Friday, February 13, 2009

*ENDED* Gorillapod Joby


I love photography. I'm an amateur, at best, but I have had quite a few good snapshots. The shot you see below is mine. I like getting strange shots, and often this is accomplished by placing my camera in impossible places. When I was sent my Gorillapod by Joby I was ecstatic! Finally the solution to all my photographic needs. If I want to hang my camera from the ceiling I can do that now!

The Gorillapod is a an ultra flexible tripod that attaches to your point and shoot or SLR camera. The individual ball joints allow the legs of the Gorillapod to grab onto, literally, any surface imaginable! And the rubber tipped feet keep it exactlly where you mean for it to go. It comes in seven funky colors and allows your photography to have no limits.

One super lucky Grab Bag reader is getting the chance to win a Gorillapod Go-Go which is the perfect size for anything from cell phones, to MP3/MP4 players, to PDAs, to digital cameras. It comes with a suction cup clip and high-bond adhesive clip to that it can attach to any device imaginable, even with soft finishes.

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Jingle said...

I love that it is fairly small so I could keep it in my glove compartment in my car and use it anywhere outside!
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Thao said...

Beisdes the Go-Go, there are 4 other models of the Gorrillapod, the Original, SLR, SLR-ZOOM and Focus.

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Ally said...

The flexible joints bend and rotate 360° to form the perfect shape.

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abbygirl said...

Our son is always taking photos and videos, but he never gets himself in the shots. This would be so handy to keep so he could at least prove "he was there" once in a while. So flexible, small and compact.The flexible joints bend and rotate 360° to form the perfect shape.altheima at bigstring dot com

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

easy to travel with and do not have to bug others to take pics of you or your group

Marianna said...

It is made up of 30 or more fully articulating ball-and-socket joints and you can bend and twist them into any shape.

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Vanessa said...

I love that they make these for slr cameras...I'm bookmarking this!

Suzanne said...

The Gorillapod Focus holds up to 11 pounds. That's great for those of us with old fashioned SLRs.

Mir said...

Soft rings and rubberized feet prevent your Gorillapod from slipping in even the toughest environments.
My husband would LOVE this!

texasheartland said...

It's so cool, you can put it around a lamp pole to video that Christmas Parade!


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js22 said...

Available in three sizes and 40 countries.

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samsakara said...

The Gorillapod is made up of 30 or more fully articulating ball-and-socket joints.

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Staci said...

It is made of 30 or more ball and socket joints. They look amazing! It would make taking photos so much easier.
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clc408 said...

I love that it's so compact and flexible. It could easily go everywhere. Thanks for the giveaway.

Felicity said...

There is an eighth color available for a limited time, pine green. I really needed this when we were in the mountains trying to take pictures of the two of us. You don't want to carry a large tripod.

thebubbledies said...

The max weight on the SLR Zoom is 6.6 lbs. Thanks! thebubbledies(at)gmail(dot)com

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tarahsfoodreviews said...

Each Gorillapod is made up of 30 or more fully articulating ball-and-socket joints. You can bend and twist them into any shape, and they'll always keep your camera steady!

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AmandaK said...

The suction-cup clip holds vacuum-tight to virtually any flat surface (including soft-touch finishes) with the flip of a switch.

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caroneko said...

How cool is this thing?

"Featuring over two dozen flexible leg joints that bend and rotate, the Gorillapod will firmly secure your compact digital camera to virtually any surface — anywhere and everywhere!"

barbara said...

Each Gorillapod is made up of 30 or more fully articulating ball-and-socket joints. You can bend and twist them into any shape, and they'll always keep your camera steady!

Missesprincess said...

There are 4 total models in a variety of colors ~ including one for SLRs ~ I soooo want one of these.

Robin said...

The Joby gorillapod comes in 5 different versions;Go-go, original, SLR, SLR-ZOOOM, and focus.
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ccswch said...

The flexible joints bend and rotate 360° to form the perfect shape.

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DePro said...

I like that it's small and doesn't take up alot of storage space.

tom343 said...

Gorillapods do not require a level or elevated surface for you to take the perfect shot

Annette said...

I love how compact it is. A lot of the smaller tripods won't support a SLR camera.

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M.A. said...

Each Gorillapod is made up of 30 or more fully articulating ball-and-socket joints.

Kathy said...

The Gorillapod is the ideal camera accessory for photographers on the go.

I am seriously ordering one of these, unless of course I win one.

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Nichola said...

The GorillaPod is sold at REI stores throughout the country.

My photographer sister-in-law needs this!

Grammy Kay said...

I learned that the Go-Go is a close cousin of the Gorillapod Original, but in addition to the standard camera adapter, the Go-Go! includes two high-bond adhesive clips and a high-tech suction cup that holds on almost any smooth surface, including soft-touch finishes! Pretty nifty.

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April said...

I'm digging the fact that it's strong enough to support my SLR camera.

Amy, Jared, Cadance & Brody said...

How cool are these. I can't believe it's joints can bend 360 degrees!
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Dave said...

