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Product Specifications
Buttons
Exposure, Rocker Zoom Switch, Shutter, Smart Wheel
Controls
ISO, Exposure, Focus, White Balance, Flash, Zoom
Image Formats
RAW, TIFF
Compatibility
All Smartphones
Finish
Satin Brass
Includes
Travel Pouch
Features
Non-slip Grip, Buttons, Neck/Wrist Straps, Tripod Attachment

Pictar Pro Smartphone DSLR Grip

Turn your smartphone into a DSLR with the Pictar Pro Smartphone DSLR Grip. Offering a premium feel, this smartphone device makes your smartphone feel like a real DSLR camera. Pictar Pro gives you enhanced control and advanced features to fine-tune your images to perfection. With a non-slip shark skin grip, it also works with a tripod and even has a foldable silicon viewfinder. The exterior is complete with familiar buttons and controls such as the shutter, zoom, and even exposure. Compatible with almost all smartphones, Pictar Pro lets you adjust shutter speed, ISO, focus, white balance, and more. With nine advanced shooting modes and flash options, you can also utilize the digital zoom for the ideal composition. Plus, your images are available in RAW/TIFF format for professional-level post-production editing. It’s perfect for photographers on the go or those who simply want to take better photos from their smartphones.

Pictar Pro Smartphone DSLR Grip
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Discovered on Oct 3, 2018, 4:00 pm EDT
Discovered by Genevieve Healey
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