Reviews and Problems with Joby Gorillapod Micro 800
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Permanently attached to my X-E2
Fooltech, B&H Photo
22 October 2015
Excerpt: When folded up, this barely makes my camera any less pocketable, and comes in very handy for unplanned long exposures. The only downsides are the marks it leaves on the surface of the camera, where it screws in and the fact that it blocks the battery and SD card slot.
Pros: Compact, Easily Adjusted, Good Footing, Lightweight, Smooth Movement
Excerpt: This little guy folds small, is light and super strong. I use it with my fuji xt1 and 14mm to get low street photos and to support my camera in many different ways. Love the fact you can still tilt the camera 30 degrees in any direction while still supporting the came securely.
Excerpt: Using it on my Panasonic GX7. It is very useful. Works fine with all my lenses except the heaviest one 35-200. I am suggesting to add a plastic washer to prevent from scratches on you camera body when the tripod is screwed into the body.
Pros: Folds Small, Good Stability, Lightweight, Unfolds Quickly
Excerpt: Certainly small and light, and barely noticeable - unless you have to take the card or battery out, because it covers the door in the folded position. With the tripod deployed the camera is one inch above the surface the tripod rests on.
Excerpt: I got this for my Olympus OM-D and it's a great little idea. Folds away under camera and you forget about it. Then, when need some extra stability, or want a timed shot, out it folds. I wouldn't get it for anything bigger than a CSC camera though... but for CSC cameras it's great.
Pros: Compact, Good Footing, Lightweight, Locks In Tight