With the stage of stabilization now featured in most smartphones, you may probably presumably maybe maybe presumably already be happy a formidable vlogging instrument in your pocket. Nonetheless, only a few add-ons can steal your software to the next stage, and this rig may probably presumably maybe maybe be the ultimate iPhone vlogging setup.
Gene Nagata (a.okay.a Potato Jet) has kitted himself out with what he reckons may probably presumably maybe maybe be the perfect vlogging add-ons for his iPhone, profiting from the front- and rear-going by gadget of cameras by including front- and rear-going by gadget of audio and lighting, together with the instrument main to carry all of it collectively. By his be happy admission, a few of it is slightly extreme, however clearly, Nagata has had some enjoyable enjoying with the percentages.
For me, vlogging wishes to be helpful, particularly for applications that location you up for filming whereas on the dawdle. If I am able to’t pull a digicam from the underside of a procure and swap it on inside 20 seconds, I’m a good distance much less inclined to launch taking footage. One factor deal with a GoPro HERO 8 or 9, or, much more reasonably priced, a DJI Osmo Action, is a a good distance further rugged choice, and also you may probably presumably maybe rig up a tiny mic to reinforce vastly the advantageous of audio.
Would you vlog with this setup? Permit us to know throughout the feedback beneath.
Andy Day is a British photographer and creator dwelling in France. He began photographing parkour in 2003 and has been doing unusual points throughout the metropolis and in different areas ever since. He is hooked on mountaineering and owns a reasonably ineffective canine. He has an MA in Sociology & Photographs which most often makes him ponder what all of this principally system.