The largest Gorillapod, the Focus, can support up to an 11 pound camera. This is a handy product for both the hobbyist and the professional. Thank you for the chance to win.

Rebecca said...

Joby's Gorillapod is the only tripod malleable enough to provide you with the perfect shot while wrapped around a tree branch, hanging from a pole, or perched on a jagged rock. Way cool!

Julie D said...

The small GorillaPod is great for giving a handle to small cameras. A physical therapist I work with has a small digital camera that she has trouble holding, so she puts a GorillaPot on it to give her a handle.

Sarah said...

I learned that it can be used to safely hang your camera upside down from a tree branch.

Nina said...

It is made up of 30 or more fully articulating ball-and-socket joints! That was a mouthful!


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Jodi said...

I really love how compact it is! Would be very easy to take with you all the time! Thanks for the giveaway.

Sue said...

It holds up to eleven pounds. This looks fabulous!! Thanks for sharing~

ktanjatk said...

The Gorillapod SLR-ZOOM can support a whopping 6.6 pounds (3kg)!

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Lucero said...

The GorillaPod comes in 5 models for everyone from the mobile casual photographer to the professional photographer. They even offer flash clips for their SLR models that allow lighting accesories to be attached.
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Ken said...

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Sherry R said...

I love how many different sizes it comes in!

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Deirdre said...

There is a suction-cup clip that holds vacuum-tight to virtually any flat surface

Clinton said...

The Gorillapod's lock ring enables extra security to ensure your camera is safely attached.

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susan said...

You could even add Spike Feet for Gorillapod SLR-ZOOM. How cool!

Think about it said...

You can bend and twist them into any shape, and they'll always keep your camera steady.
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pitaharmon said...

I see someone else with my answer, but I did go and look myself-I like the accessory that adds spikes to the Gorillapod, so you could stick it into grass. I would give this to my 14 yr. old daughter. She is a great photographer, and has a broken tripod, but she still tries to use it.
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joannaonthelake said...

I too love photography and consider myself an amateur photographer. There have been so many times in the past where I certainly could have used a Gorillapod for those extreme shots I wanted to capture! I learned that the the Gorillapod's lock ring enables extra security to ensure your camera is safely attached. This product is genius and I would love to have it for all my future photography projects! Thank you so much for the opportunity to enter.
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jennem said...

Limited Edition Pine Green in eco-packaging is currently available.
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ColleenMarie82 said...

I like all the different colors that it comes in very fun, since many cameras come in all kinds of fun colors!!

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Tj and Amy said...

I love that it is small and flexible. that makes it easy for storing. amsbolda@hotmail.com

Ardy22 said...

They gurarantee 100% satisfaction for it or your money back or exchange

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jjampm said...

The Gorillapod's lock ring enables extra security to ensure your camera is safely attached.

Alisa Didenhover said...

There are five different ones to choose from. adidenhover@gmail.com

Mir said...

Rubberized ring & foot grips provide extra gripping power to grapple wherever you want to go.

.♥.Charlotte.♥. (Life's a Charm!) said...

It supports an amazing 5 kg (11 lbs), providing the stability of a standard tripod at a fraction of the size and weight!
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chromiumman said...

each gorillapod is made up of 30 or more fully articulating ball-and-socket joints

msvickik said...

This is such a great idea! Who wants to lug a big tripod around? Thanks!

Heather said...

I love how many things it is able to attach to. Convenient and handy my kind of photography!

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Valeen said...

I learned that it is made up of 30 or more fully articulating ball and socket joints! Cool!

CanAmBlond said...

I learned that they offer a 100% satisfaction gaurantee. Cool!
Thanks for the chance to win!

~Sandy~ said...

I love that is light weight and compact! thanks so much for the chance to win :O)

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Snoodles said...

I used the selector - it says the right gorillapod for my daughter's minolta is the "slr" model!! Those things are awesome! I think she is a good photographer - I know she could get even more super shots with that gorillapod!
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Cherry Blossoms said...

I love that its "wrappable and grippable"! I could totally use this when trying to take family photos...this way we can get everyone in the shot!
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flared0ne said...

It comes in five different sizes, it makes the articulation of a Rubik's Cube look simple-minded, and you can attach spikes to the feet so it can grapple successfully with turf! All we need now is a camera with remote controls so pushing the shutter release doesn't cause ANY "bobble" at all (I guess the timer setting would work just fine there, actually)!

BillyJack said...

The Joby Gorillapod firmly secures your camera to just about anything — anywhere and everywhere!

Heather said...

I have been eyeing these for awhile! I want the Gorillapod SLR-ZOOM!

jryamada said...

I so love this. Now I can take the perfect pic. I love that Gorillapods do not require a level or elevated surface. Thanks.

Its a Great Day said...

I learned that each Gorillapod is made up of 30 or more fully articulating ball-and-socket joints.

I really want one of these! Thanks!

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HeidiMonkey said...

I love how it's compact and so lightweight. The website is great too!

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