Joby GorillaPod 325 Pros Small — 6.9" × 1.4" Very Lightweight — 2 oz. Flexible legs can wrap around objects Cons The ballhead is friction operated. Can be very jerky when adjusting its posit...
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## [Joby GorillaPod 325] **Pros** * Small — 6.9" × 1.4" * Very Lightweight — 2 oz. * Flexible legs can wrap around objects **Cons** * The ballhead is friction operated. Can be very jerky when adjusting its position * The leg sockets can become worn and loose after lots of use What can I say? Joby GorillaPods are a known quantity and have been around for quite awhile. There are several differently-sized GorillaPods. The [GorillaPod 325] is the current lightest-weight GorillaPod. It is supposedly rated for 325 grams (11.5 oz.) (hence the 325 model number). The ever-so-slightly larger [GorillaPod 500] supposedly supports 500 grams (17.6 oz.). I have an older, much larger one that can support lightweight DSLRs with small lenses. I've used it some times, mostly as a table top tripod. I don't know, I'm not much of a GorillaPod fan. But they have their uses, and the GorillaPod 325 model certainly is small enough to consider for backpacking. ![Image alt text](https://photography.codidact.com/uploads/94GpkZhKEv4LhBLq7CvfLEUc) : https://joby.com/us-en/gorillapod-325-jb01505-bww/ : https://joby.com/us-en/gorillapod-500-jb01502-bww/