Sony GP-VPT2BT Shooting Grip with Bluetooth Control

Sony GP-VPT2BT Shooting Grip with Bluetooth Control

Key Features

  • Wireless remote with Bluetooth connection
  • Double as a safe and sturdy tripod
  • Easily adjustable camera angle with the flexible tilt function
  • Dust and moisture resistant
  • Contoured for comfort


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Total Price £159.00
EAN Code 4548736109520
SKU 25399

Sony GP-VPT2BT Shooting Grip with Bluetooth Control


The new Sony GP-VPT2BT Shooting Grip is ideal for vlogging and general photography. Designed to complement the growing range of Sony mirrorless cameras including the Sony a6600 and the Sony RX100 VII, the wireless shooting grip doubles as a small tripod leaving your hands free for vlogging. There’s no need for any cables as the grip offers Bluetooth connectivity with a wide range of Sony compact mirrorless cameras.

Tilt Function

Easy angle adjustment with the tilt function. Quickly position the camera to the ideal angle to capture a wide range of subjects and viewpoints. The tilt function allows you to get those awkward angle shots without having to assume uncomfortable postures for long periods of time.

Wireless Connectivity

Cable free shooting with Bluetooth wireless connection means there’s no need for connecting cables. This aids maximum dust and moisture resistance from the camera as the connectors can stay fully closed.

Ergonomic Features

The grip design is contoured to provide a comfortable and stable grip when in use. The remote control buttons including the C1 button and lock switch are easily accessed whilst holding the grip, resulting in a smooth and intuitive operation.


Dimensions (WxHxD) Grip: 49.5 x 173 x 42mm
Dimensions (WxHxD) Tripod: 146.5 x 133.5 x 163mm
Weight: 215g
Maximum Load: 1.5kg
Tilting Angle Grip: Up 80º, Down 90º
Tilting Angle Tripod: Up 40º, Down 90º

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