Look Lock Smartphone Camera Attachment by Tether Tools

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Long gone are the days of putting on a performance just to get your child to smile during family photo time thanks to the Look Lock Smartphone Attachment for Camera.

Built by the design team at Tether Tools, this simple device is essentially a lightweight aluminum constructed arm that attaches to the hot-shoe of your camera allowing a smartphone to display any images or video you desire. Thanks to the spring loaded SmartClip smartphone mount, you can use a wide variety of phones. There is both an 11 inch and 7 inch version available, both of which can be purchased now directly through their online store.

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