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Gorillamobile tripod for iPhone 4

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November 10, 2010

Gorillamobile for iPhone 4

Gorillamobile for iPhone 4

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Joby has continued a steady stream of product releases by tweaking the Gorillapod mobile tripod series for iPhone 4. The Gorillamobile for iPhone 4 features the flexible legs found on all Gorillapod tripods and a stand-alone bumper case to protect your device when in your pocket or packed away.

The Gorillapod design has over two dozen leg joints that can bend and rotate 360 degrees, so your your options are almost limitless. A lock ring provides extra security to ensure your device won’t go any where, whilst a rubberized ring and foot grips allow set up on slippery or unstable surfaces.

The result is the ability to take pics with your iPhone from tough of angles with wrappable legs that give you the freedom to attach this tripod to a tree or railing. On the playback side of the equation, you can also set up your iPod Touch or iPhone to watch a video during a flight.

The adaptable rail design also allows you to change between portrait or landscape options, whilst an add-on camera adapter clip lets you use the Gorillamobile with compact point-and-shoot cameras.

Gorillamobile Specifications:
  • Holds up to 325g (11.5 oz)
  • Universal camera adapter clip with ¼-20 screw
  • Polycarbonate, high ABS plastic and durable TPE grip rings
  • Case: 4.8 x 2.6 x 0.5" (123 x 65 x 12mm)
  • 
Stand: 1.4 x 6.7" (35 x 170 mm)
  • Designed for: Mobile phones, PDAs, MP3/video players, Gaming devices, GPS units, compact digital and mini video cameras

The Gorillamobile for iPhone 4 costs €39.95.

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