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Flash Dock Apple iPhone DSLR Connector by Pocket Demo

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Apr 23, 2012

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Apple’s iPhone has evolved into quite possibly one of the most incredible technology devices ever created. Although it was originally conceived as a phone, the iPhone has evolved into so much more. Featured here is one of the many examples of the phone pushing its boundaries in the Pocket Demo.

Created by Pocket Demo,the Flash Dock allows users to connect their iPhone to their DSLR camera of choice. The sleek connector only joins the devices on a physical level, but the potential for useful apps is truly limitless, and the Flash Dock operates off the principle of easy access to your smartphone applications while operating your DSLR. The app potentials include an abundance of options like picture sharing via social networks, geotagging photos, vibration monitoring, sound recording, and so much more.

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