Originally starting as a Kickstarter project last summer, Olloclip is unveiling its Studio mobile photography system to the public at CES this week in Las Vegas.
Olloclip is well-known for its line of snap-on lenses for iOS devices. But Studio is designed to be a complete solution for users looking to improve their iPhone photography and video.
A complete system
The system is made up of two different parts – a rugged case designed and an integrated rail-mounting solution that works with any of the four included accessories.
Here’s the complete list of the included accessories:
Finger Grip – a versatile and ingenious two-finger grip. Great for increased stability while taking photos, filming video or broadcasting with apps like Snapchat or Periscope. It enables the photographer to quickly change from portrait to landscape orientation without even thinking about it.
1/4-20 Mounts (two included) – to attach a tripod, grip or handles. Includes mounts for both landscape and portrait orientation.
Cold-Shoe Adapters (two included) – to attach lightweight accessories, like a microphone or light, in a snap. The shoe was designed to offset the center of gravity of the accessory, so it’s directly in line with the iPhone’s centerline, thus creating a more balanced experience when attaching multiple accessories.
Kickstand – a new stand attachment for browsing the web, watching a movie or reading your favorite book or blog.
You can see the system in action in this promo video. Click here if you can’t see it.
Studio will retail for $89.99 and can be preoreder now directly from the company’s site. Orders are expected to ship starting in early February. It will be available for the iPhone 6s/6 and iPhone 6s/6 Plus in a black color scheme. Just to note, Studio is also compatible with all existing Olloclip lenses.
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