The Phocus iPhone 4 and 4S Rig and Lenses not only give you better optics and more stability, it also equips you with 1/4-20″ holes and a hotshoe mount to outfit additional audio and lighting. For video bloggers who are covering events solo and want to keep their audio and visuals looking as best as possible without being tied down by heavy equipment, a solution like this can help to create an more efficient workflow.
The vision from day one has been to replace your point and shoot with a new point, shoot, and share. Phocus keeps all the good qualities of using a smart phone as a camera while keeping the size small enough that it will still fit into the front pocket of men’s jeans or into a small clutch bag. I found that the Phocus did in fact help to steady my shots up a bit but not by very much when going totally handheld. The glass lenses were really great though and the mounting options were extremely useful when I wanted to mount a small LED light. Would you guys buy this?audio, Audio Technica ATR-3350, camera rig, improvement, interchangeable lens, iPhone hotshoe adaptor, iPhone lens, iPhone lens kit, iPhone rig, iPhone tripod adaptor, iPhone tripod mount, iPhone video, LED light, LED z96, lighting, microphone, Phocus, review, sound, Tascam iXZ audio interface, video, video blogger solution
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