- Jul 29, 2021
From its new televisions to highly technical cameras, Sony has always surprised us with its new and exciting innovations. This tech giant Sony introduced a wireless multifunction Bluetooth shooting grip handle named GP-VPT2BT on January 14, 2020. This shooting handle has various usage. However, it’s a bit expensive.
This multipurpose handle is 173mm tall, weighs 215g, and supports Bluetooth 4.2. Though it looks like a regular tripod at first glance, it surely has some amazing features.
Sony GP-VPT2BT can be used as a selfie stick, a tripod or a Bluetooth wireless remote. Its versatile use makes it more applicable and worth its money.
The wireless Bluetooth handle can be used with a Sony micro single or black card camera for handheld stable cameras or as a desktop tripod. The reports showing that the device can rotate smoothly and can adjust to switching between the self-timer and the normal shooting direction.
Additionally, GP-VPT2BT can also be locked at 90 ° for vertical shooting using the gimbal rotation and front and rear shooting angle adjustment. The device includes an adjustment wheel that we can use to handle the attached camera for a better grip.
This Sony wireless multifunction Bluetooth shooting handle grip comes with a C1 custom button that functions just like the camera C1 custom buttons. The conventional buttons of the handle include the photo capture button, zoom button, Flip button, and Movie button.
Using the C1 custom button function, we can easily switch the focal point of the camera. The handle features an indicator and the lock switch makes it easier to use.
The grip of the handle offers a great shooting angle for anyone. Its versatile mount allows fast aiming. Moreover, GP-VPT2BT has a dust and moisture resistant design. It has got an amazing tilt function and most importantly, it is wireless and easier to use.
Sony GP-VPT2BT is available for sale on Sony’s official website at a price of 900 yuan ( approximately $130). However, it is only available in China at the moment. We hope that it will soon be made available for the rest of the world.