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  • GravGrip Relies On Gravity And Hydraulics To Stabilize Your Action Cam Shots Without Using Powe

If you can afford it, battery-powered gimbals will always make a better choice than mechanical stabilizers that rely on gravity to steady your shots. They’re just smaller, lighter, and more versatile, making them easier to use and, ultimately, more effective for achieving stabilized shots. At least, that’s typically the case. The GravGrip looks to change this narrative.

A stabilizer for action cams and smartphones, the device combines a small size with battery-free operation, so you can shoot stable footage on your compact cameras without having to regularly charge another device. Just like similar products, it does that with the help of gravity, using a counterweight to pan and tilt your camera to compensate for movements. Unlike them, though, it adds hydraulic fluid to the stabilization system’s pivot point, creating a movement that, the outfit claims, is much smoother than your standard gravity-based stabilizer.

The GravGrip is a device that can mount on monopods and selfie sticks, allowing you to add stabilization to your everyday shooting gear. There’s a mount with included adapters for attaching your smartphone or action cam (tighten the blue knob to lock it in place), which is connected to a pair of counterweights below it. Those counterweights can be positioned at various heights, by the way (the heavier the camera, the lower it should be), so you can find the perfect counterbalance, regardless of how much your smartphone or action cam weighs.

Additionally, moving the counterweight higher slows down the gimbal response and moving it lower speeds things up, so you can play around with the position to find the ideal set up for your shoots. The counterweights, by the way, can also be tilted, which is useful for cameras whose center of gravity isn’t right down the middle (e.g. GoPros).

The GravGrip, of course, sets itself apart from traditional stabilizers by using hydraulic fluid in the pivot point for the camera mount, which makes the system’s movement a whole lot smoother. According to the outfit, this addition was inspired by the glove boxes inside cars, which use a similar hydraulic system to make the door slowly open. In case you’re not feeling the more deliberate pace created by the hydraulic system, it can be disengaged by simply removing the quick release lid. According to the outfit, this could very well be the case for some action cams, which work well enough with just speed control and balance correction applied.

Construction is glass-filled for most of the exterior components of the stabilizer, with all metal parts cut in stainless steel, so this should hold up to whatever challenges your daily smartphone and action cam filming can send its way. And because it uses no electronic parts, it’s completely waterproof. In case you don’t have a selfie stick or monopod that you particularly enjoy using, the outfit also sells an extendable aluminum pole that can go from 13 to 33 inches long, which is fully compatible with the stabilizer.

A Kickstarter campaign is currently running for GravGrip. You can reserve a unit for pledges starting at $35.




Loupedeck CT Shrinks The Image Editing Peripheral To Better Fit On Your Desk

If you work with Adobe Lightroom and similar image editing tools, chances are, you’ve come across Loupedeck and one of their control boards. With sliders, knobs, and specialized buttons, they can make working with graphic editing software a whole lot easier. The Loupedeck CT (short for Creative Tool) shrinks the outfit’s control board into a more compact size, all while integrating touch controls for even more versatile function.

Boasting native integration with Adobe Lightroom Classic, Loupedeck bills it as the “ultimate solution for editing your photos,” coming with a set of predefined workspaces that take into account every step of the editing process. Suffice to say, this is tailored to make editing images with the tool as plug-and-play as possible, all while offering a whole host of options that allow you to organize and customize the setup exactly to your liking.

The Loupedeck CT takes a departure from the keyboard-sized form factor of its predecessors by coming in at just 5.9 x 6.3 x 1.8 inches. That means, it takes up the same amount of space as a trackpad or a number pad, rather than a full-size keyboard, making it easier to integrate into any workspace. That same size makes it reasonably portable, too, as it’s easier to find room for in backpacks and laptop bags, allowing you to get the tactile benefit of dials and other physical controls even on the road. Lastly, the smaller size allows you to access all controls using just one hand – so you can keep one hand on the board while using a mouse with the other.

A touchscreen on top gives you access to multiple virtual buttons, whose labels and functions change, depending on the mode, workspace, or custom setting you’re currently using. That means, it will offer a different function set when you’re splicing images together compared to when you’re retouching photos, ensuring you have whatever tools you need within easy reach, depending on the task at hand. While they ditched the sliders from previous iterations of the control board, it retains the dials (three on each side of the screen), allowing you to still edit various items in precise increments, so you get unrestricted control when you need it. The dials, by the way, can also serve as buttons, with labels for each dial displayed on the screen, so they can also change function as needed.

