We have been using our gravgrip to shoot the bulk of the last several YouTube videos on our channel. This thing is truly awesome. It’s easy to set up, light weight and pretty durable . We got the extension pole and shoot with a GoPro attached to the gravgrip. It has been in way below freezing temperatures and has been abused on extremely rough jeep trails in the snow, mud , dust and rain. We have had it out the window at over 60mph and not one issue. I would highly recommend getting one to create shots that don’t look like everyone else’s on social media.
I will try to post a link to our channel so you can see what I’m talking about with elements that we’ve had it in and the Unique shots.
I will admit that I was a little skeptical that it could handle what we were wanting to use it for and even contacted gravgrip to ask many questions before purchasing but it has far exceeded our expectations.
Obviously from the previous statement gravgrip also has really good customer service. We don’t know how good the warranty is because we haven’t broke ours and have had zero issues despite the abuse that it receives.
I’m sure we will be buying more GravGrip’s and accessories in the future.
I have included the YouTube link at the bottom for our YouTube channel ( Owyhee off road )
Ok so I shoot video for my YouTube channel often. Always looking for that next way to film. Can’t afford a gimbal. Here is your answer. This this is easy to use and makes everything butter smooth for great flow. Their east to follow video helps you set up your GoPro a breeze. Can’t wait to use this off-roading and of course on bigger trips in the future.
I ran into a gravgrip review on YouTube. It was a great buy and a super fun gopro accessory to have
The best part is no batteries.
This is an awesome tool for filming. My daughter used it for a school project. It came out like a pro did it. I will take it on my trout fishing/golfing trip later in May. Should be fun.