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Joby Gorillapod SLR-ZOOM
8.8 out of 10

Joby Gorillapod SLR-ZOOM

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Overall 10
10

I did an excellent decision to buy

Adorama
22 October 2013
  • Excerpt: Very handy. Held my slr well. Very satisfied.
  • Pros: Easily Adjusted, Locks In Tight, Smooth Movement
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Overall 10
10

Joby Gorillapod SLR-Zoom

REI
3 September 2010
  • Summary: I've been wanting one of these for some time since I often ride my mountain bike alone and like to get photos to post to forums and Facebook. I carry a little tripod that has tiny legs that fold up and screw inside the barrel.
  • Pros: Folds Small, Good Stability, Lightweight
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Overall 10
10

Joby Gorillapod SLR-Zoom

NoodlesOodles, REI
2 May 2010
  • Summary: instead of carrying big heavy tripod around, this one is well worth it!!! I call this my little spidy, able to hold $2600 worth of camera gear (Canon 7D w/grip, 17-40L) this little tripod can go anywhere you like.
  • Pros: Folds Small, Good Stability, Lightweight, Unfolds Quickly
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Overall 10
10

Great little tripod

microg, PriceGrabber
1 June 2008
  • Summary: Amazing! Especially once you feel you can trust it with your expensive digital SLR (Canon digital SLR with 50-250mm zoom). Easily "grips" to poles and fences, very convenient to put on rocks, branches, ....
  • Pros: Flexible, easy to carry.
  • Cons: A little bit too short. Missing a bubble level and a ball head. A little expensive.
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Overall 10
10

Quite a useful contraption

Luke Spragg, PriceGrabber
17 April 2008
  • Summary: The little contraption is quite a useful one. I bought this for my older sister to use with her camera. It comes in handy when you want to snap a shot of yourself that doesn't show your arm in. You don't have to worry about finding a level area that will still allow for your head to show as well!
  • Pros: Grip, finger-like grasp, strong.
  • Cons: None.
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Overall 10
10

Crazy but useful tripod

bluejeff, PriceGrabber
2 March 2008
  • Summary: Two years ago, I bought the original gorillapod from Joby and it was great. However, the original one was too thin and could not take weights more than a pound. I had no choice but ended up selling it on ebay.
  • Pros: 1. Flexible for all occasions 2. Solid build 3. Takes more weight (than before)
  • Cons: No plate design, takes time to put on/off.
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Features 10
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Ease of use 10
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Neat

Overstock
27 December 2007
  • Summary: I thought this item was really neat and seems to look like it is going to work great for my dad. He LOVED it and we tried it out by hooking it to the chair and it held on.
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10
Features 10
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Ease of use 10
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Neat

Overstock
27 December 2007
  • Summary: I thought this item was really neat and seems to look like it is going to work great for my dad. He LOVED it and we tried it out by hooking it to the chair and it held on.
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Overall 10
10

Very Cool

chanamasala, PriceGrabber
13 November 2007
  • Summary: This is a really nifty tripod it can hold my Samsung GX10 with a telephoto lens no sweat if I position everything right. I wish the screw removal thing had a wingnut so that it didn't need a coin to undo. Also a ball pivot head on it would be nice but good luck that ever happening.
  • Pros: Strong enough for my Samsung GX10, grips to poles, grippy feet
  • Cons: No ball head, adapter can get lost, no wingnut to get the screw turned
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10
Value for money 10
10
Features 8
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Ease of use 8
8.0
Picture quality 10
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Joby Gorillapod

Overstock
24 October 2007
  • Summary: This item has been great fun and very useful. Think of a tripod crossed with Gumby. I do recommend purchasing a pan head to attach the camera with, however. To get the tripod level and perfect for photos without that extra adjustment is very difficult.
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