The Loupedeck CT also has a large dial at the lower section, with an integrated touchscreen that shows what setting it’s currently being used to control. The design means you can keep your one hand on the dial, while simultaneously turning it and choosing new items on the touchscreen, making it an incredibly versatile control that is, pretty much, the star of the show. Lastly, that large dial is surrounded by numerous buttons for frequently used functions, most of which can also be customized.

Aside from working with Adobe Lightroom C, the device is also compatible with various Adobe products (Illustrator, Photoshop, Audition, Premiere Pro), Capture One Pro, Final Cut Pro X, StreamLabs, and even Ableton Live, so you can even use it to make music at night after a long day of editing photos. Construction is premium aluminum, with machine-quality ball bearings for the dials, so this thing should hold up to the most demanding workstations.

The Loupedeck CT is available now.



• Chasing M2 ROV Underwater Drone Boasts 360-Degree Maneuverability, 4K Video Recording, And More

While quadcopter drones have long gone mainstream, the same cannot be said about their underwater counterparts. Suffice to say, there are way fewer folks looking to film underwater compared to those who want to capture the world from the skies. Those who want to do it, though, have some interesting options. Case in point, the Chasing M2 ROV.

No, it’s not a hobby-grade underwater drone for goofing around on the beach with your friends. Instead, the underwater ROV (remotely-operated vehicle) is geared towards professional users and industrial applications, albeit in a build and a price point that actually makes it quite viable for enthusiasts looking for affordable ways to explore the secrets that lie beneath the ocean’s surface.

The Chasing M2 ROV uses eight individual thrusters mounted at different angles each, allowing the device to move in, practically, any direction for full 360-degree maneuverability.  From moving forwards and backwards to rising and diving to rolling, tilting, and turning to any direction, this thing allows you to switch directions on the fly, with no need to execute complex maneuvers to get it where you want to go. Suffice to say, if you see something interesting in the real-time feed as the drone glides underwater, you can immediately send it towards its direction.

Those thrusters are designed with the outfit’s “anti-stuck technology,” which, they claim, greatly reduces the likelihood of sucking in sand, seaweeds, and other debris (a common problem with underwater drones), so you can explore the waters without having to deal with such annoyances on a regular basis. Because of this, the drone should be able to handle any kind of complex underwater environment, whether it be a thriving coral reef ecosystem, a sunken pirate ship from the 18th century, or an erstwhile quiet lake supposed to be home to one prehistoric monster.

The Chasing M2 ROV has a Sony CMOS sensor that allows it to shoot 12 megapixel photos and 4K video at 30 fps with a 152-degree field of view. Two sets of 2000-lumen LED lights provide the needed illumination for the frame, ensuring you can capture underwater scenes clearly, with full color and detail. It can stream the footage directly to a smartphone or tablet mounted on the included remote (similar to an aerial drone), as well as save it on a removable SD card (up to 512GB) docked inside the drone.

The drone can hover at any depth within its range at the push of a button, allowing you to focus on a subject you want to observe for extended periods. Features include a maximum speed of 3 knots, up to four hours of runtime (though it can go down to as short as two hours if it’s constantly moving), swappable battery modules (you can change batteries and drop it right back in the water), maximum diving depth of 328 feet, up to 650 feet of winding tether, and a range of optional attachments up to 3.3 pounds, including robot claws, laser scalers, and mounts for separate cameras.

The Chasing M2 ROV is available now, priced at $2,699.


• Heckler iPad Desk Stand Turns Your Tablet Into A Mini-iMac

Different people use iPads differently. Some use it as a gaming device. Others use it primarily as a TV for watching YouTube, Netflix, and a whole assortment of streaming content. There are even those who use it as a second display at work. With the recent trackpad support debuted in the iPad Pro, the darn thing can even be used as a primary work computer when combined with accessories like the Brydge Pro+. If you prefer working on your iPad while it sits at eye level on your work desk, you can dock it in the Heckler iPad Desk Stand.

