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Live-stream on Instagram and Twitch with this professional video gear [Deals]


Livestream like a pro with a mounting clip, mic, remote shutter and all the tools you need to record great-looking video on your smartphone.
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There’s never been a better time to start producing video content. However, even for YouTubers and other DIY types, the standards of quality are high. Getting the right video gear can make the difference between gaining an audience or just streaming into the void.

These discounted high-end hardware bundles offer all the tools you need for creating professional-grade video content straight from your smartphone.

These bundles from iRig are perfect for streaming or recording video for YouTube, Instagram, Facebook or any other platform. There are two options: the Creator Tool Bundle and the Creator HD Tool Bundle.

At the center of both is the iKlip Grip Pro, a multitool that works as a desktop tripod, handgrip, full-size tripod and monopod all in one. Additionally, the bundles pack a quarter-inch UNC mount for accessories, a lavalier mic for lapel recordings, and a 6-inch LED ring light with adjustable color and brightness for dialing in the perfect looks. Other tools include a remote Bluetooth shutter, windshield, lanyard and other handy hardware.

The Creator HD Tool Bundle ups the ante with a powerful iRig Mic HD 2 digital microphone so you can get radio-ready sound quality, and a 10-inch LED ring light for wider range of color and brightness options.

Buy now: Get an iRig Video Creator Tool Bundle for $89.99. Or get the iRig Video Creator HD Tool Bundle for $169.99. That’s 10% off and 15% off the usual prices, respectively.

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