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GoPro Fusion Grip

Item # 770SBHM001

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Our take on the GoPro Fusion Grip

This versatile three-in-one grip attaches to the GoPro Fusion 360 action camera. It's a hand grip in its collapsed configuration, a telescoping "selfie-stick"-type pole when extended, and has three fold-out feet that turn it into a tripod.

Product Highlights:

  • replacement three-in-one grip for GoPro Fusion 360 action camera
  • hand grip, telescoping pole, and tripod configurations
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee

What's in the Box:

  • Fusion Grip mount
  • Thumb screw (installed)

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Overview: The GoPro Fusion Grip is a versatile mount for the Fusion 360° action camera. The Fusion Grip can be used as a camera grip with an extension pole, or as a portable tripod. It has the swivel camera mount with a thumb screw on the top. The Fusion Grip has a standard GoPro mount and can be used with any GoPro camera.

Camera Grip: As a camera grip, the Fusion Grip is about 9" in length with a 1.4" diameter grip handle. The camera can tilt on the swivel mount to the angle you desire. You can extend the length to a maximum of 23" by turning the mount counter-clockwise and pulling up. You can lock the extension at any length by twisting the mount clockwise.

Tripod: The Fusion Grip has three 8" legs that fold out to transform the grip into a tripod. As a tripod, you can adjust the height from 7" to 21". When extended, the legs can be used on any level surface. The legs are magnetic and hold together in place when folded.

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