PETALUMA, Calif. (PRWEB) January 04, 2018
JOBY, makers of the original GorillaPod flexible tripod, today announced the new JOBY GorillaPod Mobile Rig™, the perfect smartphone accessory for the creation of pro-grade videos, vlogs and YouTube® content. Taking design feedback from the active JOBY community of content creators, the GorillaPod Mobile Rig builds on the original patented GorillaPod design, with flexible arms for more versatility. Its secure mount works with any smartphone and up to three additional devices like mics, lights and GoPro® cameras.
This product supports the rapidly growing trend for video content on social media platforms including YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat and Periscope. The GorillaPod Mobile Rig is flexible, portable and easy to use, making it the essential tool for any content creator, vlogger or journalist creating pro-grade video.
Advanced features include: adjustable tilt for selfies, and landscape or portrait shooting modes for standard horizontal formats like YouTube as well as vertical video for platforms like Instagram and Periscope. This versatility, combined with the ability to add up to three additional devices like mics, lights and action cameras via the standard ¼"-20 tripod connections, gives you the perfect mobile video rig.
“Our community of JOBY makers live in the moment. They are constantly looking for the next content creation opportunity and need tools that are as unique and flexible as they are,” said Tim Grimmer, Vice President of Brand and Product for JOBY, Vitec Imaging Solutions. “With our new GorillaPod Mobile Rig, we’re helping vloggers and mobile video content producers truly get a grip on the creative capabilities of their smartphones and action cameras.”
The GorillaPod Mobile Rig for any smartphone (US MSRP $99.95) is lightweight (362g/12.8oz) and leverages the patented GorillaPod ball and socket design with rubberized grips to provide endless flexibility and quick adjustability. The GorillaPod Mobile Rig securely mounts to any smartphone with a pro-grade, locking GripTight™ mount.
The flexible legs on the GorillaPod Mobile Rig can be used as a handle, wrapped around objects such as trees or polls for unique videos and images, or used as a tripod. The two 6-socket GorillaPod arms with the standard ¼"-20 tripod connections, two Cold Shoe mounts and one GoPro® mount provides content creators with the ability to add up to three devices at one time.
The GorillaPod Mobile Rig is immediately available on JOBY.com. For more information, please visit or follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
We live to ignite your creativity. JOBY's award-winning mounts, stands and grips are flexible, easy to use and designed to elevate the potential of the latest mobile and imaging devices. Our innovative accessories bring creative vision to the next level, empowering users to capture adventure from any angle. We redefined the tripod industry a decade ago when we developed the GorillaPod™ flexible tripod. For more information, please visit JOBY.com.
About Vitec Group plc – vitecgroup.com
Vitec is a leading global provider of premium branded products and solutions to the fast changing and growing “image capture and sharing” market. Vitec’s customers include broadcasters, independent content creators, photographers and enterprises, and our activities comprise design, manufacture and distribution of high performance products and software including camera supports, wireless systems, robotic camera systems, prompters, LED lights, mobile power, monitors and bags. We employ around 1,600 people across the world in ten different countries and are organized in two divisions: Broadcast and Photographic. Vitec’s owned brands; Avenger, Gitzo, JOBY, Lastolite by Manfrotto, Lowepro and Manfrotto are represented in the United States by its own direct distribution system, Manfrotto Distribution. Additionally, Manfrotto Distribution is the US distributor of Gossen, Metz, 360Rize, Shoulderpod and National Geographic. The Vitec Group plc is listed on the London Stock Exchange with a 2016 revenue of £376.2 million.