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Joby GP2-D1EN GorillaPod Flexible Tripod for Digital SLR Cameras with Bubble Level

by Joby
179 customer reviews

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Tripod with Bubble Level
  • Features sturdy prehensile legs that help you get steady shot in virtually any environment
  • Replacement clip SKU # 3295573
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Product Description

Style:Tripod with Bubble Level

Product Description

JOBY GORILLAPOD FOR SLR CAMERA
Features sturdy prehensile legs that help you get steady shot in virtually any environment It's compact size means it can go anywhere and everywhere and the quick-release plate makes set-up a snap Whether you're shooting time- lapse photos with your slr or capturing videos with your camcorder the Gorillapod slr is the perfect companion for your next great adventure Replacement clip Catalog Id 3295573 Clamshell

From the Manufacturer

Start your picture-taking adventure with the super-adaptable GorillaPod SLR. Ready to attach at a moment’s notice, the flexible, wrappable legs of the GorillaPod SLR allow you to set up the perfect shot quickly for your for your hybrid or micro four thirds camera. The always-on quick release plate makes connecting your camera simple as it easily clicks into place. The compact tripod allows for better picture taking opportunities whether it is perched high up in a tree or perfectly still for a long exposure image.

GorillaPod SLR
GorillaPod SLR
GorillaPod SLR
Stabilize your camera anywhere

Flexible tripod adapts easily allowing you to quickly and securely place your camera at virtually any angle

Firm grip anywhere

Rubberized ring and foot grips enhance stability on difficult terrain

Quick setup for the perfect shot

Slim-line, always-on quick-release clip with bubble level snaps into the GorillaPod for instant setup and perfectly level shots every time

Secure your camera

Lock ring provides extra security to ensure your camera is safely attached

No angle is out of the question

Over two dozen leg joints bend and rotate 360° opening up previously impossible positions

 
GorillaPod SLR Accessories
 
GorillaPod SLR Flash Clip
Flash Shoe Clip

Attach your remote flash unit to the GorillaPod SLR to get great lighting from any angle!

GorillaPod SLR-Zoom clip
Extra Clips

Get a slim-line quick-release clip that lets you take perfectly level pictures every time!

GorillaPod Product Line
 
 
GorillaPod Original
GorillaPod Magnetic
GorillaPod Video
GorillaPod SLR
GorillaPod SLR-Zoom
GorillaPod Focus
Supports Point and shoot cameras and pocket camcorders up to 11.5 oz (325g) Point and shoot cameras and pocket camcorders up to 11.5 oz (325g) Point and shoot cameras and pocket camcorders up to 11.5 oz (325g) Lightweight hybrid cameras, flashes and camcorders up to 1.75 lbs (800g) Pro-sumer SLR cameras with zoom lenses, camcorders up to 6.6 lbs (3kg) SLR cameras with zoom lenses, camcorders up to 11 lbs (5kg)
Dimensions 5.9 x 1.2 x 1.2 inches 5.9 x 1.2 x 1.2 inches 7.2 x 1.2 x 1.2 inches 9.8 x 2 x 2 inches 9.8 x 2.4 x 2.4 inches 11.4 x 3.6 x 3.6 inches
Weight 1.6 oz 1.6 oz 2.8 oz 5.8 oz 8.5 oz 1.1 lbs
Technical Specs
  • The slim-line quick-release clip stays connected to your camera and snaps into the GorillaPod for instant setup
  • A lock ring provides extra security to ensure your camera is safely attached
  • Over two dozen leg joints bend and rotate 360° to position camera at any angle
  • Rubberized ring and foot grips provide enhanced stability on difficult terrain
  • Available in 7 colors
  • Super strong magnetic feet attach to any ferrous metal surface
  • The slim-line quick-release clip stays connected to your camera and snaps into the GorillaPod for instant setup
  • A lock ring provides extra security to ensure your camera is safely attached
  • Over two dozen leg joints bend and rotate 360° to position camera at any angle
  • Rubberized ring and foot grips provide enhanced stability on difficult terrain
  • Smooth 360º panning and 135º tilting
  • Omni-directional aluminum positioning video head
  • Super strong magnetic feet attach to any ferrous metal surface
  • Quick-release clip
  • Over two dozen leg joints bend and rotate 360° to position camera at any angle
  • Rubberized ring and foot grips provide enhanced stability on difficult terrain
  • Quick-release clip with integrated bubble level stays connected to your camera and snaps into the GorillaPod for instant setup
  • A lock ring provides extra security to ensure your camera is safely attached
  • Over two dozen leg joints bend and rotate 360° to position camera at any angle
  • Rubberized ring and foot grips provide enhanced stability on difficult terrain
  • Over two dozen leg joints bend and rotate 360° to position camera at any angle
  • Rubberized ring and foot grips provide enhanced stability on difficult terrain
  • Included 3/8" adapter screw mounts to cameras as well as professional tripod heads
  • Use with JOBY Ballhead for even more flexibility
  • Machined aluminum sockets ensure durability and support
  • Over two dozen leg joints bend and rotate 360° to position camera at any angle
  • Rubberized ring and foot grips provide enhanced stability on difficult terrain
  • Included 3/8" adapter screw mounts to cameras as well as professional tripod heads
  • Use with JOBY Ballhead X for even more flexibility
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Product Details

Style: Tripod with Bubble Level
  • Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 2 x 2 inches ; 5.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B001QVUEFI
  • Item model number: GP2A1J
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (179 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

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Customer Reviews

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120 of 123 people found the following review helpful By Mumblin' Berk on June 17, 2010
Style Name: Tripod with Bubble Level Verified Purchase
Over-all, I like this product, and it's working well for me, immediately.
However, I take these product evaluations seriously, so there are some things a prospective buyer should know:

It may be a tad "ambitious" to name this the "SLR" version.
Personally, I would not use this on an SLR, unless you have a really light and cheap one.
Do yourself a favor, if you want this kind of tripod, and plan to use it on an SLR, get the next model up. The "SLR ZOOM",
whether you're using a long lens or not.

