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SmallRig Dual Handgrip Mount for iPad

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This item is still in the design stage. We are brainstorming with our valued customers - that is you! Please share with us if you have any ideas or suggestions. If your idea is adopted as a core concept, you will be a CO-DESIGNER of this brand-new product and get one FOR FREE once it is officially released. Product details, subordinate functions, materials are subject to change without notice.

SmallRig Dual Handgrip Mount for iPad 2929 is designed to make it easier to mount an iPad and use it as a field monitor. It’s compatible with the 7.9”iPad to 12.9”iPad with or without a protective case. Built-in rubber pads will prevent scratches on the iPad. It’s equipped with two removable handgrips for two-handed use. You can adjust the position of the handgrip to change the center of gravity according to the size of the iPad to have a more comfortable grip feeling when needing to hold it for a long time. The handle can also rotate to help support the iPad stand on the desktop when not held by your hands. The holder can attach a neck strap, and the handgrip can attach a hand strap. It comes with an Arca-style base with a 1/4 threaded hole to mount/dismount a tripod quickly. It features multiple 1/4 threaded holes and an Arri locating hole on the back to mount accessories like a magic arm or a power bank holder, etc. Two cold shoe mounts on the top can be used to mount a microphone and a LED light when shooting with an iPad. 

Designer: Abby Huang 

Compatibility: 
Compatible with 7.9”iPad to 12.9”iPad 

Package Includes: 
1 x iPad mount
2 x Handgrip

Product Dimensions: 410.6 x 152.5 x 37.1mm
Product Weight: 500g 
Material(s): Aluminium, ABS

 

Reviews

  • 4
    Good concept

    Posted by Stuart Mannion on 18th Sep 2020

    Exactly what I'm looking for. The handles might be more complicated than needed and the arms that hold the handles need to be strong enough to swing the whole thing around on one. Having the handles rotate is a great idea.