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iStabilizer Bluetooth Monopod

I decided to buy another piece of equipment for my vlogs. I purchased the iStabilizer Bluetooth Monopod from iOgrapher.com. This selfie stick will be used to shoot better  advertisement video for our two businesses and in making training videos. I had an opera unity to use this at some locksmith training in Minn. MN over the weekend. I attached my Rode SmartLav+ microphone but found out the Lav mic does not do well in a crowded room. I have since ordered the iRig Mic HD 2 from IKMultimedia. This handheld mic, I think will work better in a crowded room. When producing training videos and advertising videos, always, always, always have great audio. I have several other mic’s from Rode and IKMultimedia. This iStabilizer has the controls right on the handle of the Monopod. The Shutter Button, the iOS/Android indicator light, the Bluetooth Pairing Button, and the charging on/off indicator light button. This Monopod collapses to 12 inches and extends to 37 inches. This monopod works for iOS 5.0 and above and Samsung Android Smart Phones 2.3.6 and above. Charging time is 1 hour and has a standby time of 100+ hours. It has the capabilities of 500+ multiple shots. This comes with a smart Mount for you iPhone and Android phone. This Mount opens up to 3 1/2 inches. If your phone is wider than this, you will need the  extra large smart Mount. The thing I like about this is more steady videos and pictures. The bottom of the handle is where the charging port is located along with a quarter twenty screw hold so your Monopod can be mounted on a stand. I have also produced a short video on Face Book if you would like to see it @cvlockandkeyllc

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