Life Balance – Telescoping Grip for GoPro
With teen girls and lots of traveling for our blog, we take a TON of pictures. Of course the girls take 4 to 1 of selfies to my food and travel but we all are know for always having a camera in our hands.
I like using a mounted camera for videos and other longer shoots as it helps to stabilize the shot. This unit by Life Balance is one of the best I have used so far.
The main pole is made from aluminum alloy. Because it’s lightweight and compact, it is super easy to carry around or hold out at arms length without noticing the additional weight. When it is packed it can fit inside a small camera bag, so there no reason to not have it with you. The pole consists of three extendable parts, and they can be adjusted so they extend incrementally from the shortest setting to the longest.
This camera pole is exclusively made for the GoPro cameras. The unique mounting attachment secures the GoPro as other poles can not. The pole comes with all the tools that you will need to safely your GoPro camera. With the cost of a camera, know that it is attached to a product designed specifically for it provides peace of mind for me.
The only thing I wish this pole had was a tripod mounting set. This would enable it to be mounted to a tripod which would give you that extra height you need for those angle shots.
Overall I recommend this product for GoPro users. You can learn more or purchase the Telescoping Grip for GoPro on Amazon. Pricing includes free shipping.
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