Instead of using your iPad like a laptop, this accessory lets you use it like a proper all-in-one desktop, navigating through the interface and putting words onscreen with a Bluetooth trackpad-and-keyboard combo. No need to tap, swipe, and perform onscreen gestures, this thing lets you answer emails, review reports, and even write code like it’s just a monitor hooked up to a regular computer. Well, as close to the experience as you can get from a tablet, anyway.

The Heckler iPad Desk Stand actually looks like a regular monitor stand – the kind that comes packaged with the displays, propping up the screen to a height that puts it at the user’s eye level. Except, instead of mounting a monitor that you will hook up to a PC, it has a dock sized to hold any modern iPad, so you can view the display comfortably while you’re plopped down in your office chair at work. While designed for work, we imagine folks wouldn’t mind having this at home, too, as it seems like a nice way to orient an iPad if you want to use it to watch movies in bedrooms, kitchens, and other areas of the house.

While designed to help make the iPad a viable work machine all on its own, the stand can be used to treat the iPad like a second monitor on your desk. Whether you want to browse documents on the tablet while you type on your laptop, organize your inbox on the tablet while debugging code on the PC, or just have a dedicated screen for all your video conferences, this thing lets you easily integrate the iPad into your workspace much like a second display. And yes, the stand supports both landscape and portrait orientation, so you can prop it up vertically to use exclusively for your Zoom meetings.

The Heckler iPad Desk Stand measures 10.9 inches tall, so it elevates the display a comfortable distance above the desk surface, with a wide, flat base that should keep it steady even when the desk gets moved. Sadly, the stand allows for no adjustments, so you won’t be able to change the height or tilt angle like you normally would with a regular monitor. It’s constructed from powder-coated steel, so it’s durable enough to withstand the wildest workplaces (heck, you can have shootouts in the office floor and the stand will survive), complete with a substantial weight of 3.2 pounds.

Want one? The Heckler iPad Desk Stand is available now, priced at $69.


Roadie 3 Can Automatically Tune Guitars, Ukuleles, And More To Any Tuning You Want

We’re big fans of the Roadie, a handheld device that automated guitar tuning. While many seasoned guitar players probably won’t need it, it was something both novices and intermediate players could definitely use. Over the years, they’ve continued to refine the product, making it faster, more compact, and even more versatile. The Roadie 3 is the newest iteration of that guitar accessory, bringing with it a suite of functions that might make even veteran musicians take notice.

Like its predecessor, the device automatically tuned your guitar one string at a time. You simply choose the tuning you want, put the spinning section on a peg, pluck a string, and let it go to work. This time, though, it does the tuning in just a fraction of the time, all while being able to work its magic beyond your standard six-string axe.

We’re big fans of the Roadie, a handheld device that automated guitar tuning. While many seasoned guitar players probably won’t need it, it was something both novices and intermediate players could definitely use. Over the years, they’ve continued to refine the product, making it faster, more compact, and even more versatile. The Roadie 3 is the newest iteration of that guitar accessory, bringing with it a suite of functions that might make even veteran musicians take notice.

Like its predecessor, the device automatically tuned your guitar one string at a time. You simply choose the tuning you want, put the spinning section on a peg, pluck a string, and let it go to work. This time, though, it does the tuning in just a fraction of the time, all while being able to work its magic beyond your standard six-string axe.

The Roadie 3 won’t just tune different string instruments, it can also switch a guitar to alternate and tempered tunings, depending on what you need. You can even tell the device when you’re tuning with a capo on. That means, you can switch to a different guitar sound quickly between songs on a set, saving you from the hassle of pausing a set to retune your guitar or keep multiple guitars on hand. A small RGB LED screen (135 x 240 resolution) and a control wheel right on the body allows you to choose instruments, tuning, and other functions easily.

Got a specific tuning you want that’s not available in the menu? Not a problem, as they have a full tuning library available from the companion app. Simply choose any tuning you want to download on the app and sync it to the device (it has built-in Bluetooth). Just in case all that’s not enough, it can even function as a vibrating metronome to keep you in rhythm.

A Kickstarter campaign is currently running for the Roadie 3. You can reserve a unit for pledges starting at $99.


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