From DIFF comes a brand new shooting-ready iPhone case, the PhoGo Case, that features a sun hood, a universal tripod mount, a lens adaptor and an ergonomic design. And most importantly, it adds little to no bulk to your phone. And when you’re not using the sun shade, it turns into a iPhone and iPad stand. Available March 7th.
Tired of lugging around a film crew to shoot you wherever you go? Try SOLOSHOT. Throw it on any camera with a tripod mount and the SOLOSHOT tracks your movements through a wireless transmitter attached to an armband. It can track you up to 2,000 feet away while speeding along at speeds up to 140 mph.
We’re filmmakers, so we naturally love having all the right tools on set. The Fish Bone Knotless Gear Tie is another one to add to the collection. Allowing you to lock things down without tying a knot in paracord, the Fish Bone has a limitless amount of uses. And since it doesn’t use knots, whatever you rig can be easily undone.
Back in December 2012, Edelkrone unveiled their SliderPlus, a compact slider system. Now, they’re making it bigger with the SliderPlus XL. A foot longer than the original, the SliderPlus XL slides up to 3 feet with only half the amount of rail space. See this amazing product in action right here.
It’s the Stealth Bomber of GoPro aircraft. The Lehmann LA100 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle can fly as high as 300 feet for up to 5 minutes. Designed specifically with the GoPro in mind, the aerial craft soars through the air on its own and then returns to your side, footage intact.
If GoPros seem to expensive, you might want to look out for the G90 Action Sports Camera Case when it hits stores. The G90 turns your smartphone into a rugged sports camera by the means of tough case. Additionally, the case turns your camera’s lens 90 degrees, allowing your phone to keep a lower profile. The G90 will be available for Samsung S4, iPhone 5, iPod Touch Gen. 5, and more this June.
Will 2013 be the year of the remote helicopter? The Aircam Super-8 is a multi-motor, mechanically stabilized drone that can lift nearly 9 pounds, which is about the weight of a Red Epic. The Aircam can fly for 10 minutes on a single charge and actually produces footage that quite stable even without post stabilization. See some footage from the rig right here.
How long will it be before the average family can afford a 4K television? Probably not soon. The Samsung S9 is a 4K, 85-inch TV that will cost you about as much as a new car. It features an easel-like design that makes the TV appear to float in place. Bottom line: Get your wallets ready for when this TV releases late this year.