SKU: GC35-GPVPT2BT

Sony GP-VPT2BT Wireless Shooting Grip

Sony GP-VPT2BT Wireless Shooting Grip

Helping to improve shooting stability, the Sony GP-VPT2BT Wireless Shooting Grip is a convenient tool that serves as both a larger grip for handheld shooting as well as a sleek tabletop tripod. Compatible with select Sony cameras featuring Bluetooth connectivity, this grip offers wireless control over select shooting controls, via built-in shutter release and video record buttons, a zoom rocker switch, and a customizable C1 button. Beyond serving as just an accessory grip, the grip itself can be splayed into three legs and function as a tripod for hands-free shooting. The integrated head can tilt upward 80° (40° when set up as a tripod), downward 90°, and rotate 360° for easier positioning. Additionally, the grip is dust and moisture-resistant to suit its use with select weather-sealed cameras.

Camera Compatibility:

  • a9 II, a7R IV, a6600, a6100, RX100 VII, ZV-1
  • a9, a7R III, a7 III, a6400, RX0 II compatible once updated to latest firmware

Regular price $151.00
Sale price $151.00 Regular price $249.00
Pay with
Pay with
In Stock With Suppliers
Request a Price Match

Request a Price Match

Fill out the price match form below, and we will be in touch shortly.

$151.00

Product Overview

Sony GP-VPT2BT Wireless Shooting Grip

Helping to improve shooting stability, the Sony GP-VPT2BT Wireless Shooting Grip is a convenient tool that serves as both a larger grip for handheld shooting as well as a sleek tabletop tripod. Compatible with select Sony cameras featuring Bluetooth connectivity, this grip offers wireless control over select shooting controls, via built-in shutter release and video record buttons, a zoom rocker switch, and a customizable C1 button. Beyond serving as just an accessory grip, the grip itself can be splayed into three legs and function as a tripod for hands-free shooting. The integrated head can tilt upward 80° (40° when set up as a tripod), downward 90°, and rotate 360° for easier positioning. Additionally, the grip is dust and moisture-resistant to suit its use with select weather-sealed cameras.

Need advice?

Speak to one of our dedicated Australian-based sales team members.

Call us
Camera Review: The X100 VI we find out if it's worth the hype!

Camera Review: The X100 VI we find out if it's worth the hype!

2011 seems so long ago since Fujifilm sparked interest in a humble mirrorless rangefinder called the X100. Fast forward six generations, thirteen years, and the X100VI has been announced, reigniting the fanfare...

View post
The Best Reusable Film Cameras - Comparing Ilford, Yashica and Kodak!

The Best Reusable Film Cameras - Comparing Ilford, Yashica an...

If you have been looking for a more sustainable way of capturing photos instead of a disposable camera, then we recommend one of these top three reusable 35mm film cameras, as shown...

View post
What is the best Disposable Camera? - Comparing Yashica, Fuji & Kodak!

What is the best Disposable Camera? - Comparing Yashica, Fuji...

Disposable cameras have re-emerged as a popular choice for photographers at all levels. Far from being forgotten, these cameras have gained a following among those seeking a distinct and creative photographic experience. In our latest...

View post