My Gorillapod can grab onto just about anything—provided it's round, preferably magnetic, or made of glass. That limits the places I can actually stick it. The Nasty Clamps however are the Bizzaro Gorillapod—attaching to tables, shelves, and anything else with an edge.
I always forget my tripod, so I have a collection of stupid MySpace-style shots from all over the world. These new Joby tripods collapse down nearly flat beneath your camera so you can keep them connected all the time.
Popular Photo has gone and drummed up 28 of the best deals for photography-related gear. Cameras, lenses, flashes, bags, storage mediums, etc. If you're looking to up your photo game, here's the place to start.
Remember that tortoise a while back that got an office chair wheel for a foot? Apparently, doing the same to a GorillaPod tripod transforms it into a smooth-panning, camera system.
If you're in need of a sturdy-yet-bendy mini-tripod and aren't willing to buy one, then this DIY Gorillapod project might be the ideal solution for you. The tripod is simple to make, looks good, and will do its job well.
We may not all be professional videographers, but the world needs its neighborhood auteurs. Whoever that person is capturing memories at 60 frames per second, these are the gifts for them.
Joby's Gorillapod Video lets your shake-prone pocket cam cling to nearby pipes, table legs, or skinny trees. Because not every video you shoot with your Flip or Kodak PlaySport or whatever has to be shaky.
Beauty, love, ingenuity, forgiveness, and duct tape. This week's Now Available showcases some colorful cameras, a brilliant and simple home networking solution, a redeemed 27" display, and a tripod that turns your iPod Touch into bizarro Spiderman.
In today's Remainders: ideas! Ideas of all sorts, ranging from the very good—a ketchup package that allows for dipping—to the very bad—cutting a power cord with scissors—and including no less than two ideas somewhere in between!
Every photographer wants to be artsy, because if their Flickr stream isn't fancy enough to pull in lots of "Oh, you're so talented" comments, what's the point? Here's some gift ideas for aspiring artsy photographers.
We've all heard of Joby's renowned Gorillapods, the tough, highly flexible ball socket tripods that fit everything from dSLRs to PSPs. The Gorillatorch takes this same basic idea and pops on magnet feet and a bright LED head.
No matter how many times I see this photo—of a squirrel crashing Melissa and Jackson Brandts' photo opportunity at Lake Minnewanka, in Canada's Banff National Park—it always makes me laugh. The fact that it's 100% real definitely helps:
As well as tweaking its Gorillapod flexible gripping tripod design in the Gogo model, to support all sorts of gadgets, Joby's now applied some real beefing-up techniques to its original camera-tripod version and created the Gorillapod Focus, designed for heavier camera gear. Made from aluminum so it weighs just 1.1…
Joby's taken it's mighty camera-supporting flexible tripod the Gorillapod and tweaked it to support more than just cameras and lenses. The new Go-Go has interchangeable adapters at its tip, meaning it's good for nearly all your portable gear. There's still the standard camera tripod mount, but now it also comes with a…
Joby introduced a new member of the GorillaPod family at PMA 2007, the GorillaPod Solo. Instead of a tripod, it's just got one long leg that can wrap securely around much larger objects than the original versions can.
Back in February we first saw the Joby Gorillapod. It is an extremely versatile tripod that can wrap around damn near anything. Joby has answered the requests of the people and released a bigger, better version of the Gorillapod designed for small camcorders and SLR cameras. The Gorillapod SLR uses the standard…