If you’ve ever wished that your smartphone could do more for you as a photographer, you’re in luck as pocketDEMO has announced the Flash Dock. Basically what it does, if you haven’t already surmised from the photo above, is that it allows users to hook their iPhone up to a DSLR camera via the hotshoe which is normally reserved for attaching external flash units (among other accessories). What this does is that it will give photographers an added range of features for their cameras, allowing them to geotag their photographs, act as a light meter, a depth of field calculator, a level to ensure that their cameras are held perfectly horizontal, and even double up as an additional microphone for videographers or photographers who wish to take audio notes during the shoot. If the Flash Dock sounds like a great accessory for your DSLR camera, head on over to pocketDEMO’s website where you will be able to pick one up for yourself at a price of $39.95.
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