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Flexible Camera Tripod

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Focus with Ballhead X Bundle. Flexible Camera Tripod with Ballhead for DSLR Camera Rigs with Zoom Lenses up to 5kg. : Tripods

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JOBY GorillaPod Focus and Ballhead X Bundle

One of the Strongest GorillaPod Out There.

JOBY GorillaPod Focus and Ballhead X Bundle for DSLR Cameras with Zoom Lenses Up to 5kg

Capture Better Perspectives
Flexible, wrappable legs allow you to secure professional camera equipment weighing up to 11.1 pounds (5 kilograms) to virtually any surface, enabling you to capture shots you couldn’t before.
Precise Positioning at Any Angle
Full 360° panning and 90 tilt° with the Ballhead X allow you to quickly position your camera with ease for portrait and landscape shots.
Provides a Secure Mount
Securely mount cameras or tripod heads with universal stainless steel 1/4 inch-20 tripod screw or included 3/8 inch adapter.

What is the capacity of this GorillaPod? 0.72 lbs (325g) 2.2 lbs (1kg) 6.6 lbs (3kg) 6.6 lbs (3kg) 11 lbs (5kg) 11 lbs (5kg)
Weight of GorillaPod 0.10 lbs 0.42 lbs 0.42 lbs 0.75 lbs 1.10 lbs 1.68 lbs
Connection Point 1/4″-20 standard tripod mount 1/4″-20 standard tripod mount 1/4″-20 standard tripod mount, 3/8″ adapter 1/4″-20 standard tripod mount, 3/8″ adapter 1/4″-20 standard tripod mount, 3/8″ adapter 1/4″-20 standard tripod mount, 3/8″ adapter
Materials ABS Plastic, Stainless Steel, TPE ABS Plastic, Stainless Steel, TPE ABS Plastic, Stainless Steel, TPE ABS Plastic, Stainless Steel, TPE ABS Plastic, Stainless Steel, TPE, Zinc-Aluminum ABS Plastic, Stainless Steel, TPE, Zinc-Aluminum
Foot Grips Rubber Rubber Rubber Rubber Rubber Rubber
Product Dimensions 1.18 x 1.18 x 5.91 in 2.17 x 2.17 x 10.12 in 2.36 x 2.36 x 10.04 in 2.36 x 2.36 x 12.52 in 3.62 x 3.62 x 11.42 in 3.62 x 3.62 x 14.69 in
Designed for Point & Shoot ILC or CSC DSLR with Zoom Lens up to 3kg or External Flash DSLR with Zoom Lens up to 3kg or External Flash DSLR with Zoom Lens up to 5kg or External Flash DSLR with Zoom Lens up to 5kg or External Flash

Size

GorillaPod Kit, Leg Only

Style

GorillaPod 5K Video PRO, GorillaPod Focus Kit, GorillaPod 5K Stand, GorillaPod Focus Stand

  1. GFF

    the ultimate run and gun device for the remote/active shooter. This thing handles a mirrorless camera with ease and is rock solid with action cams. fold out the legs for an over the shoulder recording format and it is rock steady for interviews and pans. in tripod mode, it will conform to any style of surface and has just enough weight not to be hampered by wind. it will wrap around an object and even span weird gaps and hang from just about anything. If you are shooting a long telephoto just simply span out the legs further for a more steady base. If the legs cant accommodate your needs the ball head with cover the rest, the pan is a little sticky out of the box but smoothes up over time. The quick release plate is easy to use and the head locks up very solid. We no longer carry a full size or travel tripod anymore because these will do it all. Honestly, if there is a situation that this cant work for you well, your not using your imagination enough.

  2. Brandon

    I’ve had my eye on this tripod for quite some time now and I finally decided to pull the trigger and buy it because I wanted a nice tripod for vacation. Let me just say, this thing is SOLID and built like a tank. This is exactly what I was looking for in a tripod. I have a Canon T5i and it handles it just fine. Can’t wait to see how many different positions I can get my camera into.UPDATE: 5/10/2016I’ve had, and greatly enjoyed this tripod for four months now but tonight I was going over my gear and straightened one of the legs out and all of a sudden, one fell off. I wasn’t doing anything to hyper extend the tripod or anything. I was completely caught off guard because for something this expensive and what seemed well built to just loose a leg seems a bit odd. I’m just glad this happened while I was going over my gear and NOT while it was strapped to something. So be aware! Not sure if I will be getting another one of these or not.UPDATE: 5/14/2016I contacted Joby after it broke and they responded right away the next day with details on how to get a replacement, I assume it helps that it was still under warranty. Well, its been three days since, and I got a nice looking package in the mail. I adjusted back to five stars because even though this happened, they were more than accommodating to their customers. This is a company I can stand behind! Thank you Joby!

  3. Springloft Studio

    I used a similar size full metal version 10+ years ago and had been happily abused it for years till its rubber rings peeling off. Well worth the price!Recently I had the 3K and the legs can be pulled off while I was mounting on a light pole 😱. Fortunately I was holding my M50 with L lenses attached… found that’s a common issue and warranty won’t help as it’s the plastic socket keep cracking.Got this 5K and I made a cut on the socket, confirmed it’s metal finally, though the balls are plastic. Believe this would still be durable.

