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No more shaky video
Two new stabilizers are in this week’s roundup—one for GoPro cameras, another for your iPhone. Read on!
The Karma Grip ($300 MSRP; same price on Amazon) is a handheld and wearable stabilizer for the HERO5 and HERO4 cameras “that makes it easy to capture incredibly smooth, professional-quality video during a wide range of activities.” Users can use the grip’s controls to turn the camera on and off, start and stop recording, and to “tag” key moments.
Smove ($249 MSRP; on sale for $139) is pitched as “the only smartphone stabilizer that doubles as a charger” for your iPhone of any size. It’s also just a pretty nifty stabilizer, with features that enable automated 360-degree panorama shots and automatic “face follow” video recording, among other details. It’s also pocket-sized, making it easy to take wherever you go.
If you have an array of iOS devices—and who doesn’t?—the AllDock series of charging docks (starting at $99 MSRP; same price on Amazon) might be helpful, with slots to charge your iPhone and iPad. You can even add a stand for your Apple Watch. It comes in a variety of colors and materials.
The Bobine Blackout ($39.95 MSRP; same price on Amazon) creates a second screen for your computer by letting you mount your iOS device to your Mac screen; it includes a USB mount, auto mount, and 3-foot extender cable “for the perfect mount anywhere you need it.” It also works as a car mount for your iPhone.
The New Era Cable ($9 on Amazon) provides 90 centimeters—nearly three feet—of charging and syncing goodness, only to zip back up into a small case when you’re done. It comes in gold, rose gold, silver and black.
The Uiee ($30 MSRP; same price on Amazon) is another wall charger-backup battery combo—the prongs fold in so you can carry the device with you, and it comes with a bit of flair: You can order the Uiee in pink, blue, or red.
The Black Ops ($199.95 MSRP) iPhone case is billed as “the ULTIMATE in COVERT PROTECTION”—which, honestly, we don’t know what that means: You can still see the phone! Macho strutting aside, this case is tough—the makers say it means “military specification drop test requirements.”
Fazzino Mobile Cases
If you want to show off your creative side, Fazzino art cases ($30 MSRP) offer colorful, New York-centric drawings to let you carry around a little piece of the city in your pocket. There are currently five different cases to choose from, all with arty NYC themes.
The Loop iPad Pro Sleeve ($125 MSRP) is a snug case for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, featuring a leather Apple Pencil loop, a felted wool flap, and leather detailing. It’s made of vegetarian-tanned leather and thick felted wool, and is made in Italy.
HDE’s iPad mini case ($15 MSRP; same price on Amazon) is built for kids—it features a shockproof handle stand cover made of non-toxic EVA foam and sports a 180-degree rotatable grip that allows the case to stand upright on its own for tabletop viewing. It comes in 10 different colors and color combinations.