Features & Specs
The GPod Mini Magnetic is a compact portable tripod that offers a multitude of mounting solutions for your point-and-shoot or action video camera (like a GoPro®). Just stick it to anything magnetic adjust the frame and shoot… it is that easy!
- Stable: Magnetic feet adhere to all types of metal objects; flexible leg joints adapt to all types of uneven surfaces.
- Flexible: An adjustable tripod neck allows quick changes of position of the camera for more creative possibilities.
- Portable: Weighs in at less than two ounces and features folding legs that make it super portable, easily to carry in a pocket, handbag, tote, backpack or point-and-shoot camera bag.
Designed for:Point & Shoot Camera
Dimensions and Weight:
|Product Dimensions:||3.3 x 3.3 x 17.1 cm (1.30 x 1.30 x 6.73 in)|
|Weight:||43 g (0.09 lbs)|
|Packaged Weight:||80 g (0.18 lbs)|
|Capacity:||325 g (0.72 lbs)|
In The Box
- GPod Mini Magnetic
How to Use GPod Mini Magnetic
Screw GPod into Your Camera's Tripod Mount
Screw your GPod into the camera tripod mount on the bottom on your camera. Make sure it is tightly screwed in! If you want to use GPod with your phone, attach our GripTight Mount to your GPod. If you want to use GPod with your GoPro, you'll need a GoPro® Tripod Mount.
Attach to Any Magnetic Surface!
GPod has three super strong magnets in its feet. Attach them to any ferrous metal surface, like poles, pipes and railings. For an extra strong grip, make sure GPod's feet are flush with the metal surface.
Stabilize on Any Surface!
Because of its flexible leg joints, GPod is great for getting the perfect shot on just about any surface. Make sure to have one leg positioned to the left of the camera, one leg to the right and one leg in front of the lens for the most stable set up. You don't want your GPod toppling over right in the middle of a timelapse photo series! A squat stance is the best stance for GPod!
Q & A
I have a Panasonic TZ60 and would like a tripod that is as small and compact as possible to take travelling. Would the mini magnetic tripod suffice or would I need to go for a larger one?
Is there any risk of using/storing the GorillaPod Magnetic orGPod Mini Magnetic around digital cameras (inc. memory cards)?
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