I love photography, I take a lot of pics with my Nikon D3100 and with my Nexus 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Galaxy Note 4. We’re all about taking pictures but sometimes those pictures just don’t come out the best they could have. Often times this is due to your shaky hand and even with optical image stabilization in many smartphones, it can still ruin a good picture. A good way to get great smartphone pics is to keep it steady and stable with little to no shaking. But that can be hard for some people. You could get a tripod and a special clamp for your smartphone but then you have a fairly bulky tripod to deal with. Now MonoShot is looking to fix those issues for smartphone camera users with their latest Kickstarter.
MonoShot really solves a lot of issues with smartphone photography and is a nice little product specific solution. The fact that it folds down to such a small, compact and lightweight size is a huge plus. Now you can throw this in your backpack easily and be ready to shoot photos and video in seconds. I could have used this at CES last year when I was trying to get footage of the events but there were too many heads in front of me.
Pricing isn’t bad either, starting at $45 for one MonoShot and going up to $99 for extra goodies included. Be sure to hit the link below to check out the Kickstarter if you’re interested.Source: MonoShot Kickstarter