While the digital revolution has changed the face of photography, itself, camera accessories have remained largely the same since the analog age. Straps are still made of fabric, cases are still plastic, and most mounting accessories still have three rigid legs. Joby made waves in 2006 with its line of Gorillapods, essentially tripods with notched, bendable legs. The unique design let photographers mount their cameras on tree limbs, bars, and unstable places that traditional tripods couldn't handle.
With the Gorillapod Magnetic, Joby is mounting magnets to the feet of its quirky tripod design, as it similarly did with the metal-mountable Gorillatorch
flashlight. The new version will hold cameras that weigh up to 11.5 ounces, and should be available sometime this April. Just you wait. Facebook will soon be full of photos shot from the refrigerator door. [From: Engadget