Joby GorillaPod SLR-Zoom Tripod for SLR Cameras with Ballhead
|Price:||£47.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details|
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- For SLR cameras weighing up to 3 kg
- Flexible, wrappable legs allow you to secure your camera almost anywhere
- Over two dozen premium quality ABS plastic leg joints bend and rotate 360 degree
- Quick-release clip with bubble level ensures accurate levelling and stays connected to your camera for instant setup
- Rubberised ring and foot grips for enhanced stability on difficult terrain. Stainless steel mount screw with 3/8 inches adapter for use with any professional ballhead
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From the Manufacturer
The bigger picture awaits
Designed for serious photographers, the GorillaPod SLR-Zoom makes it effortless to create polished videos and professional looking shots. Made exclusively for DSLR cameras with zoom lenses and camcorders up to 3 kilograms in weight, this handy accessory will put your creative potential in a better light.
A solid choice
The GorillaPod SLR-Zoom is the best tripod in its class. Made from high quality injection moulded Japanese medical-grade ABS plastic, for snug joints that stay firm after multiple use.
- Over two dozen leg joints for 360° flexibility
- Rubberised ring and foot grips for enhanced stability on uneven terrain
- Joints maintain their firmness, even after multiple use
- Super portable and constructed from best-in-class materials
- Holds DSLR cameras with zoom lenses, camcorders, mics and off-camera flashes up to 3kg in weight
Make the most of your GorillaPod SLR-Zoom
Achieve greater stability on virtually any surface by using the tripod’s foot grips and wrapping the flexible legs around objects.
Explore and expand your artistic potential – a good choice for adventure and active photographers.
Stow this accessory away for right when you need it. Its super lightweight and flexible construction can be stashed with ease.
Works great with the Ballhead SLR-Zoom, with its quick release clip and bubble level for precise positioning.
|GorillaPod SLR-Zoom Tripod||GorillaPod SLR-Zoom Tripod and Ball Head||Ballhead for GorillaPod SLR-Zoom|
|Designed for||DSLR cameras with zoom lenses, camcorders, mics and off-camera flashes||DSLR cameras with zoom lenses, camcorders, mics and off-camera flashes||Designed for DSLR with zoom lens|
|Holds up to||3kg||3kg||3kg|
|Size||25 x 6 x 6 cm||25 x 6 x 6 cm||6.8 x 4.5 x 6.3cm|
|Made from||High-quality Japanese ABS plastic, durable German TPE rubber grip rings, custom stainless steel camera screw||High-quality Japanese ABS plastic, durable German TPE rubber grip rings, custom stainless steel camera screw||Machined aluminium Japanese ABS plastic, custom stainless steel camera screw|
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Quick points (see below for updates)
PROS: Extreme portability and flexibility
CONS: Not as sturdy as I would like (read update at the end)
BOTTOM-LINE: Ultimate portability and flexibility
The travel/Outdoor pod
I think that your level of satisfaction with this "tripod" will depend on your understanding/expectation about what it is for.
I got this pod because I was looking for high flexibility and low weight -I was looking for something that would not get in the way of two key activities: climbing, travelling.
While climbing, I have put this thing around rocks, trees, signs, and even stuck it in snow. It is so small that I have no much problem carrying it with me to the high camps. I can't think of many alternatives to get the same flexibility.
For travelling, this is also extremely useful. I just throw it in a messenger bag along my DSLR (tip: try to avoid camera bags that scream "tourist with expensive DSLR") and it is ready for low light shots, and self-portraits. This last bit is very important as handing your DSLR to strangers has two drawbacks: (1) you don't want to hand your expensive camera to just anyone, (2) 99.99% of people don't know how to handle a DSLR -even in AUTO mode.
What's the catch? Well, it is not quite stable -but I don't think it was never intended to be. I usually take with me a elastic band that secures it to odd things (benches, trees, rocks,..) and that's enough.
One more thing: I doubted between 4 and 5 stars.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very good, it is a grate for travel and is very light weight. despite the fact that it is a grate pice of kit the joints do seem to get a bit sloppy after a while. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Drew Home
Not as solid as a full tripod but so portable and adaptable. Long exposures in windy weather might be a problem but there are so many times when it does the job admirably it is a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jane
The tripod arrived on time and I am thrilled with it. It is sturdy and holds my DSLR in place firmly.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This is the second one I have had after having to return the first one because it cracked. This one has done the same so I will be sending it back. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Oliver P.
This is an awesome photography/videography tool!
1. Very flexible and the included ball head allows control in any environment.
2. Read more
Trying to save money, I bought several cheaper ones that also claimed to be for SLR cameras, and they all broke after less than a few days after purchase. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Aleix
I bought this for the convenience of not having to drag a tripod around. Most times it is very handy but don't expect it to replace a tripod. Read morePublished 1 month ago by I. Hubball