The Sony GPVPT2BTW Shooting Grip with Mini Tripod - White, now available in a new colour variant, is ideal for many different types of content creation ranging from vlogs to travel photography / videography to simple everyday use.
Compatible with select Sony cameras featuring Bluetooth connectivity, this grip offers wireless control over select shooting controls, via built-in shutter release and video record buttons, a zoom rocker switch, and a customizable C1 button. Beyond serving as just an accessory grip, the grip itself can be splayed into three legs and function as a tripod for hands-free shooting. The integrated head can tilt upward 80° (40° when setup as a tripod), downward 90°, and rotate 360° for easier positioning. Additionally, the grip is dust and moisture-resistant to suit its use with select weather-sealed cameras.
Note: Product is shown in use for illustration only, additional equipment is not included.
|Load Capacity||3.3 lb / 1.5 kg|
|Tilting Angle Adjustment||As Grip: +80°,
As Tripod: +40°, -90°
|Connectivity||Bluetooth v4.2 (2.4 GHz)|
|Power||1 x CR2032 Lithium-Ion Battery|
|Operating Conditions||14-122°F / -10-50°C|
|Storage Conditions||-4-140°F / -20-60°C|
|Dimensions||With Legs Folded:
2 x 6.8 x 1.7" / 49.5 × 173 × 42 mm
With Legs Unfolded: 5.8 x 5.3 x 6.4" / 146.5 × 133.5 × 163 mm
|Weight||7.6 oz / 215 g|
With a compatible camera attached, remote controls for still and movie shooting can be operated while holding the grip normally, without having to touch the camera.
Pull yourself closer to your subject with the zoom lever on the remote, or use the slow zoom switch for a more measured close up
Check vertical and horizontal alignment: press the grid line button on the remote to see a grid of four white lines that helps you
The Sony GPVPT2BT is slim and compact: slip it in the supplied case and take it on a shoot with no bother
This tripod is tough enough to go wherever you go: you can sling it over your shoulder and it won't weigh you down
Always capture the moment perfectly: quickly attach your Handycam for a steady shot and then easily release once you're done.