Turn your iPad or tablet into a video rig with iOgrapher Pro

Some of the most common trends in photography include Phoneography. With built-in HD cameras and large LCD displays, the tablets have begun to rival professional cameras in terms of quality and software. But shooting videos with them is a bit cumbersome, and that could be changed thanks to the specially designed iOgrapher Pro film accessory.

The iOgrapher Pro rig has been created to allow photographers to easily attach third-party tablets, leaving free access to the camera and display. There are also four slider clamps that enable you to attach lights, lenses, microphones, and tripods to your tablet, allowing you to push your creativity to its limits.

You can LOAD It with range of accessories with the help of screw mounts.
You can LOAD It with range of accessories with the help of screw mounts.

It’s sturdy, durable, flexible in all ways. The handles on both sides of the iOgrapher Pro give users smooth and safe shooting, with the ability to rotate and tilt the tablet to different sides. These movements are more difficult to carry out while holding the tablet in your hands and are therefore not smooth.

Constructed with polycarbonate ABS plastic, the iOgrapher PRO is built to last and weighs 737 grams. No matter the brand of the large tablet – the iOgrapher PRO rig will fit!

So, push your creativity to its limits with the iOgrapher Pro, which is now raising funds on its Indiegogo campaign page, where it is available from just $49 or £38. The worldwide shipping is expected to take place in a few months time during August 2020.

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