OlloClip Mobile Photography Box Set
Designed for Apple’s iPhone X, the Box Set delivers three lenses: a 180-degree fisheye; a super-wide-angle lens with a 120-degree field of view; and a 15x Macro lens. The lenses can work on both front- and rear-facing cameras, and the mount can be placed on your phone even with a screen protector in place. The included Pendant Stand can be opened to create a tiny tripod. The kit also includes lens caps and a microfiber cloth. The lens mount works with any of the company’s Connect X series of interchangeable phone lenses, but not the older Connect lenses.
Slip the Pictar Pro onto your iPhone or Android to gain tactile controls over your camera settings, plus you will have a viewfinder and wireless recharging for your phone via the Pro’s internal battery. The Pro has four external control wheels and buttons for adjusting camera settings through the Pictar app. Using the app, you’ll gain control over your phone camera’s exposure compensation, digital zoom, shutter speed and ISO. The updated app also supports RAW file recording. There’s a viewfinder that attaches to your display to help you compose images in sunny conditions. When attached, the Pictar app will automatically adjust the on-screen display to shrink it to fit into the viewfinder’s dimensions. The grip has been updated from the original version with a more tactile “shark skin” material and the satin-finished brass body is more durable.
Roland GO: MIXER Pro
With the GO:MIXER attached to your Lightning or USB port, you can turn your smartphone into an audio mixer with a nine channel input. You can connect musical instruments, mics (including XLR mics) , monitors and more and output a two-channel stereo audio file directly to your phone. It can operate via battery and last about 4.5 hours on four AAA batteries. It can also draw power from a USB cable.
Unlike the Insta360 One, the PanoClip isn’t a 360-camera add-on, but a lens capable of creating spherical images using your smartphone’s camera. You can snap spherical stills and, using the free app, turn them into rotating images that show off every angle of the frame. The app is integrated with Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat so you can share your spherical creations with the world. And of course, there are stickers and filters to add to your photos as well.
Gnarbox 2.0 SSD
The second generation of this powerful portable storage drive uses SSD memory (from 256GB-1TB) and packs an Intel Quad Core processor and four-core Intel Graphics card so you can not only store files on the drive, but edit them from your smartphone as well. Connect your mobile device to the Gnarbox via Wi-Fi and you can preview RAW files stored on the drive, make selects, preview and render high-res video, including ProRes format video, and much more. The drive features an SD card slot plus two USB-C ports and a single Micro HDMI port with one-touch backup capability.