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JOBY at Photokina!

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We unveiled our brand new line of awesome camera straps at this year’s Photokina, the world’s leading photo and imaging fair.  Most of the team wasn’t able to be in Germany for the grand reveal, which is why we were super excited to get images of our booth this morning.

Now, we might be biased, but that is a great looking booth!

Are you so inspired by these images that you want to find out more about our new camera straps?!? Check out the UltraFit Sling Strap for Men, UltraFit Sling Strap for Women and 3-Way Camera Strap on JOBY.com!

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Friday Finds: Nature Calling, International Gorillapod Fans and What it Feels Like to be a Trombone

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Hello Creactives!

Nature Calling

This calming video shows some lovely  images of natures from the vantage point of a canine. Made by creating a steadicam out of a Gorillapod SLR Zoom and string, Etsu Ha claims to have created the cheapest steadicam.

Dog’s eyes the cheapest DIY Steadicam? from etsu ha on Vimeo.

This quiet video of sunrise by Eric Crowley is shot with a D90 and a Gorillapod and is a gentle view of the beginning of the day.

Sunrise from Eric Crowley on Vimeo.

International Press

Joby’s presence at Photokina last week (pictures to come shortly) was heralded by a number of foreign language press. Unfortunately, I cannot speak all of these languages but it is exciting to see some of the great International fans we have.

Starting with the Dutch….

Moving onto the French (I love it when cool technology like this 3D Camera is aided by a Gorillapod Focus and Ballhead 1 to get the job done right)…

And even some Vietnamese….

Adventures in Trombone Land

The inner music dork in me loved this little trombone, Flip HD and Gorillapod test. Not to mention that I was just making a fool of myself the other day trying to explain to my niece what a trombone was. This video would have come in handy for sure.