Monday, June 17, 2013

The Joby GripTight Micro Stand

You're a phone photographer - yeah, you know who you are! And you care about your phone so you put your well-loved phone in a case. However, the case can get in the way of your iphoneography. So, you take your case off when you want to take pictures and put it back after. What a hassle!

Enter the Joby GripTight Micro Stand!

It is essentially a clamp that you can use to steady your phone shots. And the good thing is, you don't need to remove the case if you want to use it. The clamp goes from 2.1 to 2.8 inches! So even if you use, ahem, a non-iPhone phone, then you are good to go! Well, unless you are using a 7-inch behemoth of a phone... (Can that still be called a phone?!?)

When you are done, just fold the GripTight Micro Stand and put it in your pocket. Just take note that this is a small accessory that you can lose. Yeah, sad story, though with a happy ending...

And you can even use the Micro Stand for your point-and-shoot! (Yeah, don't give up your P&S just yet: consider my posts here and here.) If your P&S is 8oz or less, then you're good to go. The legs even fold into almost-nothingness: it does not add a significant weight nor add a noticeable increase in dimensions. It's there when you need it!

And if you want to see how it "unfolds", I have prepared this short vid for you...

Joby GripTight Micro Stand - More Than Meets the Eye! from Gary Coronado on Vimeo.

(I originally wanted to make a Vine vid but I wanted to add the sound effect, so I "just" made a Vimeo!)

This gadget is Highly Recommended!

So get yours here:

Special thanks to Stephen Cheng for the great customer support!

Gear used to make this post:

-- Canon Powershot G15 (Reviews Part 1 and Part 2)

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