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olloclip’s Mobile Videography Kit Comes A Sleek Case From Incase

If you are into videography with your smartphone, then must be a believer in add-on optics and articulated mobile grip. If so, here’s something from olloclip and Incase which you may want to ponder about. In a press release dated July 17, olloclip, maker of add-on optics for smartphone, announced a collaborative effort with Incase that will have your mobile videography covered. Called olloclip x Incase Limited Edition Filmer’s Kit, it boasts olloclip Core Lens Set for iPhone 7/7 Plus, featuring multi-element Fisheye, Super-Wide and Macro 15x lenses, olloclip Active Lens Set for iPhone 7/7 Plus that comes with multi-element Telephoto and Ultra-Wide lenses, and a olloclip Pivot articulating mobile video grip for a more stable videography experience. Continue reading olloclip’s Mobile Videography Kit Comes A Sleek Case From Incase

olloclip Lenses For iPhone 7 Have Similar Perspectives As DSLR Cameras

Since the launch of the iPhone 7, there have been praises about its new camera system (well, mostly), but as always, the stock lens may not be the cuppa for really, really serious iPhonegraphers and this is where olloclip Lens Sets for iPhone 7 and 7 Plus aims to address. Altogether, the new olloclip Lens Sets for iPhone 7 and 7 Plus offers three lens sets to suit different iPhonegraphy style: Core, Active and Macro Pro. Whichever you choose, each set will come with the new Connect interchangeable lens system, as well as an innovative hinged lens base that keeps the optic flushed with the device’s camera while not impeding on the use of most screen protectors. Continue reading olloclip Lenses For iPhone 7 Have Similar Perspectives As DSLR Cameras

Helium Core Will Turn Your iPhone Into A Pro-level iPhonegraphy Rig

It is a known fact that iPhone is pretty huge in the imaging department. You don’t need specs to tell you that; gazillions of images around the Internet already proven that. But as good as it is, can it be anymore professional? Well, what do you know? It actually can – if you suit it up with the Helium Core. So what exactly is the Helium Core? At a glance, it looks like a ridiculous clunky but no less attractive aluminum case, but it is actually a chassis designed to enable you to add accessories like lenses or filters, flashes, lights, microphones and whatnot, to your iPhone and thereby, turning it into a pro-level rig. Think of the Helium Core as the exo-frame suit in the cartoon series The Centurions where assortment of accessories can be added, as and when required. Continue reading Helium Core Will Turn Your iPhone Into A Pro-level iPhonegraphy Rig

olloclip Wants You to Take iPhonegraphy to the Next Level with this Mobile Photography System

If an all-out “cinematic camera” seems like an overkill for your casual and fun iPhonegraphy endeavor, the pioneer of add-on lenses for iPhone has a brilliant solution and it is called olloclip Studio Mobile Photography System. Quite a mouthful, perhaps, but it kind of says what it is and as you might have imagine, consists of several parts. The complete kit comes with a ruggedized iPhone case that’s designed to let you swiftly attach olloclip lenses and of course, protects the phone in case of accidental drops, plus there’s a number of accessories that lets you add stuff like microphone, LED light, and also to facilitate mounting on tripod or monopod. Continue reading olloclip Wants You to Take iPhonegraphy to the Next Level with this Mobile Photography System

IndieVice Wants to Turn Your Smartphone into a Cinematic Camera

What does a professional video camera has? It has zoom functionality via handy hard buttons, excellent swappable optics, and can be outfitted with a range of accessories to suit the need, including LED flash, external microphone and more. Smartphone, on the other hand, have none of those, but it can edit and post footages on-the-fly. However, a Montreal-based startup has a bold ambition to blur the line between a smartphone and a professional video camera, and the product that will help them achieve that is the IndieVice SmartBody. Continue reading IndieVice Wants to Turn Your Smartphone into a Cinematic Camera

You Can Turn Your iPhone 6 Plus into a Serious Shooter with this Manfrotto Deluxe Photo Kit

Cassola-based Manfrotto may have changed hands quite a bit, but it has remain a resilient company that has stood the test of time. From its humble beginning as a camera tripod maker to today, it is constantly adapting to the ever changing photography trends and that includes developing gears catering to new-age mobile photographers. The latest to join its smartphone accessories lineup is the KLYP+ Deluxe Photo Kit for iPhone 6 Plus that will turn your iDevice into a pro-like rig, complete with case, swappable optics and LED light. When it comes Manfrotto, aesthetic is the least of your concern. The $125 package includes a case (Manfrotto calls it a photographic case), two interchangeable lenses, and a LED light with tripod mount. Continue reading You Can Turn Your iPhone 6 Plus into a Serious Shooter with this Manfrotto Deluxe Photo Kit

Stesco Wants to Turn Two iPhones into One 3D Stereoscopic Camera

iPhone can do a lot of things, but one thing it can’t do is to take true 3D stereoscopic photos, well, that’s until now. Meet Stesco and Sesco app. Together they will turn two iPhones into one device that takes high-quality 3D stereoscopic photos and videos. Stesco is certainly not the first to bring 3D photography to iPhone; but it stands out as one that (boldly) suggesting that you should do so with two iPhones instead of tricking the a lone device to think it has two lenses. What it offers is a nifty accessory, a socket of sort, that joins two devices together, but that’s as far as hardware goes. It has an integrated 1/4” mounting thread for use with tripod, monopod, or selfie stick and it is design in a way that the two iPhones will be able to capture images at a specific distance from each other, much like how our eyes see things. Continue reading Stesco Wants to Turn Two iPhones into One 3D Stereoscopic Camera

Moment Case Wants to Turn Your iPhone Into An Actual Digital Camera

The newest of the iPhones, the iPhone 6, maybe have stepped up its game in the imaging department, but if you are going make the most out of mobile photography, then the Moment Case for iPhone might just be right up your alley – more so, if you think touchscreen focusing takes too long a time. In addition to providing protection to your device and affording better holding through rubberized tapered grip, it also features a multi-state button that, when used with a companion app, lets you execute DSLR-like half-press lock focus and exposure. The same button also lets you do what the existing volume rocker does when held down: capturing burst mode. The case is powered by its own coin cell battery and talks to your device via Bluetooth LE. Continue reading Moment Case Wants to Turn Your iPhone Into An Actual Digital Camera

Ember Night Photography Tool For iPhone

any serious photographer will tell you that built-flash is never enough for night photography and the same applies to iPhone. while it is true that the built-in dual LED flash might be enough, but it tends to be a little too harsh, resulting in overexposed images which are obviously not ideal. the Ember Night Photography Tool For iPhone is the accessory designed specifically to counter this flash light issue. it is a thicken up iPhone case that has an array of 56 LEDs around the back, offering 10x more brightness over iPhone’s flash and a built-in diffuser to help soften and spread the light for a more naturally lit image (as opposed to the literally in-your-face light). Continue reading Ember Night Photography Tool For iPhone

Moment Lenses for Smartphones

today’s smartphones’ imaging quality is on par with most point-and-shoot cameras, but if you are looking to take your creativity to the next level, then add-on lens is a must and for that, you can look to the Moment Lenses for Smartphones. so what makes Moment Lenses any different from the handful of offerings in the market? for starter, the folks behind these lenses are no new comers; they have been dabbling in design and making of cinematic lenses for a quarter of a century, and so they do know what they are doing and with that, it results in a set of lenses featuring multi-element designs with high efficiency broadband coatings, promised no distortion and minimum chromatic aberration, and a generously sized lens diameters for fully optimizing the quality from the center of the frame to the edge of the frame. in short, it just takes awesome images. Continue reading Moment Lenses for Smartphones