Miggo Pictar One/One Plus MKII Phone Camera Grip
Miggo Pictar One/One Plus MKII Phone Camera Grip
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Take full control of your smartphone camera with the Miggo Pictar One MKII camera grip. Compatible with iPhone and Android devices, the grip features five analog controls: a shutter button, a zoom ring, an exposure compensation wheel, a smart wheel, and a selfie button Read More

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BF_Hammer
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Aug 7, 2018
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So by the time I have to fish this out of a bag and attach to a phone and start the camera app, I could have a mirrorless camera body out, turned on, and taking pictures. A person would have to be very dedicated to phone photography to want this.
Aug 7, 2018
Willfeltner
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Aug 9, 2018
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How much would one spend on a mirrorless camera body and or lens as this size, and removable from the main device?
Aug 9, 2018
BF_Hammer
637
Aug 10, 2018
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You hit on the main point: removable from the device. Now you have a separate device to lug around that is at least 2/3 the size of a dedicated Micro-Four-Thirds camera body that will outperform an iPhone anyhow. And it cannot be deployed quickly. Price typically is not a prime concern for typical Apple consumers, so basically irrelevant.
Now it is an honest attempt to address my big complaint about taking cellphone pictures, which is the ergonomics of holding a flat phone for a photo (or video) is terrible. But the biggest cost is convenience. If you don't lug it with you, it cannot be used. And convenience it the entire selling point of using cellphone cameras.
Aug 10, 2018