The GorillaPod Hybrid Flexible Mini-Tripod with Ball Head - Gray/Black from Joby is designed to support small cameras with interchangeable lenses – Micro Four Thirds models and various other EVIL (electronic viewfinder, interchangeable lens) compact cameras.
Featuring the same style of bendable, grippy, wrap-around legs that have made GorillaPods both famous and highly useful, the GorillaPod Hybrid can be mounted on fence posts, trees, car hoods, and uneven surfaces – the rubber grips on its legs and feet keep your camera in place in any environment.
The Hybrid model also offers an integrated aluminum ball head that has separate controls for pan and tilt. This will keep the frame level and stable as you pan smoothly across a landscape while capturing a video clip. The GorillaPod Hybrid supports cameras up to 2.2 lb on just about any surface.
With its legs fully extended, the GorillaPod Hybrid measures 10.1", making it a great size for table-top shots and low-angle photography. It weighs just 6.4 oz, so it'll be a no-brainer to pack so you can easily capture high-quality, shake-free video and long-exposure photos.
|Maximum Height||10.1" (25.7 cm)|
|Minimum Height||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Folded Length||10.1" (25.7 cm)|
|Load Capacity||2.2 lb (1 kg)|
|Leg Lock Type||N/A|
|Male Thread Size||1/4"-20|
|Materials||ABS plastic, TPE, stainless steel, aluminum (head is aluminum)|
|Languages||English, French, Portuguese, Spanish|
|Dimensions (Diam. x H)||2.2 x 10.1" (5.5 x 25.7 cm)|
|Weight||6.4 oz (191 g)|
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