Joby Completes It’s Line of TelePods

JOBY has announced the complete launch of their full line of TelePod products. The TelePod Mobile, TelePod 325 and TelePod PRO Kit telescoping tripods join the already well-known GripTight PRO TelePod in empowering videographers working with lightweight gear.

Joby said the TelePod series delivers maximum versatility with the ability to function as a handgrip, monopod, elevated stand or tripod. With dedicated solutions for both mobile and camera, the TelePod provides users the ability to capture content from new perspectives, taking creativity to the next level.

All models feature the ability to work in four modes, including hand grip, extended grip, elevated tripod and tabletop tripod. All models are compatible with a variety of JOBY mounts. They are built with lightweight, high strength glass-filled composite, ABS plastic, anodized aluminum, stainless steel and TPE.

TelePod Solutions for mobile devices include the GripTight PRO TelePod and the TelePod Mobile. These grip up to plus-size smartphones with endless attachment options. Both models include Bluetooth Impulse remote shutter device.

TelePod Solutions for camera support point-and-shoot, 360, action cameras and mirrorless. The TelePod 325 and TelePod PRO Kit are for vlogging, overhead shots and stability on uneven surfaces.

The TelePod 325 is more compact version of the TelePod PRO. This entry-level handheld tripod/vlogging stick was designed for compact point-and-shoots, 360 and action cameras (additional pin joint mount required) and great for mounting a lightweight microphone or small LED light.

The TelePod PRO Kit has maximum versatility due to the inclusion of the JOBY BallHead 1K that offers 360 degree panning and 90 tilt for unlimited angles. The 2.2 pound weight capacity is excellent for mirrorless, point-and-shoot, 360, action cams or video light. Expand attachment options via ¼”-20 mount plus included Pin Joint.

All products will be available early October.

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