Joby GorillaPod Micro 250 Wins Red Dot Design Award

March 26, 2012 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Accessories | 1 Comment |
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The Joby GorillaPod Micro 250 has been awarded a Red Dot design award. “The GorillaPod Micro 250, provides a durable tripod for point and shoot cameras when you need it, and it stows away on the camera when you don’t,” Joby says. “Weighing less than one ounce, the GorillaPod Micro can support compact cameras up weighing up to 250 grams.”

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Joby GorillaPod Micro 250 – wins coveted ‘Red Dot’ Award

What weighs less than one ounce, is ‘always on’ and can offer instant, sturdy support for your camera?  The Joby GorillaPod Micro 250 – that’s what! 

As recognition of this ‘always on’ style of tripod with its sleek design and top notch capability – the Micro 250 has been awarded a coveted Red Dot design award.

In an evaluation process lasting several days, judged by a 30-strong expert jury, the innovative little GorillaPod tripod was scrutinised alongside more than 4,515 other products. With its high quality design, the GorillaPod Micro 250 inspired the experts - receiving the globally sought-after red dot for its fine design in the ‘entertainment technology & camera’ category.

GorillaPod Micro 250
The GorillaPod Micro 250, provides a durable tripod for point and shoot cameras when you need it, and it stows away on the camera when you don’t . It’s an always-on tripod that offers the stability and the versatility of level positioning to capture sharp photos on-the-go. Weighing less than one ounce, the GorillaPod Micro can support compact cameras up weighing up to 250 grams.

Elegantly concealed beneath the base of the camera, the GorillaPod Micro is convenient to carry and easily fits in any camera case or pocket. The coated alloy construction is engineered for dependable stability, with auto-fanning legs for quick one handed deployment and stowage. The machined aluminum positioning ball allows for 360° panning movement for precise composition control.  Colourful rubber grips also provide rock-solid footing on any even or uneven surface, free of resonant vibrations. With GorillaPod Micro 250, you can capture crisp low-light landscapes, join group portraits and record time-lapse party scenes, wherever your adventures take you.

And if you’re needing a bigger version for a larger camera, then look no further than the GorillaPod Micro 800 – the 250’s big brother!

For more information on the Joby GorrillaPod range visit http://www.joby.com
Products are widely available from all good photographic retailers – on the high street and online.



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#1 Eyal Gurevitch

Looks way cooler than Gorillapod's regular vertebrae tripod.

-eyalg

1:26 pm - Monday, March 26, 2012