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Joby Gorillapod Micro 250 Folding Tripod - Black/Blue
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- For point and shoot cameras up to 250g
- Sleek, portable design is concealed beneath the camera base and easily fits in any case
- Stainless steel micro positioning ball with 36° of movement in any direction
- Coated zinc alloy legs with rubber foot grips for stability in any environment
- Auto-fanning leg deployment and effortless ball positioning enable instant setup
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Joby Gpod Micro 250 black/blau
Your point and shoot camera’s new best friend, the GorillaPod Micro 250 is the first always-on tripod that offers the stability, range of movement and versatility of full-size supports. Elegantly concealed beneath the base of the camera, the sleek form is convenient to carry and allows easy access in and out of any camera case. The stainless steel and zinc alloy construction is engineered for dependable stability, quick deployment and precise ball positioning. Plus, the colorful rubber grips provide rock-solid footing on any surface. Now you can capture crisp low-light landscapes, group portraits and time-lapse party scenes, wherever your adventures take you. Forever at your camera’s side, GorillaPod Micro 250 is the indispensable companion for any photo or video enthusiast.See all Product description
Top Customer Reviews
That's where the Micro 250 comes in. It really is small enough to leave attached to your camera. And you can flick it open in a second when you need it. Yet it's still stable and adjustable. Seems perfect. And it's not far off to be honest.
When folded to its smallest size, on my Sony RX100 it doesn't protrude at either end of the camera, or from the sides. And it lies fairly flat underneath the camera too - enough that it still goes easily in quite a snug camera case while attached.
Being made of metal it does add a little bit of weight to your camera, but nothing worth mentioning really.
I found the coin-twist screw that attaches it to your tripod slightly awkward. And even if you screw it on tightly, it soon comes unscrewed. That's annoying because you have to spin the legs to fold it up. Twirling it around the other way sorts things out, but you have to do it quite often.
Opening the tripod for use takes just a flick of the finger. The legs don't fold like on a regular tripod - one leg stays fixed and the other two spin in a circle and lock into position. It's neat and very quick. Once open there's not much adjustment up and down, but there's enough to point the camera at what you want, and it's far better than relying on a nearby wall, which will hardly ever by chance point the camera at what you're photographing.
When open, the tripod feels very solid. There are rubber tips on the legs for grip on slippery or tilted surfaces.
All in all, though it's a tiny bit more expensive than I'd like, the solid construction and tiny size count in its favour. And it's the first usable tripod I've seen that you can leave permanently on your camera.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
So small, does what I needed it for. The centre screw sits on a firm ball so you can get the right angle for the camera.Published 22 months ago by Bridgett P
Superb little tripod that is so small that it can stay on the camera, even inside its case.Published on 9 Mar. 2015 by Dr David swift