripod works quite well, better than I thought it would. It's sturdy and easy to set on any uneven surface. I'm pretty pleased.
Excellent tripod...so far really enjoying it. Excellent ball head as well. My only complaint is that it's a bit tricky to bend the legs to a position that is ideal. Also, there should be a level on the ball head to make sure that the camera is straight. But these are just minor details.
It opens up a whole new world being able to get low to the group with any lens. I use a small travel tripod but I can nearly twice as low with my Joby.The grip is strong, I have shot long exposure shots on fences capturing waterfalls without much worry.
For my use I do not use it all the time but when I do need it, it performs well. Works great for still life (table top) and very low angle photography (I am old and have bad knees). It holds my Canon 70D without problems so far.