  4. G. Robinson

    This tripod is obviously deigned to be used with a head and a balanced QC plate to the camera. This takes the Arca plates but you need the right one. Arca has several plates for long heavy lenses and you need to get the camera balanced on the head then on the tripod. A plate like the 

    Acratech 6″ (152 mm) Long Arca Style Quick Release Plate for Lenses.

     so that the heavy lens can be part of the balance.The Gorillapod i flexible and mounts where you can’t get others. The legs are kind of stiff but i you need the weight you need the strength.Surprisingly useful and way easier to set up as well as less expensive that the alternates. 

    Nikon 200-400mm f/4G AF-S SWM SIC ED IF VR II Nikkor Super Telephoto Zoom Lens for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras

     at 7.4 lbs would still be light enough to work with many DSLRs but not with the supplied mounting plate. A lng plate would be needed to allow the center of mass to be moved well in front of the camera to account for the lens.I got mine for table top and micro work with my 

    Casio Exilim EX-F1 6MP 12x Zoom 2.8-Inch LCD Pro Digital Camera with CMOS Shift Image Stabilization (Black)

     and old D70 primarily training and forensics. I use a 

    Induro PHQ 1-Way Panhead

     head on it. See the reviews. (BTW Amazon screwed up the heads are 5 way! AFAIK there is no such thing as a one way head!)The 

    Joby BH2-01EN Ballhead X for Joby Focus Flexible Tripod

     is OK but lacks the precision needed. Neither is really useful for video unless the camera is locked and the object moves.Overall great for the ecological niche that it occupies.

  5. Dariushd

    This will for sure hold up my Canon 6D Mark II. My previous GorillaPod was one step smaller and had a hard time staying put, but this one works great. Using it with a $20 Benro ballhead I already have as opposed to buying the full kit.

  6. WizardsOfAmazon (FB)

    A friend at a local weekly Amazon Meetup I organize that just started a VLOG highly recommended this to me. He had a much smaller version but since I embraced Live video as part of my business this year I wanted to invest in something bigger to free up my hands and avoid the “nasal view” common from placing your phone on a table and going Live. I purchased a phone clip adapter for this as well and it works beautifully. Will update this review with the model later. I expected to receive something flimsy, something fragile and I stead what I received was PERFECTION!!!! Solid, heavy duty, professional looking, intimidating (in a good way) and built to last. I will be purchasing another one soon for all of my stand needs. This Joby I am hard pressed to find a situation where it would not be the perfect stand for the job. Adaptable to every situation. I will attach an image here of my Joby in use on a steering wheel of my wife’s car as I wait for a meeting to begin. Will follow up on this review at a later date with updates.

  7. Hannah Betzel

    This things is substantial! Strong enough to hold my iPhone 6 Plus (with an iPhone holder attachment I already had – you’ll need to purchase that separately if you don’t have one) and I’m not afraid it’s going to fall off. Def better than the $20 smaller tripod I bought first (which wasn’t strong enough for my iphone 6 plus and almost broke my phone when it fell apart). This one is a bit pricey, but I think it’s going to be a better investment. I’m a petite woman and plan to use this for vlogging purposes. It’s a bit heavy for me, but not so much that I can’t hold it up with one hand and vlog. I’ve only used it for one weekend so far, but am very pleased. I think this will be the perfect portable tripod solution I needed.

  8. D. Allgire

    I love this tripod. Be sure to get the ball head, so you can level your camera.Important advice: I purchased the cheaper, smaller version of this tripod and I did not like it. It was too light and flimsy to support my Panasonic GH-4 and Panasonic WXF-991.So, spend the extra money and get this tripod, not the cheaper one. It is a great product.

  9. Dan B

    Bought this for a week-long tour of Italy. It was a great companion. It worked perfectly for nighttime photos in Venice. I was able to comfortably wrap the Joby around bridge railings for long exposures. These bridges were over the canals so I was a bit nervous but after double checking all of the bolts I was comfortable with the strength of the Joby. I paired it with the Canon 7D and a 24-104 lens, a very substantial setup. I was able to get 30-second exposures with no blurring or vibration. At almost all of the Venice photo ops I noticed other travelers with large tripods. Almost everyone was checking out the much smaller and lighter Joby getting the job done. I would highly recommend this, much more substantial than the original Joby.Just make sure you double check all the screws before dangling your camera over the canal! I posted a 30-second exposure shot.

  10. freshkicks

    So far so good. I was a little weary since many reviews spoke of the legs dropping off after manipulation…so far I’ve not had that problem. The item I received was brand new with no signs of use. So far I’ve manipulated the legs and they are stiff enough to hold up my camera without any issues. The tripod holds up my A6500 mirrorless with smallrig cage easily. The ball mount does not budge after tightening. the panning motion of the ball mount is nice and smooth. The quick release plate has a nice feature that will allow the plate to slide left/right but not fall off.In the end, if you’ve looked up this tripod you know it’s capabilities. I guess I lucked out and got one that isn’t a lemon….hopefully mine will hold up for a few years before the legs start weakening. If yours is weakening, I found a neat trick to help….buy “heat shrink” tubes and the legs will be as good as new.Will update my review if my legs start falling off….but so far it’s held up as one would expect.

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