Olloclip's Studio is a protective iPhone case that will perfect your photos

Olloclip’s Studio is a protective iPhone case that will perfect your photos


Olloclip is cementing its reputation as a leading iPhone accessory maker.
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Cult of Mac CES 2016 full coverageOlloclip has long been one of the best accessory-makers for the iPhone. At CES, the company introduced its latest innovation — a brand new protective case for the iPhone, which features a patent-pending integrated rail-mounting system and a series of mountable photography accessories.

Called Studio, the new range features a versatile Finger Grip for increasingly stability while taking photos or filming videos; 1/4-20 Mounts for attaching a tripod, grip or handles; adapters for attaching lightweight accessories, such as a microphone or light; and a new Kickstand attachment.

“When designing the Studio system, we realized the user experience and application needed to be as simple and efficient as our lenses. The end result is the most intuitive and effortless way to grip an iPhone while filming and shooting photos, enabling users to be more immersed in the capture process than ever before,” said Patrick O’Neill, Olloclip’s founder and chief design officer.

“The new set of accessories and mounts are not only great for taking photos and shooting video, but also for new broadcasting applications like Twitter’s Periscope and social media favorites like Instagram, Facebook and Snapchat.”

Given that the arrival of live streaming apps like Periscope have made filming on the iPhone bigger than ever, Olloclip’s new accessories come at the perfect time. The $89.99 Olloclip Studio will be available for sale on the company’s website this month, and for sale in key retailers shortly after that.


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