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Joby Action Grip and Pole for GoPro - 500150

AU $58.80 Inc GST

RRP: $69.00 Save: $10.20

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Joby Action Grip and Pole

Why would you buy a Joby Action Grip and Pole?

Capturing the right point of view, up-close or from afar, the Joby Action Grip & Pole is enduring, comfortable and even floats in water. Whether using the Action Grip by itself or with the 2’ extension pole, it’s ready to capture all your stunts.

Works with any Action Camera: Comes with built-in GoPro® threads and thumbscrew, but also comes with Top Pin for use with any other action camera (1/4"-20 screw).

Floating handle with tether: The compact grip floats in water and also comes with a simple wrist strap so you’ll never lose it.

Modular 18" (46cm) aluminum extension pole: The removable end cap allows you to attach the included pole or any broom or pole that has the standard painter’s pole threading. You can even add multiple poles to make an extra long pole.

The Joby Action Grip and Pole comes with a full Joby Australia warranty.

Cameras Direct since 2003. Pop into our Gold Coast camera store & warehouse or order online. We look forward to being at your SERVICE Australia wide. We look forward to helping you take a better photo soon. Thank you

Additional Information

Name Joby Action Grip and Pole for GoPro - 500150
Manufacturer Part Number JB01351
Manufacturer Joby
Special Price $58.80
For Cameras that have a 1/4"-20 socket.
Product Type Accessory Kit

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