BeastGrip Pro

Aug 3, 2016

Category: Gear

In the world of action sports, the smartphone too often lags behind. Either we’re too worried about damaging our lifelines to the outside world, or the technology behind the lens doesn’t suit our intentions. Well, that’s all about to change thanks to the BeastGrip, available in both wide angle and fisheye lenses.

The BeastGrip is a universal and adjustable housing that fits just about any camera phone available on the market today, working with or without a protective case. Its modular design also facilitates the attachment of a removable lens, tripod, microphone, a flash or LED depending on the type of footage, and an ergonomic handle for steady shots and enhanced camera quality. Specifically, there’s a standard 37mm threaded lens mount and five standard 1/4” 20-threaded mounts for supplementary accessories. Never again will you miss the shot due to faulty equipment or shaky camera footage. The Blair Witch days are over. Time step up your photography skills. The BeastGrip can help. Available now for $196. [Purchase]

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