This one is appropriate for a "point-n-shoot". Very sturdy for that application.

I'm using it mainly with a Samsung TL500 which is a pretty heavy compact cam at close to 400g (just under a pound).
I wouldn't trust it with anything heavier.

It has one obvious problem, so lets get that out of the way.
I was amazed that the quick-mount plate is a loose and sloppy fit.
At the premium price Joby asks for it's product, I expect better.
The whole POINT of a tripod is to hold the camera firm and steady.
A wobbly mount plate is unforgivable. It guarantees that the cam will wiggle.

On the bright side, you just wrap the mount plate with a bit of blue "Painter's tape" to take up the slack, and it's good to go.
But one shouldn't have to do that.

(Painter's tape is the best stuff in the universe, I am never without it.)

Now for the good part:

It's very light, trim, and sturdy if used with light cam, and extremely versatile.
I'm not sure how long it's going to survive, (all plastic) but at least for now, it can really grab quite well onto things,
which gives me a lot more freedom, and lets me work FAST. I like that.

But here's a tip...
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294 of 330 people found the following review helpful By Lee Shaw on August 24, 2006
Style Name: Tripod
I have had my Gorillapod SLR for only a couple of days and have used it just once. I bought it for use with a Canon 300D with my 17-40mm lens. (Total weight on this setup is unofficially 2.6 lbs.--unfortunately appearing to be .1 lbs. over the maximum weight specified by Joby. But, for my purposes, I'm considering that close enough.) Given this weight, my heavier telephoto lens is out of the question. Of course, I knew that prior to my purchase.

Here are my initial thoughts/tips:

- Make sure you do not associate any of the regular Gorillapod's "demo" photos on Joby's website with the SLR version's--or at least pay close attention to the SLR "demo" photos. Specifically, around poles and trees, you will want the legs to wrap fully around the object. Anything less will lack the necessary strength/grip. This point is self-explanatory in the photos but I personally didn't examine them close enough and I did sort of mix "demo" photos in my mind when building my expectations. (Call me an idiot but I was slightly curious if the "Gorillapod-helmet" would work. It--perhaps obviously--will not. I don't think I'd even trust it with my Canon A610 digicam. :) But, I broke out a ski pole and the Gorillapod will definitely be secure on the thin pole. An aspen trunk? Maybe if it's a young tree. A swing set pole? Again, a thin one is likely to work.)

- The Gorillapod seems to have a "sweet spot"--in a traditional tripod stance--where it is just fine and seems perfect. Yet, a slight movement lower causes gravity to win the battle and pull the whole thing down in the middle. A movement in the opposite direction seems to make the Gorillapod unstable--too upright perhaps and ready to topple.
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Geoffrey F. Beneze on September 7, 2006
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Joby GP2-01P Gorillapod (large model)

We've converted exclusively to digital, so the 1 kilo weight limitation is not an issue for my family's use. Since I'm generally the pack mule for the group, I like the size and weight. My primary uses are when we're at the family's ranch, when hunting or other "way out" areas that make carrying a "real" tripod less than optimal.

Comments from the previous reviewer indicated that he'd has some problems getting the 'pod to attach to larger diameter objects. I've used it out in the boonies to "grab" a large variety of goodies, rocks, tree stumps, ledges, even a telephone pole. My daughter has since made it her mission to attach the unit (w. camera) to everything she encounters. This has included light standards for street lights, all the variety of street sign poles (thick and thing), road markers
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By John Benz Fentner, Jr. on September 5, 2007
Style Name: Tripod
Aside from the fact that it does just what it's supposed to, the best thing about the Gorillapod is that people (mostly attractive wimmin for some reason) constantly wander up with a puzzled look and ask "What IS that thing?" Big help for us old, fat, bald guys. :)

That said, this is not a replacement for a full size or desktop tripod. It's for doing all that stuff that your other devices won't (or can't 'cause you left 'em behind because they were too heavy and clumsy to lug around).

For instance, on a couple of Key West trips I've used it to mount the Nikon D50 and later the D80 on: fences, marina railings, boat railings and masts, parking meters, umbrella posts, a cash register, park benches and lamp posts at Mallory Square and entirely too many bar rails. On a recent trip to a wild animal park I used it on fences, cage bars, tree limbs, and several car doors. In Maine this summer I shot waterbirds from a stone piling, the Portland Harbor from a pipe on the roof of a parking garage and the park and bay at the east end from a mount on a cannon barrel.

It's also very handy for long exposure night shots, dark rooms, sunsets, etc., that normally scream for that tripod you left at the hotel. To say nothing of when you crank that 300mm zoom out to the stops and the pulse in your hand blurs your shots.

The SLR version mounts to the camera body and you can buy additional mounting plates so it's easy to swap from one camera to another with a push of a button. The SLR Zoom version mounts to the long lens for better balance but doesn't use the quick release mount.

It's great little tool but be careful with it. It's not as stable as a regular tripod when it's just sitting on its legs (although it's easy to balance)and you can overload it with a heavy camera/lens/flash combo. Keep that strap around your neck if you can.
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